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Hello from London! It was a wonderful week all across the sea. First off, I have to say the Alexander McQueen show was truly mind blowing and so wondrous. It was elegant and luxurious, and it almost had an older hint at what the old Alexander McQueen used to be like when McQueen ran the brand itself. But Sarah Burton is a visionary and the show was exceptional. I love her work at Alexander McQueen, and she never ceases to amaze me. It is one of my favorite shows to date. Peter Pilotto was a combination of everything which I love. It had an Icelandic vibe which was quite enjoyable and the attention to detail in the clothing is miraculous. Simone Rocha! What can I say? It was beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. The colors and the softness of the looks were fantastic. Erdem was a nod to the 1930’s in a truly spectacular way. I adored the fabrics and the textures and colors that were used in this collection. Christopher Kane was fun and exciting and quite a show to be seen. It was quite different from his last collection, but I loved his inspiration which was his mother. Mary Katrantzou was inspired by a space cowboy? What? But it payed off in the end because that collection was marvelous. Preen by Thornton Bregazzi was one of my favorite shows from London. I adored his use of colors and prints and most of all… Sequins! (Check out that pink sequined dress!). That it all from London by me! See you soon in Milan.

All images via Vogue Runway