Ebay jumper | Zara Skort | Primark heels | Jack Wills sunglasses | Vintage clutch

Day four was a bit more relaxed for me today! I managed to have a cheeky lie in and headed off to Somerset house at about 1. I then managed to get on TWO wrong trains so didn't end up getting there until about quarter to three. Thank god for a bit of sunshine! I was able to get some really great street style shots today (will be featured in a later post) along with wearing something a little more fun. A couple of weeks ago I had an email from KTZ saying my tickets had been allocated, but an invite never arrived in the post, so I was convinced I wouldn't get let in and headed of to Fashion Scout for the Natasha Zinko presentation. I was able to get some good shots in quite a quick amount of time and made the last minute decision to peg it back to Somerset house determined to catch the KTZ show. I joined the queue and got chatting to a few people with e-tickets and I showed the lovely doorman my email and he let me walk straight on through. I was so looking forward to this show as it's my first at the BFC Courtyard Show Space, and nearly toppled over my pointy white stilettos with excitement as I walked through the door. It was everything I hoped it would be and I had such a good view for a standing ticket. Afterwards a group of us bloggers headed down to the Fashion Monitor Lounge at The Mayfair Hotel. It was the loveliest suite where press could unwind with a glass of bubbly, browse some clothes and have some beauty treatments. I particularly loved the La Redoute room, we were given a goody bag with the most gorgoeus studded clutch in it- I think I'll be using it tomorrow!
The SS14 collection from Natasha Zinko was a mix of dainty fabrics and classic yet structured silhouettes, pretty yet provocative. Models stood in and around a large birdcage covered in over-sized bluebells and fauna, hair in pretty curls with vampy make-up. Sheer detailing was a main aspect of the collection, but was also made very wearable combined with the structural shapes and silk tops. This collection is another that hints lingerie inspired garments will be big for spring.

(center image fashion156.com)

From the hamsa symbol on my blog you can most probably tell I have a soft spot for religious and cultural signs, so the KTZ show obviously was a hit with me. The ethnic inspired collection featured graphic monochrome prints, statement jewelry and a variety of textures and fabrics. Using mainly a monochromatic palette with hints of soft pinks and bold reds the garments were strikingly beautiful. The cultural influence was evident as masked models walked down the catwalk, but was brought up to date with sheer details and bold accessories. The stand out piece for me was a jacket heavily embellished with studs, in the shape of a hamsas of course.

Watch the final walk on my instagram and stay tuned for the last day of LFW!



 Ebay jumper | Zara Skort | Primark heels | Jack Wills sunglasses | Vintage clutch

Day four was a bit more relaxed for me today! I managed to have a cheeky lie in and headed off to Somerset house at about 1. I then managed to get on TWO wrong trains so didn't end up getting there until about quarter to three. Thank god for a bit of sunshine! I was able to get some really great street style shots today (will be featured in a later post) along with wearing something a little more fun. A couple of weeks ago I had an email from KTZ saying my tickets had been allocated, but an invite never arrived in the post, so I was convinced I wouldn't get let in and headed of to Fashion Scout for the Natasha Zinko presentation. I was able to get some good shots in quite a quick amount of time and made the last minute decision to peg it back to Somerset house determined to catch the KTZ show. I joined the queue and got chatting to a few people with e-tickets and I showed the lovely doorman my email and he let me walk straight on through. I was so looking forward to this show as it's my first at the BFC Courtyard Show Space, and nearly toppled over my pointy white stilettos with excitement as I walked through the door. It was everything I hoped it would be and I had such a good view for a standing ticket. Afterwards a group of us bloggers headed down to the Fashion Monitor Lounge at The Mayfair Hotel. It was the loveliest suite where press could unwind with a glass of bubbly, browse some clothes and have some beauty treatments. I particularly loved the La Redoute room, we were given a goody bag with the most gorgoeus studded clutch in it- I think I'll be using it tomorrow!
The SS14 collection from Natasha Zinko was a mix of dainty fabrics and classic yet structured silhouettes, pretty yet provocative. Models stood in and around a large birdcage covered in over-sized bluebells and fauna, hair in pretty curls with vampy make-up. Sheer detailing was a main aspect of the collection, but was also made very wearable combined with the structural shapes and silk tops. This collection is another that hints lingerie inspired garments will be big for spring.

(center image fashion156.com)

From the hamsa symbol on my blog you can most probably tell I have a soft spot for religious and cultural signs, so the KTZ show obviously was a hit with me. The ethnic inspired collection featured graphic monochrome prints, statement jewelry and a variety of textures and fabrics. Using mainly a monochromatic palette with hints of soft pinks and bold reds the garments were strikingly beautiful. The cultural influence was evident as masked models walked down the catwalk, but was brought up to date with sheer details and bold accessories. The stand out piece for me was a jacket heavily embellished with studs, in the shape of a hamsas of course.

Watch the final walk on my instagram and stay tuned for the last day of LFW!

10 comments

  1. Love the metallic nails! and the bracelet! I have been looking for an evil eye necklace for yonks!!

    StrawberryShortcakes

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  2. Love your jumper and the white theme throughout your outfit. The pieces from Natasha Zinko are beautiful, that pastel blue structured dress especially.

    Little Black Russian

    x

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  3. Love the jumper with the skirt, you look amazing!

    Http://youngandbroke284.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. Love that your sharing this, it's so interesting to read and see the pictures, thank you! I love your outfit as well :) I see the skort everywhere these days and for good reason, because they are awesome, but you're the only one, that has then dressed down and edged up, which I really liked.

    Renate from http://thecuriousklutz.blogspot.com

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  5. You look amazing! it was so nice to meet you at the Sophia Webster presentation, you looked beautiful rocking top to toe BANK woo!
    xx

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  6. love your outfit and your nails are really cool! :D

    Love CF x
    www.ourcheapfrills.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. You look gorge Lucia! (Sorry my phone auto corrected my last comment haha!) Hope you're well - sounds like you're having an amazing time at fashion week! Justine x

    www.fashionmixbag.blogspot.com

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  9. You have very interesting blog ;)
    I really like your style ;)

    Can we follow each other ?:)

    xoxo kisses -Alexa

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  10. Love the sweater!
    Annie xx
    http://annieallsorts.blogspot.co.uk/

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