Richard Nicholl
Richard Nicholl AW/10
I was overwhelmed by the volume of entries to my London Fashion Week Giveaway. It wasn’t just because there were so many, but because you are all so informed, and took the time to think clearly about which designers inspired you for AW/10.

As far as fashion week favourites went, Burberry were the clear winners, followed closely by Mulberry. There were plenty of honourable mentions for the brilliance of Erdem,  Holly Fulton, Charles Anastase, Osman, Mark Fast & Vivienne Westwood too.

As there were so many entries that made me hoot with laughter, I’ve decided to give away some extra things, so there are four recipients in total. The items are listed here.

And so: the recipient of the main giveaway is:

Amelia of who said:

It’s impossible to pick one!
Topshop Unique
for their animals of Farthing Wood on CRACK concept. Making a mono-brow look good? not easy!
Meadham Kirchhoff
for the WOW factor. Persian rugs and hot pink head scarves. Beautifully constructed.
Ashish for making me want to look like a hobo! Loved the colour and fabric.
Louise Goldin
for beautiful shapes and structures, futuristic military at its best.


The recipient of the second box of duplicates is:

Siena Somers who said

I loved Fashion for Relief in aid of Haiti as I think it was great for the fashion industry. With celebrities from Ronnie Corbett to Kate Moss modelling, it not only shows that everyone can help make a difference but demonstrates that any sized person can walk down the runway. I went to this show at LFW last week as a youth reporter for DFID (see website) and I sat 3 rows back from the front where I had an amazing view of the fabulous designs of Alexander McQueen’s blue mini dresses worn my Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and Pixie Geldof. I am sure that Lee McQueen would like to have known that the last piece he created was sold in a very good cause.

When the show ended I waited with my colleague trying to get an interview with Sarah Brown and saw a goodie bag had been left on the front row. I was going to pick it up but my conscience got the better of me, so I would love the chance to win this one!

And the recipient of the LFW/Mulberry cotton tote bags are firstly:

SisterMash who wrote a poem:

Christopher Bailey’s Burberry – Frank Sinatra inspired me to sing why…

Come fly with me, let’s fly, let’s fly away
If you can use some exciting views
There was a show in Pimlico
Come fly with me, let’s fly, let’s fly away

Come fly with me, let’s float in search of snow
In Burberry land there’s teddy furs
And Aviator chic destined to grow
Come fly with me, it’s a 3D ground-breaking show

Once you log on there, your credit card will be out
As you pre-order whilst models strut about
Once you get your order, you’ll be holding it so dear
You will hear, onlookers cheer Burberry forever

FROW wise, it’s such a starry day
Watson, Huntington-Whitely, Hudson and Danes
Not forgetting Twilight Kirsten’s pains
The collection’s perfect for a flying honeymoon, they say
Come fly with Burberry, let’s fly, let’s fly away!


and secondly, Jessica Ruston, who also wrote a poem:

Vivienne Westwood tops them all,
Her disco dandies hold me in thrall,
Tartan corsets and pirate boots,
Men in kilts and girls in suits,
Punky t-shirts with silken frocks,
Backcombed tresses and Argyle socks,
She’s Queen of London and the pick of fashion week,
Because she’s ballsy and bold, and never, ever meek.

Email me girls at libertylondongirl [at] with your mailing addresses to claim your gifts, and thank you everyone for commenting. Lots more giveaways coming up on LLG….

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Worthy winners, Congratulations to them and to you for doing such a great giveaway!


Loved Jessica’s poem – so glad she got a prize!


So chuffed that Siena Somers won something … there is now justice in the goodie bag world!



I applaud the effort and time that went into Sistermash’s Frank Sinatra inspired poem!


I’m running a new goody bag giveaway too on my blog at It’s a goody bag from NY fashion week so come by and enter!

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