It was Day Three of LFW had a precious few minutes to actually hang out, outside at the Lavazza truck like I loved doing in previous fashion weeks. Jen, the Style Crusader, was feeling chilly so I loaned her one of my favourite fashion items, my mom's old camel coloured suede car coat coat, ripped in a few places (Shini showed me how I can repair it tho: an actual attempt at DIY, or rather, make do and mend).
Rhianna, who I first met the previous September fashion week, showed up with her friend (I forgot his name: nice guy). We were chatting a few minutes and then Jen saw these guys and went to take their photos. It was one of those 'don't you know who I am moments' but we truly don't know who they are.
It's funny cause we were in Hoxton yesterday - went back to the Breakfast Club for a breakfasty lunch, after having such a great time on Thursday (Jen's already posted about it - I haven't even uploaded yet), and as we drove down Old Street Mr. Dot pointed someone out and said 'look at her hair' - it was Rhianna, with a friend's six year old daughter! Ran out, quick chat, big bear hug, back in the car.
It's meant to be 70 degrees fahrenheit today - in OCTOBER! - and sunny, so we're heading out of London to swim outside in a heated pool, but I wanted to get another post up in my black white and camel series. Just a few shots taken within minutes of each other. No point to this post, really, except I'm starting to think that attitude is everything.