London Fashion Week DAY 2 ... The Future and Wearable Art

LFW Day 2 ... 
The Future, Wearable Art & My Game Face Outfit Lighting the way...

Today I choose to wear an outfit that I designed and made a few years back and I absolutely loved every minute of wearing it …I really love to explore different types of creative ways of expressing myself when it comes to dressing my body i hardly pay attention to trends or critics.

The drive me wild bomber is a key piece from my Kawaii inspired collection and the long sheer hooded dress with LED lights is from my ‘Futrue Now’/ futuristic clothing Collection and oh boy excuse me whilst I hold my breath… first time I looked in the mirror at my face and thought damn girl your beautiful Ha Ha Ha, I just love this tattoo on my face, this idea was inspired by the components of car engine parts. WELCOME TO MY CREATIVE MIND ... ON MY BODY…

...Right back to LFW daily lol, although I thoroughly enjoy taking pictures of creative street style outfits, talking to people and networking, I unfortunately didn’t get to experience much of the above at LFW Day 2, as my camera was hibernating from that awful fall at LFW Day 1 yikes >.< and I didn’t want to make friends with a hospital bed because of a trucks or taxis or cars whilst getting my picture taken/ taking pictures of various street styles on Brewer Street Soho LOL!

Meeeeeh… I missed being apart of the buzzing street style atmosphere for that day, because to me this is where I seem to find more genuine lovers of this art medium called fashion.

After 2mins we left the fashionable chaotic brewer street crazyness, to go and watch some much needed catwalk shows at the Grand Connaught Rooms for the Fashion finest event.

Within minutes of the catwalk show I was completely in awe of Fabricated Fashions’ collection, it totally took me back to the amazing clothing I sew at the John Paul Gaultier exhibition.

As the golden corset armour tops both for men and women graced the runway it also silenced the audience completely, none of that prestige (throws hands in the air dramatically) bourgie bourgie attitude at this catwalk show (insert pissing my panties with laughter emoji) ‘Fabricated Fashions’, collection is exactly what it looks like when fabric exploration, creativity and the body meet in unison, with a touch of medieval but sophisticated and wearable, this of course was my highlight of Day 2 at LFW and it made all the stressful crazyness worth it! 

Fabricated Fashions’ collection video below

From Google images

From Google images

BYE BYE London Fashion Week Untill next time….

Sheer LED Hooded Dress  - designed and made By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

CAR/ Drive Me Wild Bomber Jacket - designed and made By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

Earrings/ Jewelry  - By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

Hair Styled - By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

Shoes Lights - By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

NOX Sneakers - By @Undergroundshoes

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