Its been a manic February with London Fashion Week and of course my engagement party. During the week we went to the premier of the new film starring Rebel Wilson called ‘How To Be Single’. It follows the lives and loves of four single girls in New York. Its great fun an very light-hearted and I recommend going.

How to Be Single movie poster

Dakota Johnson looked stunning in a fabulous gold dress. Rebel Wilson of course looked great too and she stole the limelight on the red carpet. We did the red carpet and then went home as I was feeling ill with my flu coming on just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Dakota Johnston in floor length gold dress

 

We ended up having a very quiet day of love but did managed to go and see the new West End musical called Mrs Henderson Presents.

The show is so good, fast, funny and with lots of great tunes. The performances are excellent and I loved the staging too. It was a also a bit of a history lesson as its all about the Windmill Club in the heart of London’s Soho so I learned a few things too.

Mrs Henderson Presents theater poster

I was lucky enough to be asked to speak at the fashion Cinematic event at the picture house cinema in the west end this week. The event was a brilliant way to see some fantastic fashion films by some highly influential filmmakers including Rankin and many others.

I really enjoyed the discussion with contemporaries from London college of fashion and Vimeo to name but a few. My dear friend Tallia Storm was there with her fabulous sister Tessie, Tallia looked stunning in a lovely Lipsy two piece I chose for her to wear for this pre-Fashion Week event

Tallia Storm and Nick Ede

It was also the BAFTAs this month and there were some stunning outfits. My dear friend Laura Whitmore was hosting the red carpet and looked amazing in an electric blue dress and killer heels.

I missed Fashion Week as I was my big brother’s stag weekend but I’ve kept up with all the styles on and off the catwalk. My favourite show has to have been the Julien Macdonald show with its stunning designs and intricate embellishments.

Other shows I loved the look of were the Henry Holland show and of course the Erdem one – I love his use of colour. So many stars were on the front row and my fave was Lottie Moss at Top Shop, Millie Mackintosh at Julien Macdonald and the lovely Olivia Palmero who always looks fantastic.

Next month I’ll be talking about the Oscars and much much more!

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