Friday, 27 July 2012


The greatest show on earth as they say is but a few hours away and on 
the streets of London there's a great buzz. An amazing atmosphere is 
so obvious to sense as you stroll around. Last weekend I took one of 
those very same strolls to an old haunt of mine that's familiar to you all.
The famed Brick Lane. It's a strange place of many differing vibes and 
personalities if a place can have such things and I'm sure I'm not the 
only person that feels some do. The Lane as it's known to Londiniums 
is one of those for sure. Famed for its party atmosphere and stylish 
people with the most amazing people watching to be experienced.

With the many people in town from all around the globe, it added an 
extra dimension last weekend and it was a joy to have the old vibe back.

Here are some of the people I spotted last weekend.

 Fashion student Fey from China with her mom posing for a picture
both wearing Vintage dresses with traditional Chinese shoes. 

 Amber from Thailand poses for a picture on London's Brick Lane. 
Amber coloured her hair herself.

 Samuel from London poses for a picture at London's Brick Lane.
Her wears a loud geo print suit from Topman with a leather doctors bag
 from Florence.

 These are the most wild set of platforms I've seen in a very long while.
Totally crazy and totally cool. We love them. These incredible visual treats
are from my favourite shoe designer. Nicholas Kirkwood. But every now
and then he goes off into his own world or in particular case someone elses
and creates something totally unexpected and more dun than he world
normally do so. These he designed for the spring summer 2012 collection
of Meadham Kirchhoff

Platform sandals from Marc by Marc Jacobs. We love the heel detail.

 Imitation they say is the greatest form of flattery. Sometimes there's 
an air of truth to that saying, other times we question it. Not this time.
We all love the amazing collection of dresses from our friends at 
Dolce & Gabbana with the fruits herbs and vegetables prints.
I spotted this lovely woman head to toe in tomato print but it's "not" 
from the two before mentioned Italian gents. This was all from 
a brand in Tokyo, Japan

 Japanese Street Style published by A&C Black

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