Sunday

London Fashion Week street style - I should Coco


Hey there, remember me?  I'm been a bit slack on the old blog front in recent weeks, what can I say, life (drinking gin) is keeping me busy and I've had things (gin) to do.  But I've been holding back on this post for a while, as Coco was one of my favourite street style spots from February's LFW.  I love her printed column skirt and matching top and how she's styled it down with that long jacket and good old DMs.  Coco works for Vice and told me that her friend designed her outfit - I'm hoping she sees this and tells me his or her name***!  As you can see, the pastel hair trend isn't going anywhere, but now the sun's finally peeked out, I'm hoping for some new trends on the streets as summer approaches.  Any guesses?

***post-edit...thanks to Chu Eva, Coco's blog has been found here  and the designer in question has been identified as Roberto Piqueras (we think!)***

By the way, you can catch Styleeast in the Hackney Citizen these days, here, and you'll find some of my LFW photos in the hard copy version that's available now.  Thanks to Rosie for the chance to get involved.

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10 comments:

  1. http://cocoladas.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/roberto-piqueras-summer-2012.html
    big fan of her blog and i think it's roberto piqueras
    x

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  2. Gorgeous style, I adore pastel hair, want so bad!

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  3. quite into the matchingness of the whole thing, it's a pretty cool print ain't it. hopefully the ginhead has gone and you did get some good snaps today. thanks for the trice comments, that's my woolrich jacket in the picture too, got that in rokit covent garden. the blue wall is where i take all my pictures like that, it's in a room i started to decorate and never finished.

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  4. Love this. Must check into Roberto P's stuff! :)

    Besos,
    Lela
    Fashion Blog - Lela London

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  5. I really enjoy your style 'catches' - and the fact that your images are increasingly recognisable as 'yours' in terms of the looks that make you stop and photograph.
    Nice Hackney Citizen piece too!

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