Kerrie Luft SS15
Thursday, 11 December 2014
I'm such a lunatic when it comes to shoes. I truly enjoy visiting the shoes department at the mall, where I like to treat them as 'a free admission art gallery'. I can wander around there for the whole day, literally. It feels unbelievably amazing to be able to lift them off the shelves, try them on, admire them but not technically buy them - Unless they were big sale signs next to them, which doesn't often exist for luxury brands. Anyway, I'm going off topic. I just wanted to share these elegantly designed heels by Kerrie Luft with you. Don't you just love the delicate heels and flower shaped details!? Although, I know that many women struggles with thin heels but don't give up... Practice makes perfect!

It is a safer option to wear these on a flat (and smooth) surface, as I know how irritating it is to get my heels stuck between gaps in the floor. The problem that occurs after that is when you actually notice that your new soles/heels has been scratched (even though you've bought them a month ago) – Ouch!
I absolutely loved the black (and white) pairs when I saw them. They're so feminine and effortlessly chic! I do believe that I've already have a great list of footwear designers that I admire, but from now on these Kerrie Luft heels will be added to my wish list. They are my ideal types of heels, I like cut outs, bootie styled heels and of course any arty looking ones tends to take my breath away!

More about Kerrie Luft here:

Written by Fashions Finest blogger Boonya Rodpunyar
My First Ever Clothes Show Live
Wednesday, 10 December 2014
When I arrived at the Birmingham NEC, I was shocked at the amount of stalls they had. Most of them had people waiting eagerly outside ready to sell you a goody bag full of make-up and other treats at a huge discount. Remembering every stall would be impossible but the few that did stand out to me were; the Diet Coke stall where they were giving out free cans and giving you the opportunity to design your own coke bottle for a competition. Coke Bottle Cartel UK who sold latex waist cinchers to accentuate your curves, they even provided one you could wear while working out. The Thunder Vodka stall, the Voss water stall which provided you with a glass water bottle with diamantes on which you could keep and there were numerous stalls selling their different makes of nail polish.

I bumped into a few celebrities on the way round. I saw Peter Andre, Joey Essex, and Amy Childs from 'The Only Way Is Essex 'and Spencer Matthews and Ollie Proudlock from 'Made in Chelsea'. I just had enough time to have a quick chat with Spencer to find out that his favourite designer is Ralph Lauren and Ollie's is Diesel and his own clothing line; Serge denimes.

Interview with Jamie Lang from 'Made in Chelsea

While I was there I had the chance to interview Jamie Lang from 'Made in Chelsea'. Jamie informed me that the best places to shop were Harrods and Selfridges. His favourite designer is Neil Barrack and he prefers to wear women's shirts as he finds that the fit is better than men's shirts. I have to say Jamie is one of the sweetest people I've ever met, maybe that's why he had the idea of starting his own company, 'Candy Kittens'. Jamie sells sweets and clothing online.
If you have never been to The Clothes show then I suggest that you put it on your to do list. The models on the catwalk looked fabulous and I managed to finish my Christmas shopping and pick up a few needed treats for myself. It is on from the 5th-9th of December and is on every year.

More about the Clothes show live here: 

Writen by Fashions Finest blogger Hayley Sweeney 
Chanel Metiers d’Art 2015
Tuesday, 09 December 2014
While gorgeous Victoria Secret models paraded down the catwalk at Earls Court in London, Chanel hosted a very different show, full of delicate beauty in Salzburg.

The annual Chanel Metiers d'Art collection always delivers in elegance, poise and beauty. This year, Karl Lagerfeld went all Austrian, choosing the chocolate box town of Salzburg as the perfect location to show his latest designs – the same beautiful town The Sound of Music was filmed in.

As for the collection, it was stunning as always. With a traditional Victorian theme, Lagerfeld sent out boxy jackets decorated in intricate gold frogging, breeches in luxe satin and knee high boots with lace tie ups. Cute Austrian hats with feathers were perched romantically upon models heads while swinging mini dresses in festive red and black looked absolutely lovely.

Oversized knitted jumpers paired with skirts hinted at 70's chic as did the high neck silk shirts, complete with colourful floral patterns around the hems and cuffs. And with supermodels such as Lara Stone, Stella Tennent, Cara Delevingne and Aymeline Valade casually strutting their stuff, this was a show with just the right mix of classic cool and traditional heritage. Fantastic!

To hear Karl Lagerfeld talk you through his Chanel collection, check out the video below:

Writen by Fashions Finest blogger Hannah Last