Best Front Row:
Burberry as always didn’t disappoint with the likes of Naomie Harris, Tinie Temphah and Carine Roitfeld seated up front
Roksanda Ilincic got us thinking about ballerina headbands
Bordeaux coloured lips and heavily blushed cheeks was the order of the day from Matthew Williamson, an elegant relief in the mass of barely there make-up that has dominated the catwalk
Loving the printed slip-on loafers that Mother of Pearl offered us
Mary Katrantzon took us to utilitarian clutch heaven and I said yes please!
Not likely to wear to my local French Market:
These actually bought a smile to my face thinking of the stall owners faces if I walked through the Sunday market in these Simone Rocha slippers.
Best for the party season:
Once again Julien Macdonald owned this category daring us to bear as much as we dare!
Joseph got me wanting to snuggle up in their variety of outerwear
Most likely to wear in the South of France:
I think Marios Schwab could get the lovely ladies here in the south strutting their stuff in his casual chic pieces
I so fell in love with Peter Pilotto graphic ribbed knits, definitely on my list for next winter.
And next week to Milan