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Vauxhall Fashion Scout
is the home of new talent, responsible for launching a
number of designers and was held at the Freemasons’ Hall in Covent Garden – an absolutely gorgeous venue which saw hundreds of elegant and
beautiful people float through the grand entrance; Kate Moss, Alexandra Burke and Amelle Berrabah to name but a few.
Over the six days in which the event took place, we were lucky enough to be joined by a host of fashion, beauty and grooming bloggers looking to drool over the stunning dresses and cast their expert eyes over the key make-up looks created by Lan Nguyen, head make-up artist at VFS using The Body Shop range. Meeting the bloggers was ultimately my highlight of the few days I was able to attend – they were so lovely and all seemed to enjoy checking the AW12 looks.
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was House of Evolution (see below) – this had to be one of my favourites. The collection showcased the work of a number of four extremely talented designers. Self- taught seamstress Nadine Merabi caught my eye and
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After the show, I had a few hours to chill out before the finale for the day. So I headed to Zara in search for
something that vaguely resembled one of the beautiful gowns presented by Nadine Merabi – as much as I love the high-street, nothing came close. The final show was Pam Hogg’s collection, which attracted a huge crowd of fashionistas, celebs and top journalists. The designs were super-fun (one outfit consisted of pretty bows strategically placed to hide the model’s modesty) and was a perfect end to a fabulous day.
Here’s a snapshot of what I was up to and some backstage snippets.