Day 3 was David Koma, Vivian Westwood Red Label, Preen, Pringle, and of course, the Topshop Unique show. It was also the day after Shrimps and Julien Madonald – all those dresses – so the street style around the venues was definitely on point. Fashionistas pulling inspiration from the two days of shows prior, to put together some absolutely fabulously fabulous outfits.
Yes fabulously fabulous is the only way to describe them.
There were only two Day 3 shows at Somerset House, which is where I spent most of the day (apart from a few hours spent at Oxford Circus for window shopping), and being a sleepy Sunday, there weren’t an awful lot of people in the morning. But once we returned to watch the David Koma show on the big screens, so did a lot of others.
As with all my fashion week posts, warning for image-heavy content.
Nothing like bringing the 90’s back full swing with velvet/velour trousers.
One of my favourite looks of day 3. I’ve said before that wearing all-white is an instant way to look chic and on-trend, and using accessories to add colour gives the outfit more dimension,
I absolutely loved this outfit. Keep everything simple, add something a little different (the jacket, those sleeves) and you have a hit. The bag too. Do want.
It’s not every day you see someone with quite so many point pieces. Or someone who is willing to make ‘unconventional’ fashion work so well. In an unironic way. Also those glasses/that visor. Yes.
Every time I saw this girl, (Pippa Melody, @pippamelody on instagram) she was impeccably dressed. This wasn’t my favourite outfit of hers (see Day 2 for that), but this one was certainly eye catching.
And then the shoes. All. The Shoes.
I do love a good Jeremy Scott appreciator
And one backpack that I just couldn’t ignore.
(I also spotted it again on Monday in Topshop… on the same boy)
Any outfits that you especially enjoyed from day 3??