Monday, 19 September 2016

WILD LONDON FASHION WEEK a deluge of colour.

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I am beginning to totally love the wildness of London Fashion Week, it has a flamboyance that other towns don't get away with. It is why the best designers came from London, Alexander Mcqueen, Julien Macdonald, David Koma, Pam Hogg, Gareth Pugh, John Galliano, Antonio Berardi and Jasper Conran.  With bigger brands like Burberry stealing the scene.

GARETH PUGH

 There are characters in the Fashion World here that feed the system, wild and glamorous from Winnie to Duggie Fields, from Daniel Lismore to George Blodwell . The shows are a photogenic orgy of colour and eccentricity that Paris and sensible New York simply do not have. Where do I start? What is more, you can have fun and watch all on Instagram at breakneck speed if you feel tired. There are no dull moments. Life is terrific here in London where there is no sign of depression.  Erdem, Pilotto, Beckham and Charlotte Olympia. Where to start and where to finish?. Looking miserable at Belstaff is in fashion, help I love showing my teeth.   Sleep from Elle Magazine is recommended and wash your hair in wine. With girls reporting like Marissa Montgomery, Plum Sykes, and Alice Naylor Leyland, George Blodwell, Victoria Harvey, you are kept to date. From Lou Lou's and chatting sunglasses with gorgeous girls Miss Fox to watching Pam Hoggs and reliving fantasy land in Alice and wonderland with Anita Pallenburg stealing the show and the near nudity of Scarlett Carlos Clarke in next to nothing, in pale pink and blue, with blonde semi Marilyn puff baby hair.
PAM HOGG AND ANITA PALLENBURG 

PAM HOGG




It's good to be alive flitting to one thing to another, getting ready in twenty minutes I managed to put my red lipstick on and a net and hey presto with George.

GEORGE BLODWELL AND AMANDA ELIASCH

Wearing my favourite hate by Stephen Jones
PAM HOGG CREATIVE GENIUS

It is a fabulous rest from the American Election which is becoming hilarious with Hillary doing fake videos with red and white backgrounds and then people on iphones with totally different views,  and Trump becoming superman on billboards. 
Genlux Magazine loves British Fashion the creativity and flare supporting the journey.






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