Last night British Vogue celebrated its annual (and renowned) Fashion Night Out in London, this year called Vogue Loves Regent St, as they only focused on the center of the city's retail.
#VogueLovesRegent St or rather #TCBlovesTopshop in my case, as I was wearing the brand from head to toe.
Fashion Madness has kicked off so get ready to see lots of street style all over the place, shopping tips and fashion week extravaganza. Also, what better way to start the Fashion Month than Vogue's Fashion Night Out? Obvs The Careless Blogger team had to check it out.
I must say I kind of missed not having South Molton Ln on the map last night as it has most of my favorite shops: Monica Vinader, Sandro, Bimba & Lola, Browns...however, it was still a pretty damn god shopping night.
We started our tour at Topshop with a trend talk with 3 big fashion names in the industry: British Vogue Contributing Editor Kate Phelan, author Camilla Morton and milliner Stephen Jones. Very interesting topics were covered and discussed with the audience and to top up the experience there was DJ and cocktails. Winner!
As any good shopping night, most of the stores had offers and discounts AND a photo booth (oh, how I love them) for you to keep good memories of your fun night out. This year, Ted Baker was probably my favourite store. Their new collection is super fun, there are lots of prints and colorful items (watch cherrys and purple) proving we are standing away from normcore, yei! The store not only had a photo booth and a fantastic canape and drinks reception but also a horoscope dispenser for you to play with and THE most amazing goodie bag I've seen in a long time: a make up bag, a note book, a pen, soap, and many more cute little things Ted Baker branded. How good is that? Only for the first 50 customers tho, sorry!
Liberty was showcasing their new beauty area which obviously was beautifully displayed. They also had a fashion editor showing how to style Nike's new trainers on their first floor, which we enjoyed very much while sipping prossecco and enjoying the DJ's music selection.
Along Regent St we also got to see the outstanding RIBA windows, created to engage architectural installations within the retail world. And to attract the customer eyes, of course.
As we walked towards Picadilly Circus, we noticed there wasn't much #FNO furore at Karl's Lagerfeld. Nevertheless, we had to stop and adore their new collection, very much inspired in Karl's cat Coco. So damn cute!
To finish what was a great night we ended up at Cafe Royal, where we enjoyed a complimentary cocktail while having our nails done, thanks to Miss Vogue and Perfect 10.
Remember, this is only the beginning of fashion month. Get ready for much more soon!