With London Fashion Week just a few days away the excitement is already beginning. 

(Me walking for Basso and Brooke and Danilo Gabrielli)

For me, this will be my first fashion week in three years where I am not running around for hours to see casting director after casting director, then walking in show after show. Five days which leave the models with sore, blemished skin, damaged hair, blistered feet, shattered and aching from head to toe. Strangely I quite miss it already. Nothing beats the high of walking down that catwalk. Though, on the upside it does mean that for the first time I will have time to be able to participate in London Fashion Week fun! I have come up with a list for all of you fashion enthusiasts that haven't managed to get tickets for the shows but still want to take part.

  • Maison Triumph - A pop up shop in Covent Garden (15th -19th Feb) Showcasing Triumphs new collaborations with designers such as Matthew Williamson, Felder and Felder and Louise Grey, Q&A sessions with fashion experts such as the face of Triumph Helen Christensen and  multimedia art installation created by David Longshaw. Plus spend over £80 on their beautiful lingerie and recieve a free limited edition Matthew Williamson T-Shirt.
  • Catwalk to Cover Exhinbition - Showing at the fashion and textile museum in Southwark, the exhibition shows how top end designers clothes make it from the catwalk into the magazines.
  • Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair - Not only is it a place to find a potential new fashion bargain and embrace the 60s trend seen on the catwalks in New York, Jessy's Pin Up Studio are also offering shoppers the chance to have a make over and mini photoshoot for just £30 to let you become a model for the day.
Will you be participating in and Fashion Week related fun? 





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