London, United Kingdom. October 21, exactly one week ago Richy took these photos of me in front of the Guards Crimean War Memorial at Waterloo Place. With this article I want to take the opportunity to give you guys a little London-Diary.

What did we do in London and why did we only stay for two days?

Well, to be honest, it was only for one and a half day. Unfortunately. This was our second time in the British capital and it was only for a very short period of time once more.

Maybe some of you remember that last year, in March 2016, we had a Lookbook shooting with Urban Outfitters. And this time?

Dickies. A brand with which I’m in contact for a little while already. They arranged an event on Friday (Oct 20) and we had the pleasure to be a part of this little get-together at a very cool location, the Bike Shed in Shoreditch. Together, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the 874 original work pants.

So Saturday was already our date of departure. We woke up early and made our way to the inner city of London, Piccadilly Circus to be more precisely. Strolled through Soho and took a lot of photos again. Normal thing for us, especially when we’re in a great city. I really like London, but next time I’ve to be there for much longer, that’s for sure!

The weather was quite okay for this season. We had about 13 degrees and most of the time it was even sunny. Fortunately we were spared of rain, but it was very windy. My raincoat from Stutterheim took care of me! The perfect piece for cold rainy and windy days. I also wore a leggings (McKinley) and oversized shorts from Aakasha, a bulgarian streetstyle brand. Sneakers from New Balance.

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