While we have anticipated the shows over the past five days, we have had the opportunity to witness some amazing outfits worn by our guests. Interesting combinations, styling, and creativity was shown by all of the creatives that have come to Fashion Scout this SS18. Although the forecast for London Fashion Week always happens to include grey skies and rain, the weather outside did not put a damper on our guests style choices. Once inside, we happened to spot a few familiar faces, while admiring the wonderful outfits.
London-based fashion designer Daniel Lismore was seen at our Elephantasia show, on Monday. The designer was spotted wearing this years newest trend colour of bright red. Featured alongside ornate jewellery, and a mustard yellow jacket, Daniel Lismore grabbed a copy of Pioneer Magazine.
While we were checking out the presentations downstairs, journalist Hilary Alexander OBE was found looking at the illustrations by our guest artist Sue Dray from London College of Fashion. Hilary Alexander is a Fashion Scout regular, and was spotted at our designer presentations, before heading off to her next London Fashion Week event.
English fashion designer Zandra Rhodes joined us for the Rocky Star catwalk show. Wearing a neck full of beautiful bronze beads, this eccentric designer wore a beautiful dress, the planet saturn and stars printed in hot pink.
Singer Fleur East made her way to the Theo VII fashion show on the sunday of Fashion Scout. Fleur looked radiant in a figure fitting baby blue shiny top, complete with a beautiful white midi a-line skirt. Fleur stood out with her glowing style, for our first show on Sunday.
Alongside our fabulous guests throughout the shows, we have also had many exciting and outstanding models who lead the runways. The catwalk show for Mark Fast on Friday was an outstanding collection of his knitwear. Ending the show, guest model Miss Fame wore an embellished hand knit dress, made from nude materials that flattered her figure. This dress was a dazzling look, worn by the fabulous model.
Words by Maisie Taylor