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So it was the last day of London Fashion Week. Show tickets had become sparser. The vibe around Somerset house had began to die. I clearly got a bit lazy with my outfit (comfy culottes anyone?) And we were all so exhausted we were begging for it to be over just so that we could go home and hibernate in our houses writing up surplus show reports.
Tata Naka put on technicolour presentation that revisited the glamour of vintage interiors. Signature silhouettes were printed to resemble Persian rugs, carpets, and antique porcelain that contrasted against the china blue patterned wallpaper. The result? An enchanting ode to interior design twisted with an element of oddity.
The evening finished with the KTZ after party at the Sanderson Hotel: the DJ’s threw in Beyonce’s
Drunk in Love
so unexpectedly that it caused total wave of hysteria and the whole building turned into one huge dance floor. Truthfully, I’m still waiting for the Beyonce affect to take hold of me. It got me a little bit in that moment in time, but the whole Queen Bey obsession just hasn’t hit me yet! Don’t judge…
Beyonce finished, the party died down, and we headed to Edition hotel for a few drinks (and a bit of salsa dancing) before heading off to some random Soho club (I’m not sure if you could even class it as that?) that I couldn’t even tell you the name of. And that’s how LFW ended for AW 2014: in a dodgy dive in Soho.
Until next time.