We’ve come to know that Vin + Omi put on a great show. It usually falls on the penultimate night of LFW, synchronising almost perfectly with the moment when the shows start to blur in our memories and the thought that this magical time of year is almost over makes us determinedly morose. So we are incredibly lucky that each year, the boys take it upon themselves to pep us up with something wild and crazy, each more daring than the last.
Walking into the Niro Wang AW16 show, our eyes were drawn immediately to the trail of wooden shapes littered across the catwalk, leading to the figure of a small rocking horse at the far end of the catwalk. As the lights went down, cow bells and animal sounds could be heard, transporting us far away from the grey streets of London to the agricultural Sweden of the past.
On Friday evening, the On|Off space at the Vinyl Factory was illuminated against the darkening sky. On walking in, it was clear that everyone was ready to party; Charlotte Hathaway was mid-way through a set, drinks were flowing and the room was buzzing as LFW goers wandered through the wildly dressed mannequins which were showcasing the #Tomorrow’s Talent designers.
From across the street, you could clearly tell that there was a party happening at Scream, with pink light, cocktails and the sound of 90s girl band hits spilling out onto the pavement. A few short minutes later we were inside and loving life at the Charlotte Simone AW16 presentation. View Full Post