style | 4 March 2016
London Fashion Week was a little over a week ago and already it seems like a distant memory. Something you’re quite sure happened but it’s all a blur somehow. A good kind of blur though, one that makes you all fuzzy inside. Kind of like after a good makeout session with Tom Hiddleston (in your mind – I can’t be the only one here), only better.
Between running around from one place to another in heels all day and carrying around the heaviest lens (girl has to shoot) in your (humble) arsenal, it’s always nice to have a place in Soho to temporarily call your home. That ‘home’ for many digital creatives during London Fashion Week was The Apartment. A place to rest, fuel up on the best food (thank you Starbucks, Aubaine, Krispy Kreme and Take Eat Easy), and recharge again.
Of course you’re left somewhat bewildered after London Fashion Week, when you realize there’s no Starbucks coffee being served to you anymore at home and your fridge seriously needs to be restocked.
The struggle is real y’all, during but especially after fashion week.
11h10 Edeline Lee
13h40 Manuel Facchini
09h20 Breakfast at The Apartment
15h30 Shoot at The Apartment
One day you’re done with fashion week, the next you find yourself jetting off to Paris for the fashion week of all fashion weeks: Paris Fashion Week. It happened on a whim and I don’t do whims. The most impulsive I ever am is when I decide to watch Billions on a Tuesday instead of a Monday. And that’s saying something.
So here we are, ready to do it all over again. Here’s to more running around, photographing, posing, writing, and photographing again. To a week of spontaneity and not worrying about the absence of a plan. And to many, many (guilt free) shenanigans. No great deed was ever accomplished without mischief.
In the photos: Manuel Facchini, Edeline Lee, Teatum Jones, Amanda Wakeley, The Apartment. Photography by: Igrien, Comb, Kris Atomic and Derek Bremner for The Apartment.