FFG Flashback 2012 Part Three: Ibiza calling to New York Christmas Shopping

 The final installment, folks, starting with a trip to Ibiza with Martini.

Then I was honoured to co-host an event with Coco’s Tea Party and Liberty London Girl at Coach for Fashion’s Night Out.

The very next day I as on a plane to New York for NYFW. Insane times, great views!

Highlights of the week included sitting front row for Oscar de la Renta and attending my first ever Ralph Lauren show.

Then I was straight back to London for London Fashion Week where I ran into Anna Wintour, quite literally, not one but three times. And of course Anya Hindmarch’s SS13 invitation deserves honourable mention!

 Hope you all had a chance to see my collection for River Island!

 …and my special project with Michael Kors to launch the new Covent Garden store!

 A big highlight for 2012 was attending the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York.

 And then coming straight back to help De Beers with a very special holiday campaign.

Just when I thought things couldn’t get any more exciting, I was asked to participate in a campaign with Rankin. This was my second time shooting with him… and I’m hoping there will be a third in the future!

I hope you supported Innocent Smoothies this Christmas by purchasing their smoothies featuring special hats this season, including one designed by Fashion Foie Gras! Oh, and that man on the right… he was undressing for us at the Mr. Porter event. Definitely a night to remember.

 The most beautiful dinner I have ever attended, held in the Burlington Arcade for Salvatore Ferragamo.

Phenomenal hotel of the year, if not lifetime, goes to Claridges where I stayed in the Diane von Furstenberg Suite.

And finally, I spent the last few days of 2012 in the USA, starting with a trip to NYC where I stayed at the Algonquin Hotel. And what’s a trip to NYC without a shopping trip at Coach?

Happy 2013, everyone! Here’s hoping this year will be just as memorable as the last. And once again, thank you so much for all of your supports. PBS really has it right when they say “Made possible by … Viewers Like You.”


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