Day Two started off with the Aspinal Event at House of Fraser on Oxford Street. TV presenter Laura Jackson and Blogger Ella from Coco’s Tea Party had a little Q&A/Conversation on all things from Blogging, The Spice Girls and Dining Out. It was a fun little event and they gave us all a cute owl balloon and a goody bag. Thanks Aspinal!
The Bernard Chandran show was held at Freemasons Hall and the collection opened with a lot of white on white. If you’d seen yesterday it’s becoming a big thing for next season. The collection developed into more bolder colours with monochrome shades and more primary colours. I particularly loved the yellow and black designs seen below!
The Hemyca Presentation was inside of King’s College right next to Somerset House. The collection was very pretty with pastels and amazing asymmetrical cuts. I really liked the vivid tropic prints. It was a great collection but I feel as if the presentation could have been a bit better as the models were posing on balcony’s and it was hard to focus on the clothes looking up. See the full collection here.
Dora Abodi was a show I was just very excited about based on the invite! It was very futuristic with unicorns. I like anything to do with unicorns. The collection tied very much in with the invite with bold patterns, futuristic tailoring and even maleficent styled head gear.
In the evening we made our way to The Royal Horseguards Hotel for the Fashion International show. I wasn’t too sure what to expect as I knew it was a showcase with a variety of different designers. I was sat on the front row and managed to get a few photo’s but it was a bit too long for my liking and after leaving I was really unwell so had to skip the Fashion Ethic party.
The winner of my DKNY perfume will be announced on twitter some time later today so keep your eyes peeled!
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