Miss Brit continues her London adventures by partying harder, heeling higher, and unexpectedly having a Gisele moment...
Still suffering the demise of BoomBox, the West end got a fix of Richard Mortimer's genius with the launch party of his new website, PonyStep
, at Sketch on Sunday night.
Dressed in an oversized men’s ribbed cardigan from YSL and my new Louboutins, I mingled with designer Osman Yousefzada before hitting the dance floor with Henry Holland dancing to eighties beats.
I felt rather like a plain Jane compared to the guests who were decked in Gareth Pugh finery, but was eased after discussing hot new label Sibling with knitwear genius Sid Bryan and stylist Judy Blame.
After a brief visit to the iconic toilet pods I decided it was time to head home (after all it was a school night) and left with a gorgeous goody bag from MAC.
Famed for their cool parties that get all the fashion pack cramming in to exceptionally small spaces, Uniqlo also threw a soiree on Thursday night. Celebrating the launch of Matt Irwin's "Portraits from London and New York" at the UT Gallery, their new pop-up shop in Brick Lane, mag editors joined cool east end kids to sip on mini bottles of pop and listen to Alexa Chung, CSS's Lovefoxxx and Indie band Metronomy spinning some tracks. Never one to miss a party, Peaches Geldof got the paparazzi going while we moved on for a swift drink in the nearby George and Dragon to get out of the madness.
Suffering a slight hangover today it was straight to Cecconis for a well-needed breakfast – followed by lunch at Rocket with author and Galliano muse, Camilla Morton. Happily eating a chocolate brownie for dessert just before she is about to meet Gisele to go shopping (not a pastime I envy) she told me about the launch of her new book, A Year In High Heels, of which Gisele is only one of the fashion-y contributors. Am now vowing to spend the long weekend chilling out and getting some tips and tricks on how to be, well, more Gisele-like. As if that is possible.MISS BRIT