The unusual idea of having LFW at a car park didn’t change the enthusiasm which is normally associated with the event. The Brewer Street Car Park, right in the heart of Soho was the ideal place to mix an ordinary crowd of people who just happened to pass by or live in the area, with people who literally live, eat and breathe fashion. And that’s what London is all about, we’re all human beings with different cultures, interests, ideas, hobbies, but we’re all bound by one thing – we love the buzz of the big city. It did create a lot of traffic as well but we’re not going into much detail about this now.
On day two we certainly fell for Mother of Pearl with the beautiful floral prints that were present throughout the collection and dresses to die for. Well, we definitely have a reason to look forward to Spring right now.
Day four we had to skip but we cannot go without mentioning the Burberry show which took our breath away.. again! And there was as much to see in the audience as on the catwalk, so we didn’t really know where to look. Here is a complete highlight from Burberry Prorsum. But let’s talk about what happened the night before the actual show. For the first time in history, a fashion house reveals their entire collection on social media, Snap Chat in particular, which meant nobody really needed to have an invitation sent through the post to see it. And that’s completely changing the game now, so we’re left wondering who will be the next one to follow.
Your Mihaela N.
Text by Mihaela Nedeva | Picture creation by Radana Hruba
Picture courtesy: Vogue.co.uk, Fringe and Doll’ s own
Here is a little ‘Instagram behind the scene’ pics from Radana’s account: