Part 2: London Fashion Week Street Style: Maasai necklace, plaid midi skirt, neon sweater & handbag, denim overall,

Here is a continuation of London Fashion week street style. Check out the Part 1 here. 

Guess who made an appearance? Karl Lagerfeld... kidding this was Karl Lagerfeld impersonator. What do you guys think of him? Did he do a good job impersonating Karl Lagerfeld? 

Men's black suit. Denim jumpsuit with a hat

The cheeky hats and the baroque print skirt

The monochrome trend

The Maasai beaded necklace and underwater world print

The Bold and the Beautiful (neon trend)

The kilt and fur trend

Girl meet boy (the girly look and the masculine trend)

Cool shade: Cross my heart, hope to die, & stick a needle in my eye sunglasses.

Which look do you love the most?



Great photos.
Very inspiring :)

I can’t give you a lift to the bank, it’s out of my way today.

I don't like so much the Karl Lagerfeld impersonator... sorry.
On the other hand I see many good outfits and styles.

Love these pictures.

Thanks for visiting, I really enjoy you blog, great outfits.
More than happy to follow ;)


It's really interesting to see how streetstyle differs from city to city during fashion week. In London, it seems that the outfits tend to be more futuristic and unusual, whereas here in Paris, people take more risks with colour and print, but not so much with cut.



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