For me, the most fascinating side of almost any event is what happens behind the scenes.
On the first day of Fashion Week in London, I must have had some serious coffee cravings.
Having spent a couple of days back on home turf, catching up with bits and bobs, it suddenly dawned on me that with all the rushing around I’d barely seen my fella.
One final post from New York City, and rather predictably, it’s a new brunch place for you to check out!
But trust me when I say I’ve saved the best ’til last.
My thinking on Fashion Week is that if you’re interested in the shows, you’ll either go to them, watch a live stream, or look them up the second they finish and the guests tumble out into the street.
So, I think you might feel as I do… that the in-between bits are actually the best bits.
Racing around a bustling metropolis, trying to get to shows on time, catching up with old (and new) friends, and experiencing all the food you possibly can.