“Designers Exhibition & luxury catwalk show this 7th of June at the eclectic DSTRKT & Yoshiaki.”
The Designers Exhibition will showcase 22 top, handpicked fashion designers who are welcome to promote & sell their products to a selected high-profile guests list.
Join the opportunity to sell and promote your brand to wider audiences at the amazing venues in Central London, but also the chance to high profile networking with the industry guests.
Each designer will be allocated a fashion stand where they are allowed to promote & sell their products. Also they will have the chance to showcase their goods in an exclusive catwalk show.
Each designer is welcome to invite their own clients to the event.
6 pm – Opening of the event (Time for a drink & fashion networking.)
7 pm – Catwalk Show (Only limited designers will be able to promote their products on the catwalk for all VIP guests and customers.)
7.30 pm -10 pm – Designers Selling Exhibition with fashion networking.
1. Exhibition: Solo Exhibition
◘ Small Stand (100cm) – From £150
At the event you may accept cash and card payments, please bring your own card-reader. It is a high profile event so your products’ display has to be presented to the level.
◘ Medium stand (200cm) – £200
◘ Large (350/400cm) – £250
Please note bigger stands are recommended for clothing brands.
2. Exhibition + catwalk – £450
This includes stand exhibition & catwalk show.
- Yearly High Profile Fashion Membership £600
◘ Exhibition & Catwalk Show at this event plus one more high profile exhibition where you will be able to promote and sell your products. (The price covers 2 Exhibitions per year on luxury venues.)
◘ Access to monthly high profile networking events where you can meet the right people for collaborations (Buyers, Bloggers, VIP guests, Stylists, backstage artists.)
If you wish to exhibit please apply via email to email@example.com
Please note, applications and payments will be accepted until the 15th of May.
This April the fashion world comes together to commemorate the Rana Plaza tragedy in Bangladesh that claimed the lives of 1,138 garment factory workers and another 2,500 workers were injured.
This was the turning point in the fashion history & that’s how Fashion Revolution was born. Carry Sommers & Ursula Del Castro founders of Fashion Revolution Day made their voice heard and the world listened.
It started as a movement in the United Kingdom and it soon spread all over the world.
Fashion Revolution Week raises its voice on the exploitation and dark side of the fashion industry, to speak up for all those workers who don’t have a voice and suffer the cost of cheap fashion.
London Ethnic has become a proud supporter of the Fashion Revolution Week movement since its conception. We believe that ethics in fashion are important and should be the starting point for all the new designers & customers.
This year London Ethnic is delighted to join Bourgeois Boheme, an independent London-based footwear brand for men and women making state of the art luxury shoes completely free from animal-derived materials. For SS17, the brand is introducing a range that perfectly embodies honest and progressive luxury, crafted with Piñatex™, a new fabric innovation made from pineapple leaf fibres.
If you’d like to be part of this global movement you can join by finding events happening around your area on: www.fashionrevolution.org.
Important events around the world:
California: California College of Arts, the Levi Strauss Foundation and Remake for the San Francisco premiere of Made in Cambodia, a film short by Asad Faruqi, the cinematographer for Oscar winning documentary short ‘A Girl in the River’ and ‘Saving Face.’ In the film, follow three fashion design students as they embark on a life changing journey to Cambodia to experience the day-to-day lives of the invisible women behind our fashion.
New Zealand: Local ethical fashion hub, Just Atelier, is running a creative community pop-up space in central Dunedin, New Zealand, from 1 – 30 April, 2017, to build relationships and celebrate local creativity, in collaboration with the Urban Dream Brokerage project.
South Africa team are getting together to host a local designer pop up shop to create a space where information about the global campaign is available and an opportunity to showcase some of the local and sustainable designers based in cape town & South Africa.
Canada: “Mindful and minimal fashion” challenge goes from April 20 to 30, 2017, but you can join in anytime! Chose 10 items, for 10 outfits you’ll wear over 10 days.Your 10 items include pants, skirts, tops, sweaters, outerwear and shoes. But hey, if that’s too restrictive, switch out the shoes and outerwear for more pants. As the yogis say, “This is your practice.”
Germany: Fashion Revolution also means to show that it is different – with fair-trade clothing, produced under humane conditions. We would like to contribute to this with our concept. Be fair. Be chic. Be friedrich.
Brazil: The event that this year brings as a theme “Money Fashion Power” discussing the flow of money in the fashionable production chain. There will be talks, workshops, networking spaces, exhibitions and more.
Press Release - "London Ethnic Fashion Soiree for the AW16 collection showcase at the Oxford House, Bethnal Green".
On Friday 27th of May, London Ethnic organises “Fashion Networking Event” at Mahiki Cocktail Bar in Mayfair.
The event will be an exclusive gathering for London-based fashion designers, models, photographers, bloggers and members of the London fashion industry.
The night will be a chance to meet up and share ideas over delicious Polynesian cocktails at one for London’s most exclusive hot-spots for A-list celebrities and fashion socialites.
There are a strictly limited number of tickets for members of the London Fashion industry and invitees.
All tickets include entry to the nightclub and an exclusive area of the bar for our party only + a complimentary drink on entry.
Reserve your place: http://mahikifashionparty.eventbrite.co.uk
Enjoy 10% discount code: Londonethnic
*Entry to event before 9pm;
*Welcome drink from 7:30-8:30pm;
*Please remember to bring Photo ID
Friday, 27 May 2016 from 19:30 to 22:30 (BST)
Mahiki – 1 Dover Street, London, W1S 4LD
On Friday, 22 of April 2016 London Ethnic joined Fashion Revolution Week 2016 at the ‘No Excuses Workshop held aboard La Sorelle boat in Canary Wharf.
The fashion workshop and party were organised in collaboration with RentezVous & Wardrobe Workshop.
Fashion Revolution Day was created as a heartfelt response after the tragic factory collapse in Rana Plaza, Bangladesh, where more than a thousand factory workers lost their lives. London Ethnic has joined the movement since its beginning by holding events that commemorate this tragic day and speaking about it ever since.
The event hosted talks from fashion activists, ethical fashion designers and fashion entrepreneurs who shared their views on the current situation of the fashion industry and how we can all approach fashion in a more ethical way.
The event gathered press, photographers, fashion designers and fashion enthusiasts in a night of fun, drinks and fashion mingling.
The London Ethnic stall showcased our latest AW16 collection samples with leaflets #whomademyclothes attached around it.
Our collection manager and AW16 capsule designer Hannah Lloyd Jones was there to inform the attendees on the whole process behind the new collection, from the ideas and inspiration behind it to the pattern cutting and manufacturing process, but more importantly: “Who made our London Ethnic AW16 collection”.
We are proud to confirm that no sweat shops are being used or will ever be used to produce garments under the London Ethnic label. Since the beginning, our designer collections have been produced in the United Kingdom.
For Fashion Revolution Day, Rentez-Vous, Wardrobe Workshop and London Ethnic invite you to learn, to investigate and to challenge your opinion about Sustainable Fashion.
– LET’S DISCUSS: WHY SUSTAINABLE FASHION?
What is Fast Fashion? And what are its implications?
– LET’S LEARN: WHAT ARE THE ALTERNATIVES?
Daisy Schubert, personal stylist and founder of Wardrobe Workshop will make you discover the criteria to identify good clothes and will give you simple tips to make a big difference such as renting instead of buying.
– MEET THE DESIGNERS: RENT OR BUY
Discover talented sustainable designers such as Madia & Matilda, Kitty Ferreira UK, Bourgeois Boheme and many more and ask them #whomademyclothes?
In exclusivity, leading fashion rental marketplace Rentez-Vous will allow you to rent these collections for a fraction of the price. First come first served!
– INSIDE OUT PHOTOSHOOT
Enjoy an interactive workshop organized by London Ethnic and Labour Behind the Label and ask #whomademyclothes to your favorite brands.
The barge boat Le Sorelle will open its bar and guests can enjoy a drink while meeting the designers, stylists and influencers of sustainable fashion on the backdrop of Canary Wharf.
Join us and be part of the Fashion Revolution by booking your seat via the link above. Limited seats!
Friday, 22 April 2016 from 19:00 to 21:00 (BST) – Add to Calendar
Le Sorelle – Canary Wharf – 1 Thames Quay, London E14 9SG, United Kingdom
We have launched two new style-oriented e-store platforms, Shoreditch Marketplace & Mayfair Marketplace, on www.londonethnic.com which showcase talented creations by London’s upcoming and established designers.
Reflecting London’s vibrant style we have created these two platforms which represent two prominent styles of London as an easy way to stroll & shop through the pieces that suit your style.
Shoreditch Marketplace: Shoreditch has become the new hub for London’s rising fashion elite. It’s a name that has become synonymous with creativity and innovation in fashion. Shoreditch Marketplace is inspired by this vibrant and stylish hotspot and is the perfect place to shop cutting-edge designs for the spontaneous Londoner with a gritty and urban edge that loves to dare & set trends.
Mayfair Marketplace: Mayfair is one of the most exclusive areas in Europe with London’s highest concentration of five-star hotels. Mayfair Marketplace is inspired by this luxurious side of London and is the ideal place to shop London’s high-end, sleek, stylish, sophisticated and elegant designs that are classic timeless pieces.
All products displayed on our Shoreditch and Mayfair Marketplaces are exclusively produced in Great Britain. That helps ensure the garments are made ethically whilst providing you with authentic London fashion from one-off bespoke pieces to ready-to-wear garments.
Visit Shoreditch Marketplace here: http://www.londonethnic.com/product-category/shoreditch-marketplace/
Visit Mayfair Marketplace here: http://www.londonethnic.com/product-category/mayfair-marketplace/
On Friday the 19th of February 2016, we showcased our new ‘Made in London” Autumn/ Winter 2016 collection in a private fashion soiree at the Oxford House gallery in Bethnal Green.
Following our previous collection’s theme “Urban Legend”, our designer Hannah Lloyd Jones kept the sense of geometric shapes and architectural influence and broadened it with a variety of colours and layered detailing.
The Romanesque architecture, the arches and colours of Royal Albert Hall were the inspiration that gracefully shifted into layered block colour dresses, high waist trousers and cropped tops.
As an aspiring ethical fashion label we made sure the collection is produced in the United Kingdom and featured dresses and trousers’ samples of different sizes, which were showcased by our healthy looking models.
The highlight of this collection showcase is the Teal block dress designed exclusively in support of the Ovarian Cancer charity Campaign “Ovacome”. The dress will be auctioned during “Tea with Ovacome goes Vintage” charity event and all proceeds will go towards helping the “Ocavome” charity.
The night was a great opportunity for ethical and fashion bloggers, buyers, press and photographers to mingle and share their thoughts on the future of fashion and in particular on the ethical fashion.
Our dear friend and designer Victoria Charles displayed her latest sophisticated millinery collection which was modelled and showcased alongside our AW16 collection garments.
A special thank you for our sponsors Top Herd & Easy Bean that kept our guests entertained with their delicious and tasty organic products.