Day 3 kicked off with a compulsory coffee at the Tom’s Terrace Bar at Somerset House. Didn’t Feathers’ Assistant Buyer Ivan Lan look fabulous in his gold tie?
Once suitably caffeinated, we were off to go and see the wondrous Marios Schwab show. The runway, swathed with giant strips of gauze set the tone suitably for Schwab’s collection which experimented with light and darkness. Mainly focusing on summer dresses, his exploration of fabrics and the way in which they reacted to the light was exciting to see.
The sprinkling of Swarovski crystals added a beautiful dimension the perforated net fabrics..
The show-stopper straw hat which gave the collection a real film noir essence:
Don’t forget to shop our current Marios Schwab collection HERE.
Last show of our day was Paul Smith. Modern in its simplicity, luxurious in its use of fabrics and covetable in its colours. Smith proved once again that he is totally in tune with what the modern woman seeks to wear in today’s world.
The colours, oh the colours…
and don’t get us started on the shoes…
We loved the styling of the comfy pajama pants with tailored blazers and shirts:
But it was this chocolate suede trench which really took our hearts:
Visit us again tomorrow for our coverage of LFW Day 4 and 5!