London Fashion Week, Me and Crabtree & Evelyn Hand Therapy!
When this post goes live, September would have drawn to a close, and yet another London Fashion Week would have passed us by. It sounds crazy that the fashion world is showcasing their SS17 collections when we still haven’t even really started wearing anything remotely resembling Autumn Winter. Whilst I can’t claim to have attended each and every show, the few that I did attend has got me lusting after more feminine tailoring and remembering that fashion has no age limit!
Rocky Star is a bit of Fashion Bollywood royalty. He has styled and designed for over 300 films and dressed celebrities from all over the world in both Hollywood and Bollywood. Through his creative artistry, he has incorporated the artisan embroidery of his native homeland and created beautiful versatile pieces that can be worn by everyone. His Spring Summer 2017 collection showed his strength in mixing textures, layering and styling a piece to look feminine, striking and, more importantly, wearable. Click above for a front row snippet of the show.
Pam Hogg, a fashion designer and rock star, has been creating collections since the late 80’s. With a lifetime achievement award from the Scottish Fashion Council, designing the Brits 2016 awards trophy and using her fashion influence for political correctness, it is not a wonder that Pam Hogg has got herself a loyal following. With bold expressive designs, there is nothing quiet about Pam Hogg but everything that embraces fun and fashion in unity.
The highlight of the show was not just seeing Pam’s signature cat suits, but truly embracing the phrase, “fashion has no age limit”.
After a day of front row shows, what better way to revive those snapchat thumbs than a relaxing hand scrub and massage courtesy of Crabtree and Evelyn. I opted for the popular Gardeners Hand Scrub, formulated with soothing comfrey herbs and ultra-fine pumice to gently exfoliate the skin and is fragranced with fresh green clover, lavender, sage rosemary and thyme. Keeping with the garden theme Crabtree and Evelyn, the hand ritual was finished off with theGardeners Hand Therapy Hand Cream. Containing a blend of nutrient-rich shea butter, moisturising glycerine, deodorising clover and soothing bisabolol from camomile, this cream will help nourish and condition work-roughened hands.
Mrs J xx