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Whew, I survived another Fashion Week. Though I missed the last day and the parties thanks to a head cold. I was running around quite a bit and it caught up with me. Today I am sharing with you the first set of shows for the Oxford Fashion Studio shows. I attended the shows with my photographer Monika, my regular readers have seen her work before. I had a great time and even ran in to another blogger I follow—Miki of Mikialamode. The fashion world can be quite small world at times and I saw many recognizable faces.

I am breaking up the first set of shows in to two posts. In the this first post the designers featured are: Chaahat Thakker, handbag designer Poli and Jo, Farrah Naz and Ron Ramos. Click link to learn more about Oxford Fashion Studios. And enjoy the show!

Photography by Monika Fidler


  1. Wow, all of these collections are beautiful in their own way! I love the different shapes and silhouettes of the first one. And that navy suit is really luxe. It is always interesting to see what each designer creates.

    x Kara | http://karascloset.net

    1. I know so true. So much to see!

  2. Stunning pieces! Love the collection of different textures!


    1. There were a lot of textures. I love that about FW

  3. Oh wow, I love these! The first collection is so interesting with the structure, but I was head over heels for the blue embellished dresses. And that cape, oh my goodness! Stunning! 🙂

    Hope that you are having a good week 🙂 We finally got a break in the heatwave last night and it was so welcome!

    Away From The Blue

    1. I saw so much impeccable craftsmanship. It was truly inspiring.

  4. quite a few styles I love, black, burgundy, suits, fringe and sparkles!xx

    Have a fabulous weekend xx
    Much Love,
    Elegant Duchess xx

    1. Yes sparkle and fringe whats not to love! : )

  5. Ohh wow, what a collection. That navy silk suit and the red sequin dress with the open back are my absolute favorite pieces.


  6. I love the way you combined the collections of different designers. The first outfits were so fashion forward and reminded me of origami. The dressier outfits were also quite stunning. The blue sequins stand out in the formal looks, and I also am quite fond of that white dress with pockets.
    I also really enjoyed the monotone suitings festooned with satin ribbons.


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