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Throw back Thursdays – Street Style Snaps from London

A few of my snaps of the Street Style that London had to offer last year :D.  **All my own photography**

IMG_0643-2Spotted outside the Topshop show space at London Fashion Week in September.  Those trousers are SO good.  I wonder if I could do that myself? Attack a pair of jeans with a stanley knife..? Paired with a casual, loose fitting black polo neck and a pair of  white Nike blazers this look is a perfect example of sport luxe styling.

 

SAM_0937 SAM_0941 SAM_0942SAM_0945 I loveee Sinead’s bright blue roots – created using Kiko Hair Shadow, great for a temporary change – and hides root growth at the same time, win.  This would look great paired with some gel and glitter, as seen in my Glitter Hair Inspiration post.

 

SAM_0933 SAM_0936 bagCheck out the spiky leather backpack she’s wearing here

IMG_0625-2More amazing accessories  – that hat is the one!

IMG_0650-2Some great back patches & conversational prints:

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IMG_0706-2Sneaky celebrity snap!! Leah McFall‘s grey hair & futuristic glasses are on point! The High neck top layered underneath the ‘NYC’ jumper is from  Shade London – check them out! IMG_0715-2 IMG_0716Overt branding – top to toe outfit from Nasir Mazhar  check out my post on Nasir Mazhar’s use of diverse models for his 2013 catwalk show here.

IMG_0698-2Fwuffy wuffy lil rabbits tails!

IMG_0707More fuzzy inspiration

IMG_0615Faux fur scarfs <3.  Here’s a very similar one from ASOS – on sale too 😉

IMG_0720-2Super kawaii! The girl on the right’s shorts are from the Illustrated People x Phoebe (from Made in Chelsea) collab collection – All on Sale now!  I hope they do another collab – I have the Eyeballin’ shorts seen here 😀

IMG_0746 IMG_0747And finally – RAINBOW SEQUIN AMAZINGNESS. Perfect as it was outside the Ashish show – the KINGS of rainbow sequins (check out a video of their SS15 collection here)

Nuala x

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Model Diversity at London Fashion week 2013

In uni at the minute we’re doing a project on Diversity in the fashion industry and I feel that it’s opening my eyes to new ideas of what fashion in the future could be.  In the past 20 years we’ve seen the rise of the supermodel; ‘heroine chic’ and size zero, and more recently the use of plus size models on the catwalk.

nasir mazhar by lea colomboAt London Fashion Week this September Nasir Mazhar’s collection really caught my eye, not only for the designs/styling but the very diverse range of models.  The catwalks are still predominantly Caucasian, tall, skinny girls so I found Mazhar’s model line up really refreshing.

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The models look happy and confident, which I think should be promoted more in the industry: regardless of shape/race/age/class.