This star-studded London event was actually the opening of a Pop Up store benefitting Fashion For Relief. And with boldfaces — and clothes — like this, it looks poised for success.
Sophie Ellis Bextor trades in her usual mid-century togs for a more recent vintage; keeps the pretty.
Speaking of late 20th century, Keisha Buchanan.
Between the shoes and the skirt, Naomi Campbell won't be walking anywhere tonight.
Elen Rives channels a stained-glass window circa '74. I'm seeing guitar in this church.
Ana Araujo shows one way to do the sheer blouse: toning it down with a jacket and scarf.
I love the way Beverley Knight uses shades of gray (grey, I guess, considering the locale) to add depth to this ensemble!
You can just tell "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" was playing in Bip Ling's room while she got dressed. We've all been there.
Shingia Shoniwa balances the boldness of her frock with an assertive shoe, and totally pulls it off.