Thursday, September 13, 2007

London Update

Quick entry as I head off to an appointment while most of you my east and west coast friends are blissfully asleep. I am not just over here partying around town. I have had several buying appointments and the shows and exhibitions begin this Saturday. So far with the help of one of my regular customers Wylder Flett we have seen and purchased MERC - always the epitome of a fresh take on the MOD London Rocker look. Also - I have been to the showroom for PRINGLE 1815 and purchased the Men's and Women's collections which I can just tell you is NOT our grandparents "twinset argyle" Pringle anymore. Sharp, edgy and high fashion the label emerges each season better then the last and I am so excited by what I have chosen and hope you will be to. Then I was fortunate enough to see a favorite original line of mine Amandarling for the first time in 2 years. This line is all about fresh, fun, summer, swimwear, fabulous cover-ups, kaftkans and tunics casual and fashionable all at the same time I think it will be perfect for us in Venice. Today I am off to see Betty Jackson. I am always excited to see what she has in store and will be attending the catwalk show for the collection next week.
So yes my dear friends I am working and will be posting some photos for you to peruse quite soon as well as ones on my day spent in Hyde Park which I am fortunate enough to reside right next to. Tuesday September 11th I spent the day exploring this massive park and took a tour of Kensington Palace (of which the street I stay on backs up directly on the residential side of it - the part in which Royal Family member still call home) This history of the palace was intriguing, their display on the history of how the fashions of the day were constructed and followed intriguing, and the exhibition of Diana- A Princess Remembered was sombering and lovely all at the same time. (She made Kensington Palace her home you know).
Off to Betty Jackson - more to follow.......

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