This was such a lively, fashionable night, with so much happening all around London's West End shopping district. From 6pm till around 11pm there were in store events, complimentary drinks, and even mini catwalk shows and photoshoots.
This was a global event in all fashion capitals, and if you click the link below you can see what it
was all about from a star studded advert they were showing for New York's Fashion Night Out.
Here is Vogues review of London's Fashion Night Out.
We started off the night by having drinks on the top floor of Urban Outfitter's, listening to a live DJ set and having a browse round the store, the whole atmosphere was great! There is also a polaroid exhibition going on at the moment showing polaroid cameras from over the years.
Tops for sale to celebrate the event, all money goes to the 'Crisis' charity
Liberty had there 'Hermes Pour Liberty' event on and were serving french martinis upstairs! I loved this amazing length of scarves they had tied attached and hung from the top floor.
A window display made up of scarf boxes for the new Hermes collection made for Liberty.
In Liberty they were allowing visitors to try on scarves, or get themselves styled up, and photographed wearing them by a professional photographer. Hermes brought a French feel to Liberty, which is usually very traditionally British.
There were live models in a few of the window displays, this is Louis Vuitton's below.
Here are a couple of photo that I took of live window displays at Zara on Oxford Street
In Chanel on Bond street we queued to view an amazing photoshoot with Erin O'Connor and Daisy Lowe. With probably only about 30 people upstairs in Chanel it was a great experience, as we were right at the front, able to view the interviews, the shoot and the styling.
Anyone interested in Fashion I would definitely recommend this to next time it comes around. There was so much to offer with lots of things to go and see or even take part in. This really was a celebration of fashion!