Saturday, 30 September 2017

London Fashion Week - House of Mea SS18 show

The second show I attended at London Fashion Week this year was the House of Mea show. Showcasing talent from across the Middle East and Asia, the show focused on textures, textiles and tradition.

The outfits were beautifully designed with stunning textures and colours. I was so impressed with the diverse colour range, which again showed the rich heritage in fashion.

The collection was full of pieces using pure silks, georgettes, leather, Indian embroideries and three dimensional texturizing. Fabric manipulation techniques such as heat pressing, perma pleating, distressing and draping are used to create structured to flowy and exaggerated silouettes.

The show took place in the stunning Freemason's Hall in London and I had a great view of all the pieces as I was sat in the middle of the catwalk. I attended this show shortly after the Steventai show, so my outfit details are the same: Jesire trench coat, lace New Look dress and Chanel handbag.

Model images provided by House of Mea.


  1. Hey, fellow London Blogger here!

    Love the pics, especially the pic of the first outfit! Sheer and classy! You look very stylish too!

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