Sunday, 13 April 2014


Spring has finally sprung with a wonderful weekend gifted to the many 
people that graced the streets of London this weekend and what a weekend.
No more dark and dreary days full of doom, gloom and of course lots of 
rain, thouse have been sent packing hopefully never to return or at leat to 
not show up until it should, like in Winter only. 

So with the streets ram packed due to the Marathon, Olivier Awards and the 
sunshine, we grabed a camera,  dusted off its cobwebs, found a lens to fit and 
ventured out into the alian climate tp Londinium known at sunshine. 

Covent Garden was the port of call for this venture. It gifted us rather nicely.
Here are some of its offering from a sunday afternoon in April 2014 and 
it many stylish people we encountered. 

On the left is Liam from Yorkshire. He wears Carhartt slim trousers, Grenson duck boots, 
A shirt and jacket both from GAP with sunglasses. On the right is Sadie from West Yorkshire. 
She wears holographic peeptoe sandals by Boohoo boutique, fishnet socks and white 
tights both from Topshop,  a vintage skirt and blouse, used coat with bag and wingtip 
sunglasses as accessories.

We bumped into this pretty woman by the name of Lisa Gardner doing her ballerina routine 
while out with her hubby. Sadly this image cought some flair from that sunlight we mentioned.
Lisa wears a leather biker jacket designed by Olivier Theyskens, a je t'aime Jane sweatshirt by 
Bella Freud, with a pleated monochrome skirt by Proenza Schouler, ballet pumps of course 
and a python skin clutch bag by Victoria Beckham.

This is Yan from China. She wears a leather jacket, trousers and shirt from Zara with 
a cardigan from Coast, a blue bag by Celine and shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood.

Classic signatures of the award winning British designer Nicholas Kirkwood.
Innovative beveled heels and a silver trimming to make slippers fit for a Princess.

This very dapper gent is George from Covent Garden. He wears a bespoke suit 
by Mark Powell, brogue shoes by Best of British and a hat by Stephen Jones.

 We like these Doc Martens withtheir florals

We also like htis teenager with her brightly coloured hair and large glasses.
She's not feel out of place walking down Omotesando in Harajuku in Tokyo.

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