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Styling Credits: Leather Biker Jacket; Iceberg Italy, White cotton Tee; Boohoo Man, Skinny Jeans; Forever 21 Men, Desert Boots; United Colours of Benetton

Photography: The Adelaidian

When I first heard that the Italian Fashion Label was hosting a private event during London Fashion Week I knew it was going to be a great party to kick off the start of fashion week.  Having attended the very first Iceberg Catwalk show in London since it made a comeback it was definitely one of those labels to watch. Also, I’m such a big fan of their Street Wear since the label was taken over at the helm from Designer James Long their newly appointed creative director from the UK.  On Friday 13th Yes!! – I know what most were thinking in case anyone is superstitious it happened to be my lucky day as they had food catering from my favourite Meat Liquor Restaurant – just trying their burgers was delicious as I was feeling very hungry by 6pm while out and about accompanied by Aperol Spritz drinks served throughout the evening.  My outfit staple to the party yesterday evening was my signature leather jacket from Iceberg worn with a white t-shirt from Boohoo Man and Skinny Jeans with a pair of desert boots as it’s officially autumn season.  The Iceberg event was hosted at the  18montrose store in Kings Cross featuring DJ set’s from Tommy Gold, Jordss and Lifestyle Donald who entertained the crowd last night

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The House of Holland returns to London Fashion Week this season to showcase their new collection ‘Global Citizen’ for Autumn Winter 2019 inspired by a utilitarian uniform for a generation who feel oppressed by how their world is governed. They want their voices to be heard and are prevalent in today’s society where fashion and politics are intertwined to make strong statements as the woman’s contemporary F**k you uniform staple.

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This collection represents new millennials as the ‘Global Citizen’ to be outspoken and rebel for those who cross boundaries and show that creative inspiration cannot be confined. It is a reminder that women are strong, empowered and invigorated to make change which inspired Designer Henry Holland’s muses this season.

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Dress House of Holland; boots Grenson


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“An exclusive collaboration between the House of Holland showcased a T-shirt project with the Netflix Show Sex Education and necklace accessories as vape cage carriers were created in partnership with VYPE”

An exclusive collaboration between the House of Holland showcased a T-shirt project with the Netflix Show Sex Education and necklace accessories as vape cage carriers were created in partnership with VYPE. I also noticed the signature Grenson hiking boots were a carry over staple from the previous season but given a western woven paracord spin gave the collection a new edge too.

A juxtaposition between hard and soft details created outfits that were practical but still feminine were understated to form transition pieces for everyday work wear without being too overdressed.

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London Fashion Week


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London Fashion Week is one of the most anticipated events of the fashion calendar. For Autumn Winter 2018 we zoom in on the best London Fashion Week Street Style where the street style stars are out in full force to look the coolest trends of the season from the runway to the streets of the capital.Statement polka-dots were a bold choice combined with monochrome tones. It was all about knee length fitted silhouettes and striking prints to slightly flared sleeves. Check out the best looks from London Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2018 to feel inspired on finding your next outfit.


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Craving your daily dose of fashion for your new season wardrobe. Find your fall style inspo from our Edit of the top outfits captured on the streets of London. Influencers alike opted for loud pop colour outerwear to understated accessories as seen from the latest London Fashion Week street style trending for spring summer 2018. It was all about statement sunglasses to mini bags where the street style did not fail to disappoint despite the animal rights activist.


Hi Everyone! it’s so great to be back in town from Summer Vacation and September is always a busy period as we make fresh starts, new opportunities and not forgetting it’s Fashion Week again in London. London Fashion Week kicks off to a great start with an invite from the British Fashion Council in Association with New Look Fashion where press and style influences gathered for evening of cocktails and canapes. To warm up the crowd on the dance floor the first DJ set of the evening started off with Rafferty Law followed by Radio / Presenter Mya Jama til the very end with a sensible curfew by 11pm as everyone had shows the next day.

Celebrities and Style Influencers include The Saturdays Rochelle, E! News Presenter Naomi Isted, The Telegraph’s Hilary Alexander and Britain’s Next Top Model Victoria Clay graced us with their presence as we enjoyed pre-drinks before the rally of shows tomorrow for DAY ONE of London Fashion Week.

So each season, it definitely can sometimes be a hard decision what you should wear to make a style statement with confidence even at a press launch. For an evening event it’s always great to have a blazer jacket at hand to dress up your outfit. Try matching it with a pair of smart tapered jeans but not too skinny as you want to get the fit just right and a dress shirt for a polished look.

Opt for a stylish accessory to finish off the look which my chosen favourite item are sunglasses form part of my signature look. I’ve mixed high street and designer items as follows; Sunglasses Prada, Black Jacket Linen H & M, Dress Shirt Dark Navy Polo Ralph Lauren, Leather Belt with Blackwatch Tartan from a selection at Ralph Lauren, and black jeans New Look Man.

Credits: Blazer; H & M Man, Shirt; Polo Ralph Lauren, Jeans; Forever 21 Men, Sunglasses; Prada

Photography: Mehul Derodra


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Day 1 

 Good Morning I’ve just made it into London this morning for the Vivienne Westwood show despite the commuter rush hour I’m so relieved there were no delays. Lucky for me it’s a beautiful day and the sun is shining. Contemporary minimalism, All dressed up in DKNY, Ralph Lauren and Prada, I made my way to the first show of the LFW Season

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London Fashion Week Style Diaries


 Second day at LFW started with – Breakfast Pancakes & Tea at The IVY CAFE WIMBELDON

My outfit was all about layers, statement leather jacket, comfortable soft shirting and block coloured chino’s

Please, take a moment and admire the shades: “FROW Style” sitting front row and loved the atmosphere today at the show.

The day ended with a fantastic party at Acqua Kyoto for the ASOS Summer Party

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So that’s a wrap – Until next fashion week season

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Discover the Original Essential Outfitter for the Modern Adventurer

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Belstaff presents Spring Summer 2018.

Following on from Belstaff’s collaboration with Vestiaire Collective the leading market place for pre-owned premium and luxury fashion the exclusive partnership allows you to purchase the limited number of iconic 1960’s and 1970’vintage jackets especially chosen from the Belstaff Designers Archive.

Belstaff returns this season to London Fashion Week Men’s for Spring Summer 2018 Menswear and Womenswear collection self titled Paris to Dakar.


Once again the spirit of travel is kept alive through tradition of adventure reflected in Belstaff’s signature DNA for classic iconic pieces inspired by the modern day explorers and adventurers.

Belstaff showcased the collections in the iconic London Venue of Somerset House, in the newly opened wing, the Lancaster Rooms, with press arriving via the British landmark of Waterloo Bridge.

“Built for life Est since 1924″

This season’s collection explores the epic journey of the rider’s adventures travelling through extreme conditions during their journey on the Paris to Dakar Rally.

Influences of retro themes made their debut during men’s fashion week at other designer shows as Belstaff took inspiration from the late 70’s and early 80’s era mixing modern performance fabrics with retro sports graphics and prints.


Explore a Lifestyle Brand with Heritage through the eyes of a Modern Adventurer.

The real sense of rawness in the feeling of the collection could be envisioned where romance of the North African landscapes intriguing colour hues of soft sun bleached pastels, to the vibrant shades of copper and burnt orange evoked the spirit of adventure.

BELSTAFF Ready to Wear collection’  PARIS TO DAKAR

It was about creating pieces this season that were versatile in aesthetics also light weight incorporating technical styles which are protective and wearable in all climates.



A rather distinct collection was well put together where patterns and prints contrast with retro inspired sportswear elevated the multi seasonal technical use of luxurious materials and bold prints served with functionality. As per seasonal signature items you can guarantee the outwear remains at the core of the collection each season experimenting with colour, leather, graphic and prints and more.

Editorial Disclaimer: A huge thank you to Belstaff for hosting me for the Press Preview during London Fashion Week. As always, all opinions are my own and I will never promote something I don’t personally use or would wear myself for accurate feedback.