H&M STUDIO sweater, H&M blazer, EDITIONS MR trousers, H&M shoes
London is always the city offering a little bit of everything. Traditional British brands like Barbour and Ben Sherman, hand in hand with emerging talents such as Daniel W. Fletcher, Bianca Saunders, Danshan and Alex Mullins. Every season LFWM is also giving us some fresh breeze inviting international designers in the heart of London. Some great examples were contemporary Korean brand Blindness and one of my personal favourites Per Götesson from Sweden.
Many different moods but something similar in nearly every show and presentation. Tailored blazers, oversized trousers, chunky shoes in muted neutral palette with contrast from leather and plastic. Almost every designer had a hint of gender naturalness which I loved. Boys in lace tops, ruffles and shown in more tender and vulnerable light instead of testosterone.
Fashion Week is always the time to play even more with my outfits. Not that I wouldn’t go grocery shopping in any of these looks, but you know what I mean. I started with a simple black and layered look following up with an outfit featuring poison green leather pants and the deepest v-neck I own. For the last day I wore an all white transparent look to match my sassy fashion week car from Mercedes. Me and Lucas, my partner in life and business, had the loveliest driver taking us to the shows, events and shoot locations. I was covering the whole weekend on my Instagram story, which is now saved as a highlight in my profile. Had the best time this Fashion Week, see you next time!