Some of my favourite buys tends to be festival intended novelty pieces that eventually find their way into my 4-season-soundtrack. The combination of silk, Versace style pattern, and vibrant crayon clashing colour makes up my eclectic summer look, like Jessie J's twin brother perhaps. Finding a way to bring this classy-tranny-tapestry to different looks, I've paired a formal cloudy shirt from Liberty with an art deco smokers jacket and cigarette scratched jeans. Suave, silk and cigarettes are the unconventional friends in the blogging playground here. I've also included a twist on nomad fashion below that caught my eye in a similar vein, deconstructing the design to make it look whacky and elastic, like a knitted rave in the making. Kit Neale is also a designer at London Fashion Week that caught my eye, where the models had a disco pumping party of their own in the exhibition. With butterfly prints and acid colours, the aesthetic takes workman jumpsuit silhouettes and attacks them with retro colour with camp pattern quirk. One of the hottest and loudest designers around at the moment!