The Fashion’s Night Out is a shopping event for Fashionistas and for one evening everything is about Fashion, Freebies &Prosecco.
I have to be honest, I did not really follow my game plan and every stop took longer than expected. At my first stop – the Designer Exchange Boutique in Knightsbridge – I had such a lovely time that I totally messed with the timetable! But who wouldn’t have? The Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Hermès cupcakes were too delicious and there were Bubbles and Bags. I looooove handbags – so don’t blame me.
My next stop was Selfridges
because I had to see the Chanel Pop-up Supermarket.
Unfortunately it was 8:30 PM when I arrived and they had already closed it down! I was so sad. So I went to the Rick Owens
Pop-up at the Wonder Room.
Then I was of to South Molton Street where I stopped in front of the PINKO Store. A Dj and a violine playing girl heated up the atmosphere. They played such cool music. Listen for yourself…
And finally to Bond Street, where I noticed that most of the shops were closed. So the Fashion Night Out was more like an afternoon for my understanding of time. A few brands were nighthawks though…
Perfect 10 made quick manicures in their pink dotted Mini’s and the Candy Kittens
Truck outside Fenwick was also still running.
At approximately 9:30 PM the fashion crowd was heading either home or to a private after-event. Maybe VOGUE and the shops care about the “Schönheitsschlaf” and do not want their customers to get wrinkles from not getting enough sleep. Either way I was a little disappointed and the only thing that made me smile was my balloon and the amazing fashion muffins at Designer Exchange