Jubilee-ing and school holidays have meant a very delayed Brighton Fashion Week post!
The week kicked off with Brighton Frocks, a show full of fun, glam fifties, latex and the general craziness that characterises this wonderful city. Day 2 was time for the much anticipated Zeitgeist show which I was personally most excited about attending. Lots of fresh talent, my favourites being the gorgeous simplistic cuts of Lesley de Freitas (image 1&2), the pattern and colour of Isolated Heros (image 3&4) and the fabulous prints on display at Kay Kwok (image 5). The evening drew to a dramatic close with Jess Eaton's Road Kill Couture (image 6&7) which took everyone's breath away.
All Saints Church in Hove made for a fantastic venue, and the atmosphere on both evenings I attended was great, with none of that pretentious fashion vibe... Brighton Fashion Week is going from strength to strength and a real credit to the city. I'm looking forward to the next one already.