Feeling the blues now that fashion week is over?

Updated: Feb 29, 2020

Hey beautiful Empresses, It’s Addy here back with more of Fashion week look backs from sunny…. I mean rainy London. I am a London Fashion Correspondent for Indigo Blue Style and designer & stylist So, Fashion Week is very exciting to me as well as all of you lovely fashionistas.

During London Fashion Week I attended Oxford Fashion Studio SS20 show that supports and showcases independent emerging designers.

Let’s reminisce some of the highlights and the designers that stood out for me were;

Point Zero One SS20

Point Zero One’s designs have an elegance and tranquil look about them. Appealing to women who appreciate independent fashion-conscious focused brands.

Beautiful detail from Point Zero One

King and Reign

King and Reign, Vivication collection SS20 by Kiarash Tarikhi emitted bold, feminine, courageous and beauty to the catwalk. The brand focuses on durability and sustainability. The colour theme is based on black for the past, silver for the present and pink for future possibilities.

Amaranthine Atelier

The collection by Amaranthine caught the attention of many with their aesthetically pleasing military style with glamour.

Amaranthine Atelier
The colour palette consisted of natural earthy tones and paired with gold coloured accessories. The concept paid homage to the Indonesian National Heroes.

Leonie Mergen
Leonie Mergen is a German couture design brand. I fell in love with this sophisticated, clear cut and bold suit.

Leonie Mergen
Another design I loved from Leonie Mergen was an elegant cape coat. All garments are crafted in Germany and are sustainably friendly.

I also had the privilege of talking with the lovely Austri Vivas celebrity makeup artist and hair stylist about working backstage during fashion week, such a talented artist, a lot of hard work and passion goes into each show and look, we got some insight into some of the shows she was apart of during fashion week and the celebrity looks she created.

Austri loves to create a dewy healthy glowing look. She says a good skin prep is essential for a good dewy look.

To see more of Austri's work visit her Instagram page @austri_mua

For Tina Kunakey’s look Austri created a fresh and radiant look. On Austri’s Instagram page @austri_mua you can find all the details about what makeup products she used for the look. Tina wore Moncler and Richard Quinn from their Genius collection.

Lady Kitty Spencer wore Dolce and Gabbana to Fashion for Relief. They went for the classic Dolce and Gabbana look contoured face with a bold matte cherry lip colour. Hair was styled in sleek backed bun with middle parted hair

Cindy Bruna top model looked stunning wearing Ashi Studio Couture SS2019. Austri created a fresh and elegant look for the evening.

So, there we have it, a little look back of this September 2019 Fashion Week.

Which shows from this season, did you enjoy the most?

Bye Empresses till next time

Addy Jay