Grazia Doggy Blog 3 - I've gone Style Hunting!

22 September 2010

 Grazia Doggy Blog 2: I Become An Alexa-type Style Icon
Next over the dirty ol' River Thames to see Jonathan Saunders' show.
Gadzooks!
What are all THESE little guys doing here? I feel mortified ! I wonder if there is time to go home and change?
Oh well. I think I'm just going to hold my head up and pretend I haven't seen them.
After all, they might have copied my look, but they certainly don't have my fashion connections! *brushes speck of lint away with paw*Next over the dirty ol' River Thames to see Jonathan Saunders' show.Next over the dirty ol' River Thames to see Jonathan Saunders' show.

Parte trois of Colin the Corgi's Big Day Out at London Fashion Week, and I'm turning my attention to street style. Even for a connoisseur like myself, it's pretty rich pickings around the show venues. AND with my extra low vantage point, I've focusing particularly on the fabulous footwear.

Huffing and puffing on my little legs I'm still faster than those fashionistas in heels. I don't even know why they do it even when they know the square at Somerset House is ENTIRELY COBBLED! Anyway. Fash is NOTHING if not about networking, hence I've been cozying up to top blogger Susie Bubble, BNTM judge Grace Woodward, and designer Lu Flux. Gosh! Sometimes the effort of thinking up conversation topics is SIMPLY TOO MUCH and I jump up for a cuddle instead.

(Top picture) Fashion blogger Ben wearing  Lanvin shoes and Celine trousers. Are they comfy for a boy? "Why yes, they are a very masculine cut to start with". What a good tip, Ben!

Grace Woodward wearing Whistles, Nicholas Kirkwood for Rodarte shoes. Grace asked me to say hello to everyone back at Grazia HQ "They're hands down my favourite magazine!" Consider it done, Miss Woodward.

Lauren Howes, UCA student 19 wearing H&M top, vintage trousers and shoes, and a BRILLIANT camera bag from an antique shop.

Fashion blogger extraordinaire, Susie Bubble wearing vintage coat (she cut the sleeves off herself!), Balenciaga dress, jacket by TKO, and shoes by Acrobat of the Gods.

Audrey wearing Asos feather collar, lovely hat, Zara dress and vintage sunglasses and looking all the more mysterious for it, if I say so myself.

Kelly Bowerbank of The Guardian fashion desk, wearing wearing Clarks shoes, House of Holland tights and dress from Topshop.

Lu Flux, designer, wearing her own label


Phew! Chasing after all these characters has proved quite exhausting. I'm off for a serious session in the basket and perhaps a few morsels to chew on. Hasta la vista campers!


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