Whilst most London Fashion week attendees would’ve looked chic in a Kappa track suit, thankfully they didn’t fail to disappoint in providing a stream of innovative and at times outlandish outfits. The catwalk wasn’t just on the showroom floor; here’s our pick of the best dressed in and around Somerset House. See more London Fashion Week street style.
Good news is, my beloved Peruvian crochet dress can be brought out to play again next summer. Mark Fast’s ready-to-wear collection offered knitwear for all occasions from swimwear to full length gowns. Inspired by ‘desert mirages and tropical eroticism’, the show started with neutral tones, gradually heating up into a storm of oranges and pinks before descending into black, all to a haunting soundtrack including Pati Yang’s ‘Red Hot Black’. The goody bag included a raunchy pair of indigo slashed Mark Fast leggings, Maybelline make-up and Tigi hair products, but more importantly, Mouse & De Lotz chocolate! Notable guests included Liberty Ross and Eliza Doolittle. See all London Fashion Week street style.
Gemma Cairney interviewing Mark Fast’s guests