London Fashion Week SS14: Day 2 highlights


What I wore: this Joseph mohair colour block jumper, on loan from with my favourite Joseph Queen trousers and John Moore boots. This jumper might never make it back to its press office rail…

Palmer Harding’s continued evolution of the white shirt. This time we’re treated to controlled volume and textured layers. I loved the cape details on their shirt dresses and the silky shirt with billowing sleeves that are ‘cuffed’ by a snap bracelet. Clever boys…
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Fun casting at Phoebe English. The models started off in genteel poses or chatting amiably amongst each other but soon descended into full-on cheesy, thumbs-aloft mode. Turns out they weren’t models at all but friends of the designer. Great styling and colour palette…
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A big-ass show for Whistles staged in the City’s imposing Heron Tower building. Is Whistles aiming at the US market? It felt like it from the tailored, upscale sportswear vibe, accessorised with flowerpot hats, posh pool slides and kooky sunnies. And of course, there had to be a leather dungaree in the mix…
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Share a Coke with Ashish? Don’t mind if I do. These Coca-Cola logo-ed pieces are just brilliant and totally Ashish…

Mind-bending experimental textures on leathers and pleathers at J.W Anderson and my favourite piece, a Comme-style little red sweater that’s not really a sweater. All eyes are on him as the next Brit hope, following Christopher Kane’s success with Kering…
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