The Coveteur comes to London with Ash
/ March 11th, 2014 / There are currently 0 comments
While we may have already given a brief summation of our recent trip across the pond; and hinted briefly at our jaunt with Cov-alum Langley Fox through the swinging-est city, we knew we couldn’t quite leave it at that. After all, there’s something about spending an afternoon with Fox that’s just too good to go undocumented, especially given the rate at which we lurk the ultimate painfully cool multi-hyphenate’s Instagram (oh, please—as if we’re the only ones).
Fox, who was in town for a modeling job, had a flight heading out that evening but we mutually made a point to clear our schedules for a tour of London, Langley-style. After poring over the current issue of LOVE with Fox (she’s responsible for all of the illustrations in this month’s issue—including that cover, FYI) in her hotel room while she packed; it was off to Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery. While Fox had made a few changes since the last time we’d seen her—namely, mermaid-like teal highlights, there was just something about Langley that the locals couldn’t seem to help but gawk at. While we weren’t sure if it was the killer full-length fur or Beetlejuice-like trousers she had on, or, you know, just how impossibly cool she is period; it was actually her Ash leopard print wedge-style slip-on sneakers that literally had strangers stopping her in the streets. Not that we blame them, or anything.
After swapping them out for and alternating between a similar, equally where-did-you-get-those-provoking leather pair, and strappy high-tops, all by Ash; Fox shared her favorite anecdotes from past trips to London town. “It’s always fun to go into the telephone boxes for the ultimate tourist feeling, and of course visiting the Tate,” she shared. And after a little rapid-fire style “which would you rather” (hint: her guilty pleasure is going to bed at 9 P.M., to start), we can now state with confidence that we decidedly know what it’s like to spend a day in Langley’s shoes.
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