As you know the venue for LFW has moved from the beautiful Somerset House to a brand new home – Brewer street carpark in Soho. How was it like? Let me take you on a little tour then:)

The last day of LFW I was with the American Express program that would sign you up /put you to the front of the line /get you access to exclusive VIP events, if you are a card member signed up on the American Invites program

I wore my beautiful hand-made Kimono jacket from the brand Kimonoé which belonged to an extremely talented friend Tomo, who came from Kyoto and grew up from a family background of western fashion and tailoring. All her pieces were of true style and quality, I visited her first collection half a year ago and fell right in love with this tartan number! (see the story of when I visited her collection here)

// Tartan Wool Kimono Jacket (unique) from Kimonoé //

Street style talents.

The Christopher Raeburn Catwalk show at the main carpark space.

Inside of the showroom space of Brewer Street carpark. 

Adoring the new jewellery collections of Eshvi(above), Leivankash (below) and V Jewellery (bottom).

Sleek cool vibes from young London brand Rein.
And speaking of “rain”, it does a lot at this time round in London. Which means coordinating your umbrella with your outfit is crucially important if you want to prove yourself a true passion for fashion. 

Escaping from all the chaos and traffic and scaffoldings of Soho, we decided to take a little walk with fresh air along the South Bank. With the Design Festival happening at the same time as LFW, there’s always plenty to see around London, just let your inner designer come out and shine.  🙂