After a quick whizz around all the stands (meeting some of the designers who didn't have a catwalk show but were no less amazing) I ran along in the afternoon to see the De Montfort University show where I was frow and centre to catch all the action.
Here I was met with intense colour and creative fabric combinations. Sportswear was clearly a huge theme running throughout with mesh and sheer panels, technical fabrics, futuristic metallics and pastel colour blocking all on offer. Designs were teamed with embellished wedges, running shoes, more backpacks than you could shake a stick at and visors galore.
This was by far the most assured collection of graduates I have seen so far an in particular Charlotte Booty caught my eye as one to watch for the future - so watch this space!
Next I met up with fellow blogger la fashion folie for a catch up and another catwalk show, this time from Nottingham Trent.
I found this a slightly more toned down affair and a much more commercial take (which is not a bad thing) and the technical skill of the graduates did shine through, especially with the knitwear, print based and men's tailoring collections. By far my favourites were Laura Grant and Florence Bridge who both presented resort ready collections worthy of any Ibiza going A-lister.
After the show we headed to the drinks reception where champagne, canapes and, best of all, Jamie Laing and Francis Boulle from Made In Chelsea awaited us. After some convincing I decided to stop trying to play it cool and ask for a picture. The result is a somewhat blurry image with my huge grin taking up most of the picture. How Embarrassing!
Whilst I mull over my shame see below for all my picks from day 2 of GFW, including more after the jump.
De Montfort University
See more from Nottingham Trent Uni after the jump
Nottingham Trent University
Sadly this was my last day at the show as work beckons and more pressing matters need my attention (three shoots in one week, arrghh!) but if anyone how is planning to attend GFW Tuesday and Wednesday please let me know which new designers you discovered and how much fun you had by posting below or tweeting me.