February, 2015

25 February


London Fashion Week and my birthday weekend!

Hello All, 

The last few weeks have been busy and this one has been particularly busy for me. Not only has it been LFW but I celebrated my 24th birthday also!
On the Thursday night before my birthday I went out for a lovely meal at Novikov in Mayfair with some of my family. It’s always nice to do things with your family on your birthday and the food there is exquisite. I also managed to receive one of those embarrassing Happy Birthday songs from the staff and some of the restaurant! I rarely get embarrassed but with all eyes on me and candles coming my way I did go a tad red.
On my birthday I went to Somerset House and watched the Eudon Choi show. I always like going there because you see so many different people walking around with such individual style and I kind of love people watching in that respect. The show itself was great and my favourite pieces were the floral patterned bomber and the blue patterned flares. The turn out was amazing and I wore a jumper, shirt and trench from his line with some adidas gazelles and a little leather mini. Then I went on to meet Andy across the road at the ME Hotel for some birthday drinks! We got slightly carried away and then I went home to get changed for the evening of birthday celebrations. I had my suspicions that my sister had something planned for me as none of my friends were really asking me what the plan was. I am a slight detective so I did feel for her in trying to keep it a surprise. My agent Emily picked my up and drove me to The Phene where I was “surprised” by a group of my closest friends! All in all the evening was fun-filled and I am so lucky to have such an amazing group of friends.
On Saturday I was pretty much out of action due to my birthday night celebrations however on Sunday I did pop down to Brook Street to see the new Aspinal x Etre Cecile collection. The collection is great and I loved a few of their silver bags from the orignal Aspinal collection, the new shapes this season are much more varied and there are a few that I am going to need to get my hands on…
The previous week I went to St Pauls girls school to judge their charity fashion show. I was joined by Stella McCartney, Nancy Gibbs (who photographed Stella’s new adidas collaboration) and Jessie Lethaby. It was really cool to meet all of them and I enjoyed being a judge for the evening! The girls had put in so much effort for their designs and being at their school really brought back memories from when I was at school. I felt weirdly free as I never really enjoyed school and have mainly bad memories of it, so it was nice in a way and I felt very grown up/old.
My favourite product of the week is this cute ring from Pandora Jewellery, made for stacking! I love them all! http://estore-uk.pandora.net/rings/stacking-rings/delicate-bow-ring/190906CZ.html?start=16&cgid=8be7f669-99b0-4cf3-925c-a0c9008c114a
My website finally launched this week and I can’t wait to hear what everyone thinks of it so please do check it out Lucy-Watson.com.
Lucy xxx


13 February


New shoots and showing off my tan

Hi all,

This week has been a busy one. I have had a few shoots for both a high fashion mag and a commercial brand. It has felt great to get back behind the lens and I really enjoy being on set with a team, can’t wait to see the final images!

I also managed to hit a few events this week. The Oh My Love party was great fun, I wore one of their velvet playsuits which was really cute. Although it was freezing outside, I wanted to show off my tanned legs from Australia over Christmas! There were loads of photographers, which is fine, but they made a real effort to get photos of my crotch. Don’t really see how that is acceptable these days, a bunch of men with cameras aiming them “down there” and snapping away. Oh well, I made sure they didn’t get anything!


This week I posted a selfie with my cat (well kitten) ahead of Big Cat Week next week. He was really hard to take photos with and it made me think, does he fit in the family? Jokes, but I’m sure he could learn some great tips off Digby, he’s become a real pro at the whole selfie game.

So Big Cat Week is a television event exclusively on Nat Geo WILD. It runs from Monday 16th – Sunday 22nd February every day at 8pm. If you have an interest in animals and what’s going on in the world then I think it’s really important you tune in.


Big cats such as lions and tigers are some of our most magnificent creatures on earth. The programmes will be both interesting and educational and we will be able to get closer to these animals than ever before through the beauty of film, we will learn of their struggles to survive. We need to help save big cats otherwise they face extinction. To think of a future without them is strange, but very real. They cannot speak for themselves therefore it is down to us to do something about it. You can donate to the cause here:


Hope you all have a productive week, and don’t forget to watch!


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