So the fun has continued and this week has been jamm packed with some of the UK’s finest fashion. Next on my list of press days were Pop and Ella Dror PR which were extremely different but equally fabulous.
I felt like I’d gone back in time when initially entering the Pop showroom as the first thing I saw were huge elaborate gowns. The collections were dramatic and theatrical but there was still a good number of wearable and modern pieces.
Sorapol is the perfect mix of theatrical and glamorous. I have deep sympathy for the models in his show who had to wear these magnificent gowns with those shoes. They must have had some skills!
This piece by Ivana Pilja definitely wins he award for the edgiest skirt of press days or even for the most unique skirt ever.
The skirt teamed with structured jacket is perfect for any one that wants to be the centre of attention as no one wearing this ensemble would go unnoticed.
There were some gorgeous ready to wear pieces from some of my favourite designers. Since the beginning of press days I’ve been building up a mental lust list and Ashley Isham, Patrick Li and Natasha Zinko were are at the top.
Patrick Li (above)
With my avid sweet tooth I had to finish with one of these very sophisticated cupcakes.
In contrast at Ella Drors’ PR press day I stepped into what felt like a futuristic version of Charlie and the chocolate factory, at the Swarovski lounge. I was instantly greeted with neon colours, metallics, architectural structures and tonnes of sweets.
I think Charlie has a thing for hands now as well as hair, especially strategically placed ones!
Best corset ever!
Cowhide fish clutch
Cowhide illustrated leather jacket
Funky in pink and platforms wearing Void of Course.
So I ended the day with a head full of colours , prints and shapes and on a serious sugar high. But was all good as was full of energy for the next and final batch!