Had a really fun time at LFW this season. Usually it's a bit tiring, but I could only go Monday and Tuesday; which turned out to be just enough and saw some really cool stuff. This is what I wore (above) I scowled a lot less than this most of the time.

Louise Grey was my favourite show I saw. These Tatty Devine Headpieces and her uh-mazing prints were brilliant. Can you spot Diane Pernet in the background? This show had a colourful front row.

Nasir Mazhar did a ghetto barber-shop presentation which I absolutely loved. Slurping champs whilst bobbing along to grime MC's shows just how innovative Mazhar is. He marries so many influences together with confidence, skill and humour. Loved it.

Leutton Postle are a really cool knitwear label (who've become so much more than that.) Really loved their collection, and it was in the Freemasons hall in the top space, which is such an amazing space. Freemasons have their imagery on point.

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A La Disposition A La Amelia

Hey so twitter's kinda fun right? I saw the brilliant Amelia Gregory was calling for illustrators to accompany her article on A La Disposition and their SS12 collection preview before lfw. I love the blog and the emphasis she gives to emerging illustrators, so of course I gave it a whirl. Here are my three illustrations. And HERE is the article. Cool huh?

I'm off to LFW for the first time evz at the end of the week, (OHEMGEEEXCITED) so I'm gonna try and do some more fashion illustrations of the stuff I see there.

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