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So this is the outfit I wore for the Monday of London Fashion Week. 


Leggings: Oasis
Boots: ASOS
Jacket: Solitaire
Shirt: H&M
Pendant Necklace: Vintage
Bag: Vintage
Here are some pictures that I have taken from here and there from Friday and Saturday at London Fashion Week. 

Hope you like!

Have drank far too much Vitamin Water this weekend!
But hey free Vitamin water all day - Why not!



An interesting guest and outfit going into PPQ on Friday



Jamie and Lois Winstone on Friday at PPQ



Paloma Faith striking a pose for me on Friday at PPQ 



Susie Bubble getting in her Orla Kiely printed Citroën yesterday after Louise Gray in Covent Garden.


Loved the back of this waistcoat


Front row being papped



Hilary Alexander, Simon Le bon and his Daughter chatting before Issa London where Simon Le bon's Wife Yasmin Le bon walked the catwalk.


After catwalk madness
This is todays Outfit at LFW




Today was another fab day at LFW and I decided to wear my faux fur coat as yesterday was so cold! However, today the rain decided to pour and umbrella's were all over at the On|Off venue for Louise Gray this morning, but luckily the rain didn't fall for too long. 
This Afternoon I went to Issa London, and was very impressed but will blog all as soon as :) 


Faux Fur coat: River Island
Blouse: Vintage
Black Jeans: Topshop
Wedges: Asos
Bag: Zara
Belt: Vintage


Felder Felder have been my favorite show so far; still in keeping with their rock-chic style they created a collection full of blacks, electric blues and silvers. I was a big fan of all the detailing on the garments such as the goats hair used on the shoulders, and also the crystal flower embroidery. I think this collection had a element of luxury to it with the feather skirts and use of crystals. Although I am not convinced on the silver skirts or the silver trousers for that matter, a bit too 90’s boy band for me. 















First day of London Fashion Week for me started off with Aminaka Wilmont. I didn't find the collection massively exciting however; I did really like the colour palette of browns, blacks and cremes as well as the leather pieces, blurred digital prints and long socks.
My favorite piece from this collection would probably be the sheepskin trimmed waterfall leather jacket.


Love this jacket




So today was the first day of London Fashion Week! and what a day it is has been, today I saw both Aminaka Wilmont & Felder Felder and was highly impressed by both shows, however I will blog those collections in more detail soon! 
For now here is a picture of todays outfit :)




Jacket: Topshop 
Lace Camisole: Vintage 
Knitted skirt: Vintage 
Wedges: ASOS 
Bag: Zara
The Autumn/Winter 2011 Rodarte collection was inspired by the country and the ‘golden hour’ (a certain time of the day). The colour palette and use of wheat field prints on the silk gowns looked beautiful. The collection also featured a lot of ankle grazing prairie coats, as well as apron skirts with longer skirts underneath giving the garments more volume. I was uncertain when seeing the red outfits in there, but surprisingly I think it works.







Jeremy Scott is a designer whose clothes I could personally never wear, but I do admire his work, the individuality and pure eccentricity he portrays within his designs. I’m not a massive fan of this collection, I definitely prefer his Autumn/winter 2010 collection, but still this is one spandex and neon filled collection that you cant ignore.





I can honestly say Marchesa never fail to amaze me, the following looks are my favorite from the Autumn/Winter 2011 RTW collection. The collection was inspired by Victoriana, and is beautifully detailed as always using lace motifs, crystals and silk tulle.






Beautiful!
Today, I visited the Drawing Fashion Exhibition at the Design Museum. The Exhibition 'Celebrates a unique collection of some of the most remarkable fashion illustrations from the twentieth and twenty first centuries', and it certainly does. 
I really enjoyed this exhibition purely because of the range of fashion illustrators on show, as well as the way in which it was set out in centuries.
My personal favorite Illustrators from the exhibition was Aurore de la Morinerie and Mats Gustafson whose work I had previously come across but seeing it in real life made it ten times more stunning.
Finding the Design Museum was a bit of a mission, but after going the wrong way several times we finally found it, and I also managed to get a few snaps of London Bridge in the winter sun.


Laandan Bridge


Finally found the way



Photo pretty much explains it 



Dusk In LDN



The Design Museum with a Berthoud print on the side

  
Hellooo there
My name is Chloe, and Im starting a blog about a little bit of everything really, but mostly based around the world of Fashion.


A little bit about me; 
Im currently a Fashion Design student Living in London but originally from down South near the seaside.
So I hope you enjoy my blog and all i post on it..
Farewell for now 
Chloe