Today was the first day of London Fashion Week and it’s always my favourite as it’s super chilled out. Natalya was wrapping things off in the office so it was just me for day one. Here’s what my schedule looked like:
2:30pm: Pop into St Tropez to meet Jules for a tan top up.
3:30pm: Visit The Apartment for a quick bite and to get my hair done.
4:30pm: View the Uniqueness presentation on South Molten Street.
5:30pm: Snap some style posts with Zahra of Lyla Loves Fashion.
6:30pm: Quick bike ride back to Somerset House for the Fash/On Film Festival with the BFC and River Island.
Here’s what I wore for the first day. My look consisted of a shirt from Iris & Ink (collection dropping soon at The Outnet), pants from Juicy Couture, shoes by Jimmy Choo, bag by Marc by Marc Jacobs and the jewellery was a mixture of Miquella (necklace), Astley Clarke (bracelets) and Toy Watch.
Probably one of my favourite parts about day one was hanging out at The Apartment which has been organised by the uber cool Abi Marvel for bloggers as a place to hang out, re-energise and re-fresh. With coffee by Lavazza at hand, drawers full of Jelly Beans, Aubaine catering and hair by Wella to opt from, it was literally a haven for us. Not to mention it was located in one of my favourite places, St Martins Courtyard in Covent Garden. Follow all updates from The Apartment on their Twitter here.
A quick bite to eat courtesy of Raw Salad
Afternoon tea courtesy of Aubaine
A drawer full of jelly beans
Yummy coffee thanks to Lavazza
The view from The Apartment
The Uniqueness presentation was brilliant, the new collection is one of my favourites to date and Alessandra Facchinetti looked stunning in a head to toe print look. Some of my favourites include the chunky knits and statement necklaces.
Ending the evening with the Fash/On Film Festival at Somerset House with the BFC and River Island was just what I needed. They debuted the William Tempest for River Island short film as well as a number of other fashion films.
Ending the day by tweeting from my brand new Blackberry Bold 9900. (It’s been a lifesaver today.)