No Ban On High Heels

As London Fashion Week celebrates 25 years, London Mayor, Boris Johnson – infamous for his not-so-perfect and scruffy dress sense – launched the proceedings at a cocktail reception at Somerset House.

Despite the controversy it caused last year, Boris wore the same crumpled Paul Smith suit and Marks & Spencer shirt that caused a diplomatic incident at the Beijing Olympics. He may not be the sharpest dresser but it is obvious that he is comfortable in his appearance and that is no bad thing.

He went on to tell the gathered fashion crowd that, “As long as I am Major of this city, there will be no ban on high heels”. Well, hallelujah!

More on LFW soon, very excited to see what Burberry has in store on Tuesday!

My picks of the Week are;

Sunday (20/9); 1300 Matthew Williamson; 1700 Julien Macdonald; 1800 Vivienne Westwood Red Label;

Monday (21/9); 1000 Luella; 1430 Christopher Kane; 1745 House of Holland; 1945 Twenty8Twelve; 2045 Pringle of Scotland;

Tuesday (22/9); 1830 Burberry.

Love, SG


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