Yesterday, I joined the excited hustle and bustle of fashion flyers over at the Satchi Gallery for London Fashion Weekend. The event celebrates the end of the prestigious London Fashion Week, exhibiting high-end designer stands to shop, industry talks, makeup experiences and runway collections fresh from LFW's catwalk shows.
Beautiful floral embroidered suede jackets would go perfectly with skinny jeans and over the knee boots.
Mesmerizing prints and glorious lace detailing.
Cute sheer cropped shirts are a lovely transition into summer-wear. I love the quirky floral print subtly adorning these.
Fun and abstract printed sweaters with such intriguing textures.
Luxurious fur coats and guillets in so many wonderful colours
Fun and vibrant floral prints brighten up any dark winter day!
Who didn't love trying on all of the sunglasses at sunglasses hut though?
Maybelline were sporting LFWend with stocks of makeup and a photobooth too!
Being great admirers of her beautiful craftsmanship and the chic feminine silhouettes which she chooses to create, we opted to see Holly Fulton's runway show.
Swirls of ruffles and geometric floral prints began for a collection of eccentricity. Abstract shapes further accompanied, primarily inspired by British Surrealist Art. The collection was greatly influenced by the 70s, featuring embroidered denim jackets and wide leg jeans with popping bursts of colour. Skater skirts, pencil dresses and sleeves with flared cuffs were another massive feature in the collection, elegantly placing delicacy in the feminine silhouette.
You can find the showcased designers here