Day 2 and it was a slightly later start for Betty and I. This of course merited breakfast in bed while working through our itinerary for the day and as per it was shaping up to be a busy one. Today was all about checking out the exhibitors, catching a few shows and of course the Lulu Guinness Party celebrating 25 years of design.
Matching my hair and bag seemed like a solid choice for the day and with the Holly Fulton show on scheduele it seemed the perfect time to trot out the Holly Fulton x Radley clutch. I wasn’t the only one going nuts for dogs though as inbetween shows we spotted the best sausage dog in the world, armed with a go pro camera and snapping shoe street style.
The exhibitors are my favourite part. I get to try on, feel and play with the designs and chat right good and proper with the designers. Hedonisim is always something I look forward to as I am in love with Britain’s millinery scene. Other than Scottish design star William Chambers we had kissing bird hats, perspex visors and my personal favourite, a pagan inspired crown from Stephen Jones. I loved trying it on (it pretty much made me feel like an Egyptian goddess.)
Lulu Guinness was amazing as expected and I 100% want a disco ball bag now (my Betty already has her eye on the massive lipstick clutch.) It was the perfect way to round off our second day – a night filled with champagne, drag queens and kisses.
Buzzing – Sergio the Shoe Hunter, giving a dogs eye view of the best shoe style from LFW. His tiny bow tie and go pro camera were to die for. Also, sorry – basically a doggy fashion blogger. I really have no idea what to do with this information.
Highlight – Pretty much all the exhibitors but I have a special place in my heart for Stephen Jones Millinery (for making me feel like an Egyptian goddess) and Cleo Ferin Mercury (because of the pink bellied white kitty scarf.)
Brain worm – Katy Perry – This is How We Do