I’m gradually catching up on London outfits, ya know, two months later. This was one of the gloomier days from my trip – which were few and far between (and I was craving cool weather – I had layers I wanted to wear!)
I miss this balcony at Marlin Apartments – it was probably the best outfit backdrop I’ve ever had (yep London – just there to service my outfit posts), so really I’m just milking it by posting these pictures so late.
This was one of my last days of fashion week – so the sweater was mostly serving as a reminder to enjoy and embrace whilst I still could.
Anyhoo, I love this sweater – it’s from the Hugo Guinness collection for J.Crew – and I wish it was cold enough here to wear it frequently, and I paired it with my vintage leather skirt (which I neglected to realize the hem was having issues until it was too late) which I can also rarely wear in Los Angeles and my coat – courtesy of Willow + Clay and my Nike Internationalist sneakers which I am obsessed with.
Ta da. That’s all folks!
Whenever I make it over to London Fashion Week – it’s always worth swinging by Freemasons to see what’s new at Fashion Scout, the platform for international and British emerging designers at London Fashion Week.
Scroll down for some discoveries from this past season.
Little Shilpa featured denim dresses that came with what can only be described as ties and pulleys so that every look could be changed on a whim.
I wasn’t a huge fan if the Cuoco collection – a little too much latex for my taste, but I was a fan of some of the styling including the phenomenal headpieces.
The Ming presentation featured crisp tailoring with asymmetric hems and tassel details which was all accompanied by a live pianist.
Off to a little shindig tonight but first – rooftop photo shoot! This year I’ve gone a little literary – welcome to Hamlet’s Ophelia. Circa 2014. Urban Ophelia I mean c’mon what do you expect from a Theatre Scholar who spent too many years studying Shakespeare?
Fun fact. Back in my acting days one of my only prime time roles was playing dead body. Brian Austin Green had to sob all over my body and everything.
Have a fabulous night all.
Dress and Flower Crown: ASOS. Shoes: Trashy Diva.