Manicures seemed to be the treatment of choice with nearly every store offering their own version. My favourite manicure had to be the ones offered by Cath Kidston in Covent Garden. Shoppers got the choice of at least four iconic Cath Kidston prints including the flower pattern and the much loved polka dots. These designs were then painted by hand onto the nails by a nail art specialist. The results were breathtaking and sadly so was the queue. Chanel offered an express service on the night with their vending machines which allowed shoppers to purchase the exclusive FNO shades of cosmetics on the night without having to venture inside the store itself.
Opening Ceremony hosted a colourful Korean street party on King Street which boosted the mood of many tired Londoners. Yummy street food was served throughout the night whilst K-Pop filtered through the gentle humming of city life. Harajuku fashion was also prevalent throughout the celebrations and shoppers were even offered Japanese style makeovers which proved to be very popular.
Further along the West End on Oxford Circus, Topshop hosted live music by singer/songwriter, Delilah who entertained shoppers with her hauntingly, lyrical songs. It was a night not to be missed.