While I love Milan and Paris as much as the next fashion fan, London is my favorite stop on the fashion week tour. There’s a few reasons for that, mind you: I can speak the language, I admire all the young talent that is brewing there, and when I was in college I lived in London so I have a pretty good lay of the land and a good mix of fashion and non-fashion friends there. I also have a ridiculous amount of fun in that town. (Maybe too much?)

Liberty Ross was in London. Since the early 2000′s when she was gracing fashion magazine covers, I’ve always been a Liberty fan. Here she is in our friend Alison’s top hat at the Soho House

Kelly Osborne and Kate Moss stage left at the Kills performance at the Serpentine Gallery’s fundraiser

Backstage at the Giles show (which featured fabulous iridescent horse prints) with Dree, Katie and Cara

I loved this Kusama statue over the main entrance of the Selfridges shop on Oxford Street

Lovely Alexa at the New York, New York party in Mayfair

On the Saturday night of LFW, I hosted a dinner with Harley Viera Newton for Issa, which is partly owned by my buddy Camilla al Fayed. She had the bright idea to distribute novelty sunglasses, which for some reason was, like, the most fun thing ever. Here, Dasha and Camilla prove it

Pixie DJing at the Crazy Horse pop up cabaret

Arizona Muse and Amber Le Bon at a dinner hosted by Smythson at the Arts Club in Mayfair

Harley, my Issa dinner cohostess, and her brother Dean also getting into the novelty sunglasses

Alison at Anabel’s. I’m really into how her hair is starting to look like a tequila sunrise

Felix and Noor at the new club Loulou’s

Eva Herzigova giving 90s supermodel realness poses at the Smythson dinner

A few of us were late to the Mary Katzareanu show, so the PR’s dragged us backstage to watch it from there. Which was actually really thrilling. Though I’m sure we were in the way and they wanted to kill us, it was fun to (briefly) enter the scrum

Jonathan Saunders had his fashion show’s afterparty at Bistroteque way out in East London. But it was worth the hike because he introduced me to the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen: a margarita fountain

Sweet Cara

Michael Roberts and Hamish Bowles, two of the people I’ve always admired in this crazy industry, at Philip Treacy’s fashion show

Kate Lanphaer, who was my fashion week bus buddy, and Vanity Fair’s Elizabeth Saltzman

Dita von Tease at Burberry’s impromptu afterparty at the Box

Sophia pounding the pavement on Oxford Street

Lady Gaga’s seemingly unchoreographed introduction to the ridiculously amazing Philip Treacy hat show saw her come out in this pink shroud and then sit on the floor for the show

My favorite look from the Philip Treacy hat show because it reminded me of Eddie Murphy’s arranged marriage in ‘Coming to America’

Henry Holland at the Crazy Horse

Erdem’s show was beautiful, of course. But so was its setting, which was in this giant dome that looked beautiful with the shaded trees bouncing the light

Jade Parfitt and Daisy Lowe across the runway from me at the Giles show

Kelly Brook, who is apparently every English lad’s fantasy wife (and for good reason), chewing on her fancy and bedazzled iPhone cover next to me at the Giles show

The Kills performance at the Serpentine

Me, Liberty and Sophia at the Box