LFW AW16 Day Two Reviewed

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So day two arrived and went, so any people, seriously they need to close Brewer St to normal traffic during LFW, but aside from that, the worlds biggest jumble sale continued. The pappers where out, I may be the only person that says can I take a pic, I’m not keen on just circling people in and that malarkey. (also see todays portraits)

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And of course, the TV, Radio and other media and marketing continued to throb round our biggest export fair outside of the arms industry, but people just hanging out and enjoying the morning, seeing friends who may be in from out of town or just a coffee and a catch up as you are near each other. Of course Coconut Water was available to soothe a few partied out heads.

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And of course what you all wanted to see, the street style, and once again London is showing how diverse and creative it is in comparison to the other fashion weeks, everyone one is doing everything. It fills you wit pride and joy to see buildings full of creative people and also the streets outside.

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And of course the shows, James Kelly’s Zombie Apocolypse, Basharatyn & Velsvoir in a retro ski-chalet and the brutality of the new chic from Sadie Clayton, sadly the 7 designers at Fashion International will be added later as my camera died!!!

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But still a great day

About Ross Pollard

Since starting writing on my 31st birthday in 2011 I have held a number of positions at magazines and websites as well as regularly producing articles for numerous publications alongside contributing to TV & radio shows as a freelance fashion journalist including Hoxton Radio & Fashion One TV. Alongside writing, I have worked in other industries helping to design & grow digital platforms, develop businesses and support operations practices. This experience has proved invaluable in building an understanding of how businesses work, and the landscape in which retail, B2B commerce and other commercial operations develop. Knowledge of commercial interests has helped shape my fashion industry insights beyond critiquing of garments

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