Day two saw a great selection of designers and one of my favourites Orla Kiely presenting a cute vintage style collection. Other designers I managed to catch included Emilia Wickstead and Sibling which had a fabulous collection of knitwear.
Check out some of the fab styles from these designers:
This presentation saw a lovely collection of colours, patterns and textures with a vintage 60’s twist. I love this collection as it’s something I could see myself wearing and these designs will filter onto the highstreet beautifully.
Hot pink, dusky pink and dark leather look styles appeared in the collection of Emilia Wickstead. A range of beautifully structured dresses completed this lovely range.
Sister by Sibling
If you love knitwear then you will love these designers. UK born and bred designers Joe Bates, Sid Bryan and Cozette McCreery created an awesome display of funky knitwear which is another collection I could see myself wearing. Although the models had some wardrobe malfunctions towards the end of the show, the designs made up for the little hiccup. The bright colours and pretty designs broke away from the traditional. classic design and created a fun, quirky feel brightening up the catwalk.
I’m hearing lots of lovely things about the Julian Macdonald show happening this evening, glitz and glam as always. Take a look at the fabulous front row girlies including Abby Clancy, Eliza Doolittle and Nina Nesbitt.
I’ll hopefully catch a few more shows tomorrow as apparantly Cara Delevingne has designed a collection exclusively for Mulberry which is due to be revealed tomorrow.