London Fashion Week: Goodie bag giveaway

by Sasha Wilkins on February 25, 2010 · 357 comments

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THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!

As a big old thank you  for visiting this blog & for being the best readers a girl could wish for, I am giving away my front row gift bags & presents from London Fashion Week, including the one voted Best Goodie Bag by Vogue – House of Holland’s containing a unique HoH clutch bag. (I conservatively place the value of the Grand Selection at £500+)

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In addition, my lovely friend, the fashion editor Wardrobe Slave generously gave me a bag of her gifts to add to the pile. As there are some duplicates, I have put together a second bundle of gifts, and will also be awarding a mystery make-up third prize.

All you have to do is leave a comment below telling us who is your favourite  designer showing at London Fashion Week this season and why. (The list is here.)

GRAND SELECTION
Alice by Alice Temperley T-shirt, Swarovski red crystal heart necklace, OPI nail varnish, Clipper Fairtrade Tea from VIP Alice in Wonderland screening, plus Bally brown leather hardback notebook, Topman Design notebook & pencil, lots of Revlon makeup incl 8 lipglosses, Peroni photographic book, Antonio Berardi cotton tote bag, House of Holland clutch bag, set of Sebastian hair products, boxed knickers by Faster by Mark Fast, TIGI hair styling products, lots of Weleda products, Herbal Essences shampoo & conditioner, PPQ cotton tote bag, L’Oréal Professionelle haircare travel set, SUQQU lipgloss, L’Oréal Crystal Gloss, Osman cotton tote bag, Elemis Pro-Radiance Skin Cleanser, Stalo Markides cellphone cover, Grazia Fashion Tour cotton tote bag, L’Oréal lipstick, official LFW/Mulberry cotton tote bag, selection of MAC makeup, Label M styling products, selection of Korres mens skincare, Redken mens hairwax, Hotel du Chocolat Caramel Heart, Mulberry mask, MAN cotton tote bag, selection of Barbara Daly makeup, Happy Socks, Kiehl’s mens skincare, James Long cotton tote bag

Second Selection:

Osman cotton tote bag, lots of Revlon makeup, Topman Design notebook & pencil, MAC makeup, selection of Sebastian hair products, PPQ cotton tote bag, Herbal Essences shampoo

The gifts came from both the designers & from the sponsors of the following designers: Roksanda Ilincic, Osman, Antonio Berardi, Bally, House of Holland, Mark Fast, Mary Katranzou, Jean-Pierre Braganza, PPQ, Topman Design, MAN, Amanda Wakeley, James Long, Basso & Brooke, Central St.Martins, Mulberry

Disclaimer: There is no purchase necessary for entry. Contents may vary slightly. If sent abroad, recipient is responsible for any customs charges.

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Marta Richards February 25, 2010 at 21:23

I didn’t have time to look at all of the collections but I loved Burberry and Nicole Farhi and hated Topshop. I prefer tailoring and I liked the military looks of Burberry–and the versatility and ease of the designs, which looked practical and comfortable in addition to chic. I love Farhi and the attention to detail as well as the originality of some of the designs but all were ladylike and beautiful. Topshop was just ugly.

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Brittany Niedfeldt February 25, 2010 at 21:25

If I really have to choose a favorite designer from the Fashion Week, I think i would have to choose SASS & BIDE. I really love how they use blacks and metallics but they also still make the clothing very figure flattering along with billowy or loose. I love to stand out and make an appearance with my clothes and if I could, I would definitely wear their clothes everyday. After all, I was nominated best dressed at my high school. I try to stay up to date and do my research on trends, and I love how unique and modern, yet futuristic their style is. Oh how I wish i could wear those clothes.

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enna. February 25, 2010 at 21:30

Kinder Aggugini! I loved the mix of drapey and tailored, of historical and modern. And the coats—I’m suck a sucker for coats.

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eye4style February 25, 2010 at 21:38

I’m a big fan of Henry Holland – I wish I could have been there myself!

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mali February 25, 2010 at 21:46

most of Amanda Wakeley: loved the layers over the shoulders; the big collars; muted colors.
lovin’ your new site as well. you must have energy coming out of all pores (small ones mind you) b/c all that you have done these past weeks, i am exhausted!

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michele February 25, 2010 at 22:08

Antoni & Alison! The clothes manage to be both whimsical and practical. And they make me smile.

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Annette February 25, 2010 at 22:09

Burberry, of course. Classic London…with the edge to set it above the rest! How can you not want everything in that collection?

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Em February 25, 2010 at 22:16

Orla Kiely! Alas, being so far away LFW was all online for me and I didn’t catch every show but when I saw this collection I pretty much wanted everything. Simply put – I could, would, and I want to wear it all. Love the dresses, the collars, the sleeve lengths, the details, the colours. Thoroughly modern and completely scrummy. Mmmmm…

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tina February 25, 2010 at 22:21

my favorite was vivienne westwood. i loved the variety – from sparkling, sequinned disco balls of skirts to hot pink plaid trousers to more toned-down looks, like a black coat ensemble that was one of my favorites… not to mention a certain t-shirt, of which the shock factor alone made notable. while the line does not reflect my personal style very much, i loved seeing each look and appreciated the beautiful outfits and the wild vibe.

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Melanie February 25, 2010 at 22:22

I really loved the timeless, sleek, and dignified looks on the runway at Aquascutum. And the gorgeous caftan and draped looks sashaying about at Mark Fast. Give me lots of fabric, folded and flowing dramatically any day!

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