Fashion Night Out

Nick Campbell sunglasses, McGraw long sleeve top, Karen Millen leather wrap mini skirt, Karen Millen suede bag and Karen Millen over the knee suede boots

Vogue’s annual Fashion Night Out is upon us, and tomorrow night I’m hosting a little soirée with iconic British brand Karen Millen. If you’re not familiar with Vogue’s yearly shindig (which happens at different dates across the globe), the concept is pretty simple. For one night, London’s streets take on the biggest shopping event of the year, with everyone from small boutiques to department stores opening their doors in the name of good times, music and a delicious drink or two.

So if you’re in town and like the idea of browsing the latest collection from Karen Millen with a drink in hand, come down to their Regent Street store any time from 6pm. And if you’re in the mood, I’ll even be offering a little styling advice throughout the evening… See you there!

Relaxed Basics

Nick Campbell sunglasses, J Brand tee, Filippa K suede coat, J Brand ‘Jake’ jeans and Jimmy Choo suede pumps

When it comes to everyday style – the sort of thing I pull on for lunch with friends, a quick meeting or drinks with my other half – it’s all about being comfortable and relaxed. I like the idea of dressing down, as slouchy as can be, while still walking out the door in beautifully made pieces.

Think your most-loved denim, super simple pumps or the softest oversized tee. It’s relaxed, but underneath not actually that basic at all… Which is why I’ve joined forces with J Brand to get some serious mileage out of these Jake boyfriend jeans. In a word (or two); slouchy perfection. There’s no doubt about it, I am the JAKE.

Big Knit

Nick Campbell sunglasses, Proenza Schouler turtleneck (similar roll neck jumpers here and here), Uniform Studios skirt (similar black skater skirt here), Larsson & Jennings watch, Danielle Foster clutch and Saint Laurent boots (budget option here)

The confused in-between weather that hangs around during Autumn is my favourite when it comes to getting dressed; it opens a up a world of options. Chunky knitwear with thigh-skimming minis, long trenches with denim cut-offs… It’s the best.

To be fair it’s not actually cold that cold (particularly by London standards) but since I’m planning on avoiding the majority of winter this year I’m being a little cheeky and attempting to make the most of winter dressing while I can. So for the next month it’s all about delicious coats and oversized knitwear…

Photos by Frances