What were the grown-ups wearing at London Fashion Week? The all-important, run-around shoe ranged from statement flats and sneakers to au courant kitten-heels. Wardrobe Glue was livened up by a floral print or a flash of gingham – the everyday basics always look better when they’re whooped up. And outerwear came down to colourful jackets, coats and practical macs. All key when one’s mode of transport does not involve a personal driver…
And yes, there were plenty of practical black macs.
We were whizzing around between shows and snapping street style shots and unfortunately, I didn’t have time to collect all the names. These women are a mixture of fashion journalists and stylists, talent-spotted by photographer Lucy Fitter.
When I first started That’s Not My Age, I regularly went out on the street with a photographer, to collect images of eye-catching women – and now that the book is nearly finished this is definitely something I’m thinking of revisiting.
Street Style Forever. What do you think?