Front row report from London Fashion Week
It was clock watching time at Temperley London as the show ran 45 minutes late. Thankfully the British Museum provided the perfect setting for the period drama-style collection.
Granny knows best
If knitting was hot in 2010, then in 2011 it’s time to get hooked on crochet. The loops of yarn were seen at House of Holland (pictured) and then at Christopher Kane.
Harold Tillman, chairman of the British Fashion Council, was toe tapping merrily away to the Hound Dog soundtrack on the front row of Topshop Unique’s 101 Dalmations-themed show.
Daisy Lowe was among the celebrity models that walked the walk for fashion week. Lowe strutted her stuff at The Royal Courts of Justice for the Vivienne Westwood Red Label show.
Press and buyers were left wanting more at the Richard Nicoll show after models only walked halfway down the catwalk. Luckily the collection was a resounding success and heralded as one of the best of the week.
The IT crowd
The Mulberry front row was one of the most star studded. British actress Gemma Arterton, US socialite Olivia Palermo and actress Kirsten Dunst were all poised clutching their Mulberry bags, naturally.