Sunday, 15 March 2015


Hello my lovely readers,

How sad it is tomorrow it's Monday? I am suffering Sunday blues tonight, totally.

A couple of weeks ago, our instagram/twitter/facebook timelines where completely chock-a-block with Paris, Milan, NY and London Fashion Week reports.

Trends, behind the scenes, catwalks and outfits (some of them, sorry to say that, absolutely ridiculous, get a grip people, it's fashion week not circus week), made me wish I had taken some days off to go and have a better look myself.

Thanks God, the posh giant of the High Street better known as Marks and Spencer, was so kind to share a bit of the London Fashion Week taste with us up north, organising a fashion catwalk here in Manchester, in the Market Street store.

The catwalk itself was introduced by Belinda Earl, style director of M&S and name behind the big renovation seen in the last year and we were treated with an interesting small documentary with highlights from the LFW with some AW15 anticipations.

The show then began, unveiling, let me tell you, some stylish pieces, sartorial cuts and excellent choice of fabrics, prints and palette of colours.
After what we saw, M&S will be definitely a place you will be delighted to shop, look at those outfit!

 If there is something we really need to watch out in M&S this spring summer is the leather; go to the shop, have a browse around and you will understand why.

Expect the softest leather mixed with the edgy design of jackets and skirts.
Price tag is a bit high but splurge-worthy.

Now, let me say a big Thank You to M&S, first of all for bringing a bit of the glamour of catwalk here in MCR, second of all for offering such wearable, flattering, modern and on trend collections, last but not least, for having me!

A big thank you to my friend Lily, for having me as her plus one for this event, you are a proper babe!



  1. Aw I am so pleased you enjoyed the show - so glad you liked it and it was my absolute pleasure to have you as my plus one :) Great blog post! x


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