Fashion Editor's been running around town catching all the shows at London Fashion Week spring/summer 2012.
Locations are key during LFW, with so many back to back shows and parties in the evening, event venues can become repetitive so when something special comes along, it can really lift tired journalists spirits.
It's day four of this season's LFW schedule and a few venues have stood out as 'cool spots'.
1) Battersea Power Station, Battersea (The red lights are mesmerising and the industrial element makes it feel edgy)
2) The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
(It's like you're sitting in a glass dome, there's so much light and feels very 'fairytale')
3) The Old Sorting Office, New Oxford Street (Purely because I can't stop staring at the glass baubles that are suspended from the ceiling!)
4) The Old Eurostar Terminal, Waterloo Station (Topshop's show space, the catwalk venue for designers like Michael Van Der Ham and Peter Pilotto is pretty unique, and has its own bar!)
Labels: London Fashion Week, London Fashion Week Spring Summer 2012