The Antonio Berardi SS16 catwalk at Natural History Museum oozed colour, embroidery, prints, luxe textures and a number of strong tailoring pieces. It’s the dream wardrobe of a modern, edgy girl during a busy party season. 

The front rows were taken by some pretty well dressed/known ladies including Daisy Lowe, Yasmin and Amber Le Bon.

I particularly was drawn by all the fringe details, flowy hang-below-the-shoulders kimonos, and those oversized, structured, satin blazers.

It was predicted to rain for the whole day(typical LFW weather), so I squeezed in a quick snapping session just before heading to the catwalk, taking advantage of some precious morning sun. Properly layered against the rain and the cold, I wore my cropped powder blue jacket from Temperley over a knitted midi dress layered on top of a basic white turtleneck.

Cropped Jacket:
(or if it’s the powder blue that’s spoken to you)

Knitted Dress:

Turtleneck Top: