On Saturday morning, whilst most people were enjoying their lie ins, we were already up and getting ready for more Fashion Week fun.
At Betty Jackson, the models were being talcum powdered up to get into their slightly strange white rubber stockings. The collection was full of sheer dresses in bright red with oriental print flowers.
Pale camel tones also featured with heavy, super soft furry coats.
Hair was fixed to fall over the eye and texturised with lots of mousse and dry shampoo. The MAC make was all about contouring. Hollow cheeks with a tobacco wash over the eyelid. Lips were matted out with MAC's lip erase and brows were plumped. The reference for the make up was Winona Ryder in Beetlejuice.
House of Holland's A/W11 show was Henry's best yet. He took English country tweed and added oversized pearl embellishment and flashes of neon orange. Henry's cheeky humour was present with lottery ball-print jumpsuits and 'Hawt Couture' slogan tees.
Bright striped socks in contrasting colour were pulled high up to the knee. We had serious shoe envy when we saw these Nicholas Kirkwood heels backstage.
Make up (by MAC) focused on the skin. Healthy, dewy and very fresh, the girl looked like they had just run through a big field. A little flush of colour on the cheeks and a bold red lip finished the look.