On Trend event @ Westfield, London

With the Autumn/ Winter trends coming into season and London Fashion Week starting today, there is all sorts of fabulous buzz around the fashion world.

wearing Rebellious Fashion jumpsuit and this jacket made by me

Today, I had the honour of being invited to the first preview of the ‘On Trend’ fashion event at Westfield, London. The event consisted of a wonderful catwalk, pop-up beauty stands and, my favourite part: food and alcohol. Powered by Dyson and in association with Elle, Cosmopolitan and Esquire, the event sure was a sensational experience.


The catwalk show exhibited major fashion brands including Topshop, Maje and Next showcasing some of their new and exciting product.

Every brand used a unique theme which were all expertly executed; it was an extraordinary show and a feast for the eyes (mainly because the models were absolutely beautiful, see below).



My favourite look came from the ‘Portobello Road’ by Warehouse and Aldo. It was a flowing floral printed day dress, paired with a gorgeous aviator and patent leather biker boots, this juxtaposition gave an amazing, new grunge vibe. The outfit did seem quite reminiscent of the Coach Fall 2015 collection, but I am not complaining! This style is definitely on my radar for the Autumn/Winter season.



The event is now open to the public until the 17th, and its FREE (who doesn’t love free?!). So if you fancy a trip to Westfield, and a wonderful insight into the new trends this season, get yourself down!

Links to the outfit details I wore to this wonderful event are linked below:





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