Far too many photobombs going on for my liking, however at least I have something to show for this one..
So my favourite supermodel of all time, Jourdan Dunn, walked in the Topshop Unique show along with Cara Delevigne, both of which were the only people who hadn’t left the show on Sunday. I decided to wait outside the show a little longer with hope that they would eventually come out – and within minutes, there they were. The most beautiful creatures walking out of the Tate, when all of a sudden about 50 full grown paparazzi men literally surround Cara, one of the scariest sights I have ever seen. However, then I hear “oh my God” – I look to my left, and there she is.. Jourdan Dunn. She had stepped out of the way of the paps, letting Cara get all her glory, so i stepped over and simply said “Jourdan – please can I take your photograph?” and with the sweetest smile and “of course you can” she posed for me.
So day 2 consisted of basically hunting down show locations and shooting some of the most amazing celebrities and fashion bloggers out there. I can’t lie, I let out a little squeel every now and again.. and had a few panic attacks when the cars starting pulling up and the “who isit going to be!?!” and “what if I don’t get a good enough photograph!” thoughts began to pound my head, but it was so fun, and just an amazing experience. I didn’t think anything could beat Burberry last year when i photographed stars from a far – but that was smashed this season.
So I arrived at LFW Saturday morning SO excited to see what was trending and who was around, and boy was i not disappointed!
Straight away I was drawn to this amazing hat, which this fashionista made herself, and the incredible YSL bag.
Obsessed with this coloured puff jacket/jumper over the yellow dress, and then teamed with that spike headband with her complexion? So clever.
I fell in love with this girl’s outfit and overall presence – she was from California and had this really cool ora about her. Wearing her mother’s vintage boots and homemade jewellery, she was definitely a favourite.
Love seeing people i recognise from previous London Fashion Weeks, and this girl was one of my favourites from last!
This girl’s hair is to die.
OBSESSED with this girl’s look, her hair drew my attention at first, but then you see the tassles and the floral/polkadot print and I just fell in love.
Clever play with the colour white.
At first sight i was a little terrified by this following look – by the looks of it, a head for a bag? However when i spoke to her, she was actually showcasing a very impressive set of bags and, as shown, jewellery. Love it!
Then I bumped into Victoria Baker-Harber and Mark Francis, from Made In Chelsea, looking very on trend.
I crossed the girl’s from BooHoo.Com… on roller skates!!
Feeling like the ultimate G at Somerset House, and chilling on London Bridge straight after coming from Topshop Unique, Tate Modern.