London Fashion Week: Street-style highlights!

Feb 21 2012 by
Categories : Fashion

From students, bloggers, stylistas and editrixes to trade insiders, the fashion-fearless Brits showed up en masse for London Fashion Week. The runway lineup was impressive, and everyone was here to support their
favourite British designersIt was chilly—but the London streets were stylin’.

THE GIRL: Hedvig is a freelance editor, photographer and blogger at
SPOTTED: The show space at Somerset House.
HER STYLE:  Urban sportif.
WHY WE LOVE IT!  This winter,
the parka was the coat du jour. Hedvig cleverly paired her Burberry Parka with a Lanvin T-shirt, J Brand jeans and Acne shoes. She completed her chic sportif look with an Alexander Wang mini handbag and a clear orange Balenciaga bangle. In case of extreme cold, she came prepared with a pair of socks in her handbag!
Dover Street Market is one of my favorite spaces when it come to designer fashion. When I want great Chinese food, I head for
Yashin in Soho for some delicious dim sum."
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THE GIRL: Emma is a fashion assistant at the
Evening Standard newspaper.
SPOTTED: Goldsmiths’ Hall heading to the House of Harlow show.
HER STYLE:  Minimalist with pops of colour.
WHY WE LOVE IT!  Emma loves to shop the high street stores like Gap, Zara and Topshop because she’s a fashionista on a budget. Emma’s look was all Zara and Topshop with a neon yellow Gap bag, which received plenty of photog attention that morning.
The Grapes pub where I can be found most days."  

THE GIRL: Camille is a student blogger at
SPOTTED: The show space at Somerset House.
HER STYLE: Girly boho.
WHY WE LOVE IT! The sheer, wide Zara trousers and Maje fur jacket turned this girly look into a feminine cocktail-hour ensemble. The look is nicely accessorized with a Topshop bright yellow sweater, Prada handbag, YSL ring and House of Harlow jewelry.
FASHION WEEK FAVORITE ADDRESSES: "I am French so I am picky about my food and I highly recommend the gastro pub around the corner here called
The Anchor and Hope. It’s not too expensive either."  

THE GIRL: Kioko is the UK corespondent for 
Vogue Japan.

SPOTTED: Brook Street in Mayfair pre Mulberry show.
HER STYLE: Notting Hill working girl chic.
WHY WE LOVE IT!  Kioko kept her look minimalist and low key with her
Jil Sandercoat, Marc Jacobs handbag and Kurt Geiger boots.
FASHION WEEK FAVORITE ADDRESSES: “I would recommend a shop in Notting Hill called 
The Village Bicycle. I just did a report on it and really liked the shop and the owner."
Nicole Comeau is ELLE Canada’s exclusive fashion week street photographer, check out more of her work at
Check Nicole’s New York streetstyle coverage for Day 1,  Day 2 , Day 3Day 4Day 5Day 6,  Day 7.
Check Nicole’s other London Week coverage.
Day 1            

Categories: Fashion