Sunday, 15 September 2019


Street style during London Fashion Week has its ups and downs, 
but mostly ups. It is an integral part of the event that celebrates all, 
that is fashion, here within the UK. New collections, new ideas, 
new approaches at old ones. Hugely popular is the latter these days. 

On the street you're seeing more colours, a good selection of ideas are 
present in creations, but the strong sence of indivduality is not as strong 
or as mind blowing and obvios as it used to be 10,15 years ago or more. 
Where are the stand out personalities and characters that freequent our 
streets not just during LFW, but always on a weekend or weekdays. 

LFW does indeed provide a playground for those that enjoy a little 
me me me time, to excel at their narcissistic craft. Not mentioning names.

We celebrate may if not all that dwell within that domain, as we discovered 
that realm long ago, and have been keen to bring you its many visual delights.

So feast your eyes upon this se of images we gathered just for you, 
here during the first couple of days of London Fashion Week Sept 2019. 
This is the lovely Freya. Sunning beauty, edgy looking, and always stylish with 
a unique, sence of style that is always a nod to her culture of being born in China 
and in fashion too. How cool is this look 
She wears a black traditional  rice field hat, a dress by XYLONCHEN
Shoes by Eytys, Belt by Y Project and bag by Saint Laurent.
Here's another new discovery.
 This is the Way cool ! Buying Director for Shyness Space, Shiny Francis.
 This is Stylist and influencer Cheri Yun 
She wears a green knitwear two piece hoodie by Ground Zero with a bag 
 Here's that woman again. Harper. A regular here at JSTREETSTYLE
She wears a decorative knitwear top with shorts by Uooyaa, a mini bag with 
pearl chain by Gofefe, clear high heel shoes by Public Desire, with socks 
by Topshop and sunglasses by A Society.

All images featured in this blog belong to and are shot by 
Pat Lyttle  of  JSTREETSTYLE 
 These images are copyrighted and belong to Pat Lyttle of JSTREETSTYLE.
You cannot use these images unless permission is given.

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