LFW Day 2 - The Reviews

Day 2 at London Fashion Week started at The Vinyl Factory with Asli Polat's catwalk. I must admit I wasn't aware of this brand before but it is certainly on my fave's list from now on. Never a pastel collection has amazed me so much.

Markus Lupfer presentation followed right after and of course it didn't never fail to amaze me. The set up was beautifully displayed: from the flower meadow making you feel you are far away from the city to the crazy shades in collaboration with Linda Farrow (I need those in my life!). 

After a quick lunch I head to the Three Floor presentation, which was a bit dissapointing. I feel that since Han Chong left to move to the super successful Self Portrait, the brand has been missing its inspiration. It was just another same same collection. 

Sorapol was definitely the highlight of the day. I've never been so mesmerised by a show in a long time. The collection was vibrant and  colourful and it mixed a lot of indian inspo with heavy armour, super eclectic! The models wear very engaged with their role and the music -a mixture of Indian-Thai music and the Moulin Rouge soundtrack- totally blown the crowd away. It drove us to another world! To top up, the finally dress, a stunning white couture gown, was colour-bombed as the model was walking down the catwalk. So unique! It will be to beat what they did. BRAVO.