VVV Blogging for Glamour Mag UK
VVV has been assigned the role of blogging over the course of London Fashion Week for top fashion magazine Glamour. We are thrilled, and so far London has started the week off in style. We will keep you updated with all the hottest trends, fresh new designers and all the party antics
So far we attended the Felder & Felder show at the Catwalk Show Space, with the likes of Alexandra Burke and Tara Martin in attendance. The twins wowed the audience with beautiful burnt oranges, reds, browns, and tye dye. Flashes of gold have been very popular so far, giving an all round autumnal feel. Keeping within their signature rock n roll vibe with a bit of leather here and there and half the collection all in black, it was a nice contrast to have beautiful flowing dresses and tight all in one catsuits. All in keeping with the feminine shape, bold and sensual.
Keep posted with all the events to come via VVV and Glamour Magazines live coverage
Vivienne Westwood was its usual amazing iconic display of trademark cuts and punk elegance.
Mulberry was filled with faces such as Lana Del Rey and Azelia Banks and had a consistent feel of shabby elegance with shabby dogs walking down the runway with outfits expressed through block colours of orange and black and amazing texture. The art direction was amazing. it was based on the childresn book “Where The Wild Things Are” by
Craig Lawrence added a sense of high fashion and credibilty you hope for in an emerging designer.
Henry Holland had an amazing collection that seemed mature and elegant. It was all about the houndstooth.
VVV also went along to Kinder where a touch of exageration within there use of hats was playful and stylish.
Esthetica was the most exciting of that day. We met lots of designers who believed in the ethos of ethical fashion. It was great hanging with the lovely Doctor Noki, “the Godfather” and meeting The British Fashion Council leads. It was super exciting to see our video being played in Somerset house amongst all the other fashion virals. This was a big deal for us here at VVV to have our film displayed at such an event! Exciting times!