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Ono’s Diary: Ono Bello Takes London Fashion Week! Read all About it as she Recaps Day 1 & 2 of LFW SS17!

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OnoBello.com took over London Fashion Week September (LFW) Spring/Summer 2017, 16th and will be dominating its scene up until 20th September.

LFW welcomed over 5,000 guests from 58 countries showing that London and the UK is a major player on the global stage. Founder and Style Director Ono Bello is one of the guests representing her digital magazine at LFW as she has been exclusively invited by some top fashion brands to attend and review their shows/presentations.

On the first day of the shows, Ono attended presentations and runway showcases from top UK brands; Clio Peppiatt, Teatum Jones, The Swedish School Of Textiles Graduate Show, Eudon Choi, Marta Jakubowski, Ryan Lo, Paul Castello and Kolchagov Barba.

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For the day, she dolled up in a lace and tulle ensemble by top Nigerian designer Lanre DaSilva Ajayi (@lanredasilvaajayi) paired with a black handbag and heels to go.

In next few days, Ono is scheduled to attend more runway shows at the main Brewer Street Car Park venue, On|Off venues, visit the BFC Presentation Show Rooms and other venues around the vibrant city. She is also billed to attend major fashion after parties during fashion week so make sure to keep up with her Show Reports, Street Style and of course Ono’s Diary coverage on www.onobello.com.

See her more photos of her looks from Day 1 below

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Day 2 at London Fashion Week

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After a long day of attending shows and presentations on Day 1 at London Fashion Week September (LFW) Spring/Summer 2017, Day 2 was another day of creativity and inspiration.

Ono attended presentations and runway showcases from top UK brands; Paula Knorr, Jasper Conran, Faustine Steinmetz, Julien Macdonald, House of Holland, Gareth Pugh and Caitlin Price.

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For the day, she opted for the sequin jumpsuit paired with a black heels and a bright pink handbag by Nigerian brand Nichole By Haguanna.

Stay tuned to see of Ono’s Show Reports, Street Style and of course Ono’s Diary coverage on www.onobello.com.

Follow on Instagram @obstreetstyle & @onobello | Snapchat, Twitter & Facebook: Ono Bello. Join the conversation with hashtag “OnoBelloGoesToLFW“. See her more photos of her looks from Day 2 below.

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Photography: Lucy Ranson | Website: www.lucyransonphotography.co.uk | Email: [email protected] | Instagram: @lucyranson_

14 Comments

  1. gbemi

    September 19, 2016 at 10:31 am

    Nice pictures…. but where is the picture of her sitting down during the show? there is no evidence that she actually attended.

  2. Missappleberry

    September 19, 2016 at 10:55 am

    Dunno but this Ono girl has a weird way of dressing especially with laces. Still can’t figure it out. ?

    • Corolla

      September 19, 2016 at 12:26 pm

      I agree, there’s always something off with her dressing, and I can’t place a finger on it. Plus the overly long weaves just drown her. In the first dress here, I think the waist line of the dress rest in an odd place. There is also excess fabric that is bunching up in the waist, and the dress has bad fit in that section. But how I wish I was Ono right now, I need me a vacay, and London sounds good, right about now.

  3. Na

    September 19, 2016 at 11:42 am

    What a “taking” of LFW with no photos of what went on except photos of her in her dodgy outfits.

    Ono why na? BN why na?

    • Anon

      September 19, 2016 at 2:41 pm

      If I can remember (circa 1998) there are official photographers inside where the catwalk happens and visitors aren’t allowed to take pictures. When the official photographers take you, there’s a booth where you can pay and take your picture or drop your email address and get your pictures sent to you once you pay. They may have changed now.

      LFW tickets are quite easy to get.

      Re-Ono. It’s the difficult of dressing a tall person/someone with a long body especially with all these “sew sew” outfits. Less is more, if not a tall lady ends up looking garish.

      That hair is minging! The make up too. Borderline tranny.

    • Sandra

      September 19, 2016 at 5:10 pm

      Things are definitely different now, You can’t possibly expect this to be a thing in 2016 (20 years later).
      LFW tickets aren’t easy to get – you have been accredited by the British Fashion Council in order to enter the premises – she clearly has. However you will need to contact the designer’s PR agents directly in order to get a ticket to the catwalk show. Each PR is different on how they select their visitors.

      Ono was clearly accredited by the BFC however I doubt she managed to see any actual fashion shows.

    • Sandra

      September 19, 2016 at 5:18 pm

      Actually I hadn’t read the whole article. Sounds like she did attend a few shows.

  4. Tee

    September 19, 2016 at 1:32 pm

    her style is everything British fashion isn’t- too much, heavy and dated as opposed to simplistic, understated and chic. Which shoes did she attend please? Taking photos next to a billboard does not count . Those outfits were all wrong the first looks like she was going for her child’s christening and the second would be better suited to a party at night..

  5. Frenchie

    September 19, 2016 at 5:01 pm

    She is quite tall and does not have feminine features. I think she tries to soften those with the very long weaves and dramatic clothing but it only makes it worse. People need to be themselves. A simple bob or pixie cut with well-tailored, sophisticated clothing made from simple fabrics will definitely flatter her more. The kinds Andrea Iyamah makes.

    • Yaw

      September 19, 2016 at 9:45 pm

      Well hello Andrea!

    • Frenchie

      September 19, 2016 at 10:48 pm

      LOL. I knew someone would think that. I am not Andrea oh.

  6. bitch

    September 19, 2016 at 7:51 pm

    Is she a transgender??

  7. bitch

    September 19, 2016 at 7:54 pm

    When a Style Director needs a Style Director….

  8. tee

    September 20, 2016 at 3:08 pm

    How old is Ono?

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