Thursday, 24 February 2011


It's that time of the year again when all the girls and boys come out to play in London town.
The occasion is London Fashion Week. A chance to get out that dress you love,
tread the cobbled stones of old Sumerset House in your most statement commanding Christian Louboutin’s.  Where else can you get to see style come alive like at London Fashion Week It’s not always about the big brands either.
There’s a growing interest in small upcoming designers and vintage fashion is huge now.
The fairs for vintage wears all have their best shows during the fashion
week season and many attendees and style maidens can be seen gracing the cobble stone streets in their one of a kind style grabbing outfits.

Both girls and boys come out to play and it’s not always about flamboyancy at the end of the day but the attention you command.

The shows do their own thing we know but more often than not they do pay attention and give a nod of approval to the street, embracing it and if truly brave including it into their collections.

But we’re here about street and what we saw there. Over the course of a weekend we saw the bloggers and there are so many of you out there. Newbie’s and you of the elite status we salute you all. We also saw the stylish and the many celebrities and a model or few.

Here are some of the highlight and visual treats.

 Statement commanding Big Lips Booty by Christian Louboutin

 You work it girl!
 These beauties were spotted on stylist and blogger Zahra Ayub Yousaf

Lena Weber. Author of the Vintage Guide to London 
 dressed in her vintage coat, fur and closhe hat

More stunning footwear from Charlotte Olympia 


Beautiful ruby red slippers from the new collection
modelled by the shoe designers mother, Andrea Dellal

A shaggy tail by talented Nicholas Kirkwood

More excitement from the master. Christian Louboutin
A pair of seriously exciting Pigalle

Pretty 50s inspired Louis Vuitton’s in black with bow detail
From the fall winter 2010 collection  

And here's the shiny sequin version for twinkle toes

Prada’s version of 50s femininity

Getting a different perspective on things

And a cute candy colour version from Miu Miu

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