Last weekend we went on a jolly jaunt to London Fashion Week for a few frenzied days of fashion madness! We will be posting about all the shows, presentations and, of course, outfits over the coming days and weeks but, for now, let us start at the beginning!
On Friday morning we set our alarms bright and early as we were fortunate enough to be invited to attend the first show of the season at BFC Courtyard Space in Somerset House, J. JS Lee. Our eagerness paid off as we managed to be seated in the second row, just behind the very beautiful Frankie Bridge! Frankie was suitably attired for the show in a stunning navy J. JS Lee jacket with signature pop of colour.
The chic androgynous pieces looked as sharp as the average She and Hem pun i.e. pretty damn sharp. In addition to spotting our second favourite Saturday, we particularly enjoyed J. JS Lee’s nod to her childhood, with fun tomboyish flats, lots of fluffy fun and long loose shapes. The collection featured a gorgeous palette of whites, pinks and blacks, and more shades of grey than you can shake a pair of handcuffs at.
The minimalist looks were complimented with subtle black wigs and brilliant bright red lips, created by MAC make up artist Lucy Birt. Lucy, you are very welcome to do our make up anytime. Please?
We look forward to seeing lots of fluffy jackets and bags on the cobbles next season,