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Five Fashion Questions with Invader Girl

Sunday 20 September 2015

We’re joining forces with the one and only Invader Girl for LFW this season! In amongst a hectic schedule of walking for Pam Hogg [pictured], having a ball at fashion parties and seeing shows by the likes of Sorapol and Gyunel, we managed to squeeze in five questions of fashion chat with the style-loving musician, producer, actor and model. 

Invader Girl is also reporting for us on our Twitter and Instagram platforms over the course of London Fashion Week – check them out!


How would you describe your style?

There’s always a hint of desperately wanting to be a superhero, so lots of metallics and fitted stuff. Like a fantasy space girl warrior! Or maybe I look like a bit of a tosser… I just like to have fun with clothes.

Who is your favourite designer?

It changes aaaaall the time! I’ve (somewhat predictably) been obsessed with the last couple of Moschino collections, and my new favourite shoe designer is Sophia Webster after attending her LFW presentation today. I’m wearing some of her shoes tonight! Instant love!

What’s your favourite thing in your wardrobe?

I hate everything once I’ve worn it, so I have far too many clothes. It’s close to an illness – I’m terrible! I’ll redesign stuff to make it into something else all the time though, I try not to be wasteful. There are also a few vintage leather things I’ll wear again and again.

Where do you look for cool clothes?

Anywhere, I’m not a snob. I’ll mix vintage, designer and high street stuff all the time. If I like it, I wear it! I design a lot of the things I wear myself too. I also love finding new graduate designers – I’ve been wearing this incredible leather coat this fashion week by a graduate called Lauren Lake. I love it!

What’s the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever worn?

I was the weird eccentric kid with hippie parents at school, so I feel like I spent my entire childhood dressed in weird, embarrassing clothes. I was like the female version of the kid in About a Boy. I don’t really dress in classic things; I’m always drawn to stuff that’s slightly ridiculous and fun so I bet I’ll look back on some of the things I wear now in years to come and find them embarrassing. I hope so anyway. That’s what I’m aiming for, ha ha ha.


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