I wore: vintage cardigan, Topshop skull tee and cut up leggings, New Look wedges, Butler and Wilson jewellery.
Sadly my womenswear fashion show blogs have come to an end... sniff, however, don't be too glum as you now have the menswear shows to come! Starting with James Long. The gorgeous models were parading Long's signature's of knits and leather teamed with knee length shorts, suede ankle boots and retro sunglasses. For me, the woven mohair knits were the showstoppers. Mainly thicked striped jumpers and cardigans, they clashed wonderfully with the paint spattered patterned pony skin shorts and jackets showing a variety of textures throughout the collection. Never one to be short of an accessory, Long teamed many of the outfits with either a holdall or a rucksack (yes, they're back!) in the same artistic style print as the shorts and jackets. The collection was entirely wearable and would instantly add what can only be described as 'coolness' to the modern man.