Fashion show: Grazia & One New Change

On Friday night my friend Jo and I attended the Grazia and One New Change fashion show. It exceeded all our expectations – champagne on arrival, front row seats, goody bags, more champagne, amazing outfits on the catwalk (particularly from Topshop, Next and Reiss), an introduction from Grazia’s lovely style director Paula Reed and an unbelievable setting. I blogged about it last week (CLICK HERE to view my original post) – but the ‘new view’ as seen from the One New Change rooftop terrace is truly incredible, especially by night. It is quite quiet at the moment too, as it has only just opened – so get up there quick! Very romantic – you can see so many London landmarks, and as I tweeted at the time – it made me fall a little bit more in love with London. 
THANKS GRAZIA & ONE NEW CHANGE!

It was a brilliant show of some of the fab labels the centre has on offer. Some of the catwalk highlights… red was a key colour, as well as sky blue (as seen on the Hugo Boss dresses below). Labels on the catwalk were; Reiss, Karen Millen, Banana Republic, LK.Bennett, Next, Hugo Boss, H&M, Phase Eight and Topshop…

I had to share these fun rooftop photos with you; not only of the amazing view but I love the effect of the blurred lights from using the slow shutter speed… You can see the Tate Modern, the London Eye lit up in pink, and the OXO tower – that’s the small red glow by the wheel – Stunning! 

A shared love of champagne xxx

5 Comments

  1. November 22, 2010 / 1:21 pm

    You do get around don't you missy!? This looks fab, wish I would've been there.

    Sally x

  2. Gill
    November 22, 2010 / 6:26 pm

    How amazing, this is on my 'places to visit' next time I'm in London. The catwalk show looked great too.

  3. November 23, 2010 / 9:44 am

    Lol, I like to keep busy! It was so much fun, would recommend a visit up there to anyone – I'm thinking of any excuse to go back! xx

  4. November 23, 2010 / 11:23 am

    That looks lovely – should have taken my mum there for a drink instead of the bloody Ritz!

    Helena

    PS. Thanks for you follow on my blog. xx

  5. November 23, 2010 / 11:47 am

    Sorry to hear about that awful experience – terrible that they can serve that poor quality. One to avoid! I've heard good things about the Langham.

    Yes this was fab, think I heard talk of a roof garden coming in the summer, which would be beautiful! xx

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