EcoLuxe London Showroom during London Fashion Week

This year Plastic Seconds was thrilled to take part in EcoLuxe London during London Fashion Week! We made a lot of new friens and discovered a few new cool sustainable brands. I was really pleased I had the idea to ask ethical stylist Lucy Harvey to come with me and do something during the event as I believe she made the event so much more fun, interesting and interactive with her 'Get Pimped, Papped and Tweeted' service! Lucy was placed at the entry of the showroom and upon arrival press and buyers were treated to an opportunity to be styled with clothes and accessories from the designers' stands and then be photographed and tweeted. Apart from exhibiting during the event, I was also there to photograph it and collect material for a review of EcoLuxe London in Amelia's Magazine! - do go and have a read! Many thanks to Stamo and Elena Garcia for inviting me to exhibit!

The Plastic Seconds display!

one of my latest Plastic Seconds fascinators

another one of my latest fascinators made from three lids perfectly fitting into each other!

Lucy Harvey's clever and pretty Fortune Tellers which she used as marketing material

Here is the gorgeous Lucy Harvey herself wearing 2 Plastic Seconds pendants and earrings.

The styled visitors were photographed by Lucy's talented assistant Charlie Divall

Here Lucy is styling Henrietta Rose Samuels from Hetty Rose with the Plastic Seconds headpiece and a Plastic Seconds necklace

Here the beautiful and lovely Alice Wilby from FutureFrock has been styled by Lucy Harvey with a Monique Luttin fascinator and Plastic Seconds pendants

Here a rather colourful press visitor wearing a pink coat by Stamo

I loove this image in which Lucy has styled the one and only Lupe Castro with a 'Supported by Rain' raincoat and a Plastic Seconds fascinator

These are two images from an upcoming exhibition by Lucy Harvey and FutureFrock - the necklaces on the right are made by Plastic Seconds from recycled contact lenses cases!

My neighbour exhibitor was INALA LONDON who makes colourful super versatile clothes - this piece can be worn either as harem pants or as a top!!!

Here  Lucy Harvey in an INALA LONDON dress models a Plastic Seconds necklace

Also beautiful Lucy wearing again an all-in-one by INALA LONDON (which as you can see below turns into a hooded dress!) and accessorising it with a Plastic Seconds statement pendant

Lucy wearing another one of our huuuuge new necklaces/pendants!

 Alice Wilby from FutureFrock  came on both days to the show - the first day wearing this gorgeous orange jacket which paired perfectly with this little Plastic Seconds pendant (it's hers now!)

The second day Alice came wearing this brilliant scarf she has just bought from London Fashion Week exhibitor AISTE NESTEROVAITE

A gorgeous pair of shoes from lovely shoe designer Hetty Rose

I quite liked the unconventional shapes of Linnie Mclarty's jewellery

Bailey Tomlin - another exhibitor - had not only made this detailed strawberry necklace but also was a wonderful woman!

Two more lovely people were the couple behind The Golden Grass Company who were showing this really smart clutch

A collection that made a real impression on me was 'Supported by Rain' - smart,colourful, funky raincoats!

This is a belt made out of empty bullets by Stamo

Here Stamo wearing a quite exentric jacket she designed herself!

I was really pleased Helena Maratheftis and Eleni Sardi could make it to the show!

Also pretty pretty illustrator Emma Block - who along with and a fe others we made the London Fashion Week Amelia's Magazine team! - popped in between shows 

Here is Emma Block's flatmate who is writing a dissertation related to ethical fashion and came to do some research wearing this necklace she made from weird little packaging things her parents who work in a hospital gave her - I know! you should see what MY father gives me from his medical dealings!

Absolutely stunning Alia Gargum - another one from the Amelia's Magazine London Fashion week team - here wearing a Monique Luttin bird scull fascinator

And at the entry of the show it was lovely to see Amelia's Compendium of Fashion Illustration - an anthology by Amelia Gregory of Amelia's Magazine featuring an array of great ethical designers illustrated by talented illustrators.