Set in the heart of Chelsea, where fashionistas and bloggers alike could go last weekend to amerce themselves in designer labels at a discounted price, catwalk shows exhibiting London’s best, and attend talks with the designers themselves.
LFWeekend – open to all, truly captured the best of fashion week.
I attended Saturdays show, which included one of my personal favourites House of Holland. Walking up to the glorious Saatchi gallery was a thing of beauty, perfect weather and chic outfits on show.
London’s biggest pop-up event didn’t disappoint. Two floors filled with beautiful garments at a fraction of the price. I couldn’t resist purchasing this Helene Burman London grey waste coat – this item came in a variety of colours and sold out within the first thirty minutes of the doors opening – clearly a favourite! I also picked up this classic Vivienne Westwood scarf priced at just £35 – better than half price.
I would definitely advise fashion lovers to attend this event next year – just for the discounts alone! Later I attended my first show of the day, House of Holland. I adored his take on classic British clothing, my favourites being the big bold and beautiful faux fur coats and accessories…which are a MASSIVE AW15 trend right now.
The next show was featured around the latest trends from animal print, to my favourite – punk, I mean who doesn’t like a bit of leather? Check out my runway videos below.
I’d like to thank Endource for the tickets, and also thank LFWeekend for the beautiful gift tote designed by Mary Katrantzou.
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