Anyway, back to London Fashion Week! After my Bailey adventure I popped to the Caslazur presentation, which was taking place in a restaurant near Covent Garden. Apologies for the poor quality of the photos.... the lens was playing up.... but as you can hopefully still see, there were some great abstract prints and cool knitted pieces too!
The Renli Su presentation, held at Freemason's Hall, showcased an organic display of neutral hues, soft, slouchy shapes and knits. Although not my style at all, I did find the 18th century influence mixed with the more modern, street inspired silhouettes rather intriguing. It was also pretty cool how the models were wearing trainers - such an interesting juxtaposition!
The highlight of my day however, was late afternoon when I nipped upstairs in Freemason's Hall to see the Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion days presentation. Here I came across the most beautiful collection by upcoming Ukrainian designer Yasya Minochkina.Yasya told me that her recent work had been inspired by architecture and the sculptural work of artist Peter Alexander. I love the architectural influences visible throughout the collection!