Wednesday, 22 February 2012

London Fashion Week: Street Style Details #4

Hopefully you're not bored of these street style details posts yet, because there is one more to go after this one! This edition has a particular focus on clutches and handbags, and features on of my favourite photos I took on Monday, which actually has nothing to do with clothing! 
This gentleman has to be one of the most stylish men in attendance at the Mark Fast show. I love the way he has used different shades of blue, and how he holds this clutch like it is a file, making a usually feminine accessory into something rather masculine. 
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I adore the turquoise of this bag, and how it compliments the colours in the print of the womans top. 
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I was walking past the press registration hall, and I spotted a woman with a massive camera, a big grey coat and a beautiful pair of glittery black Miu Miu pumps who I was pretty sure was Garance Dore. My suspicious were confirmed when I spotted Scott Schuman, aka The Sartorialist having his portrait taken just beyond her. I was lucky enough to be able to watch them both in action for a bit, which is when I snapped this shot of Mr Schuman. 
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While most people at fashion week were using bright accessories to make their outfits hard hitting, I love how this simple black Mulberry bag is worn with a loud and bright orange coat. 
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What bright or neon colours are you most excited about wearing? 


  1. I love that Turquoise bag, did you find out where it's from at all?

    I am excited to wear brights, I have a bright turquoise clutch bag that was only £16 from Accessorize it's gorgeous! Jade x

  2. great shots, can't believe you saw Garance Dore and Scott Schuman! I'm loving the neons, not sure I could brave it myself.. x

  3. So many incredible colours! Wow I just can't choose x

  4. Wonderful shots!... Nice!

    Much love from the SABO SKIRT girls!

  5. I'm in love with the last picture! You had taken great photos. x

  6. These are some great photos - I found this post through an IFB article about street style photography - I love how you've chosen to focus on details rather than full length shots. x

  7. I did not, but they have a very similar style in darker colours and prints at Kurt Geiger!

  8. Age of Reason Scarves25 February 2012 at 19:44

    Love this- You captured our Matches Exclusive Pink Penny Pug scarf so well on that hat!

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