Think food and fashion don't mix? Think again – turns out London Fashion Week is as famous for fashion as its unusual nibbles
You’d be right in thinking that London Fashion Week was mainly about the clothes, turns out it was about the food, too.
So, what was on the lips of the fash pack? Cakes, cereals and almond milk porridge apparently – well, there had to be something healthy in there.
Always the first to go in the Kellogg’s multipacks, designer Anya Hindmarch's fashion flakes are grrreat.
Macaroons are still up there as a sweet treat du jour, but Mulberry made them fit their English garden theme by flavouring their French bites with tea.
The cupcake frenzy was alive and well at Orla Kiely's show – perhaps it was coincidence it happened to be National Cupcake Week at the same time as Fashion Week?
Your five-a-day in just three mouthfuls? Well, thanks to a collaboration between by high-end appliance brand Miele and fashion company Antipodium, that’s what these canapés and cocktails seemd to be promising.
Well, there had to be at least one healthier snack in the fash pack's foodie repertoire, didn’t there? This porridge was served backstage at the Richard Nicholl show with the white stuff du jour, almond milk.
Gin and tonic meringues AND iced doughnuts? High street favourite Topshop showed they knew how to do tasty treats.
The beauty drink
THE drink of London Fashion Week was spotted at almost every show. It creates a feeling of ‘calm and wellbeing’ apparently.
Stylish sandwich bags
This designer handbag-cum-lunchbox is on a mission to get women eating bread. Launched at London Fashion Week by the Federation of Bakers and designer Jayne Hemsley of Hemsley London, this it seems is the only way to eat your sarnie in style.