Archive for the Shows Category
(Friday, 31 October 2014 at 21:00 – Saturday, 1 November 2014 at 02:00 (GMT)
High Fashion Halloween Party In Chelsea’s Broadway House private members club.
Guests will be dressed as high fashion ghouls and sexy beasts.
A chance for the London Fashion crowd to get together once more, mingle, network, talk fashion and have Halloween fun in one of London’s most exclusive private members clubs, over 3 floors.Once again we are in Chelsea’s Broadway House private members club – where we had our summer party and where the TV programme “Made In Chelsea” is often filmed. This time we’re here to celebrate Halloween …but with a High-fashion theme of course! Guests are encouraged to come dressed for Halloween, there will be a catwalk of the best dressed guests and a prize for the winner. Designers are encouraged to produce a Halloween outfit for the night! Get creative and wow us with your skills!! 🙂
- 9pm- 10pm Complementary Welcome drink
- Catwalk of best dressed guests
- Fashion networking on the roof-top terrace
- will be organizing a fun speed-dating section in one part of the venue from 10pm-11pm if you fancy some Halloween romance!
- Pop-up stalls with hand-made London jewellery
- Rails of unique hand-made high-end London fashion to view and with the possibility to hire outfits, organised by Rentez-Vous
Once again tickets will run out quickly.
Tickets will be £24 but £15 Early Bird. There are also a limited number of VIP tickets available, which include; an extra galss of champagne and a goodie bag. VIP tickets will be £36, or £30 for Early Bird.
If you missed out on previous London Fashion Group events because you waited too long, make sure you buy your tickets early!!
London Ethnic Chelsea Summer Fashion Showcase
Friday 27th June 2014 6pm | Broadway House | 474-476 Fulham Road | Chelsea | SW6 1BY
London Ethnic is a collective of London fashion artisans providing authentic London fashion produced in the UK. On the 27th June, London Ethnic will be hosting a Summer Fashion Showcase at the Broadway House, Chelsea with catwalks, displays of UK-made fashion & beauty products, drinks, music and an opportunity to network with designers, models and London fashion-lovers.
The Broadway House Private Members Club (regularly featured on Channel 4’s “Made in Chelsea”) will be transformed into a hive of London fashion fun & creativity over its lavish 3 floors including sumptuous roof terrace.
London Ethnic will launch its latest collections featuring pieces from some of the UK’s most exciting new fashion design graduates. The newest additions to the London Ethnic family have just graduated from some of the UK’s most prestigious fashion schools and it will be the first time their work has been seen since Graduate Fashion Week.
The night will also be the first time the British public can see many of London Ethnic’s new lines of British sourced and produced jewellery and beauty products. All of the products are hand-made by local artisans or produced from organic materials from English farms. They will be available to sample by guests and to purchase at a special 20% reduced rate on the night.
For further information contact: email@example.com or call 02081506356
Exclusive guestlist only fashion party. No tickets available on the door. Tickets can be ordered in advance here:
The first 100 guests will receive complimentary glass of wine from Mandala Valley Wines. (http://mandalavalley.com/)
The Cuckoo Club
Swallow St, London W1B 4EZ
Appealing to the more discerning late night London crowd tired of identikit, faceless bars and clubs with no creativity and soul, The Cuckoo Club features 5,000 square feet of ostentatious design, spread over two floors, and a founding committee that reads like a who’s who of creative talent in London, described in the influential Vogue List as “formidable”.
Recently redesigned by Barbara Hulanicki, interior designer & founder of iconic fashion house Biba, featuring some of Europe’s most proficient mixologists and an electrifying and eclectic musical output, The Cuckoo Club delivers unbridled, unquestionable glamour for London’s party cavalry.
Fashion Revolution Day
Fashion is a force to be reckoned with. It celebrates, provokes, and entertains. And, from April 24th 2014, it’s going to do even more. Because we’re turning fashion into a force for good.
On 24th April last year, 1133 people were killed and over 2500 were injured when the Rana Plaza factory complex collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Social and environmental catastrophes in our fashion supply chains continue.
Fashion Revolution Day says enough is enough.
Be curious. Find out who made your clothes — from who spun the threads, to
who sewed them together, to who grew the cotton in the first place.
Your clothes already tell a story about who you are.
Now they can tell a better one.
WEAR IT #INSIDEOUT
Together we can use the power of fashion to catalyse change and reconnect the broken links in the supply chain. Wear your clothes inside-out to help start the beginning of an industry-wide transformation towards a more sustainable future.
The Closing party for London Fashion Week at the Rise SuperClub in Leicester Square. The event will be the last night of London Fashion Week SS14. The party will feature catwalk shows from some of the London Ethnic Fashion House’s home-grown London Fashion Designers, including Soumia, Rebecca Saahli Goh, Carlotta Barone and Jennifer Onah – who have featured in London’s Graduate Fashion Week and London Fashion Week shows before. Guests will include buyers, models, press, photographers and bloggers from the fashion world. All proceeds from the tickets will go to Capital FM’s charity Help A Capital Child. The exclusive fashion party will start from 7pm and go on till 10pm after which there will be an afterparty at the club till 3am.
Rise Superclub is an over 18’s venue. Please provide valid photographic ID on arrival. We only accept driving Licenses and passports. Rise Superclub does not accept large groups of 12 or more unless pre-arranges with the venue. Rise Superclub only accepts mixed groups of a balanced ratio of males to females.
Men: Collared shirts are advised. No sportswear, caps. No trainers, Pradas/Gucci trainers. No shoes with white soles or Timberland boots. Hard soled shoes ONLY.
Ladies: Smart dress only. No flat shoes, sandals or flipflops.
Dylan Jones, the Chair of London Collections: Men has claimed that ‘London is the home of menswear… it always has been and always will be’. Whilst there is a sense of tradition and legacy with the introduction of the tailored suit in Savile Row, successful fashion is an entwinement of past and present, a constant awareness of obsolescence and change of demand. It is necessary to both pay homage to classicism whilst accepting and embracing what is new. Tim Blanks, Contributing Editor, Style.com and a member of the British Fashion Council’s Menswear Committee, said ‘it’s time to make note of the depth – behind all the already familiar names, there are platoons of newbies. That’s more than evolution – it’s inescapable maturity.’
This is one of the most famous and popular exhibitions of the year, showcasing twice a year all of the latest new, up and coming designers current collections. Pure London will be covering a selection of designers from Womenswear, Young Fashion, Accessories, Body and Junior. Seminars and talks will be held over the two days from the likes of Colin Temple – Managing Director Schuh, James Barnett – Production coordinator Selfridges, Caprice Bourett – Founder, Designer & CEO, By Caprice.
Pure London is a great opportunity to network with buyers, press and designers. All in all, it’s a great day out with lots of freebies thrown in.
London Fashion Week 15th – 19th February 2013
Designers will be showcasing the latest collections available for this Autumn/Winter with their A/W13 collections. Kicking off on the 15th February at 9.30am is the press Launch, after this will be a full day, crammed with designers, shows, talks, networking and exhibitions.
Listed below is a breakdown of some of the designers showcasing their A/W 13 collections next month.
For full listings and times see the London Fashion Week Website.
Friday 15th February – Zoe Jordan, Ostwald Helgasan, Bora Aksu, Jena Theo, Corrie Nielsen, Sass & Bide, Julien Macdonald.
Saturday 16th February – Daks, Jasper Conran, Dion Lee, John Rocha, Moschinio Cheap And Chic, Todd Lynn, House of Holland.
Sunday 17th February– Mulberry, Margret Howell, Temperley London, Vivienne Westwood Red Label,Jonathan Saunders, Matthew Williamson.
Monday 18th February –Antonio Berandi, Christopher Kane, David Koma, Burberry Prorsum, Tom Ford, Christopher Raeburn.
Tuesday 19th February -Nichole Farhi, Simone Rocha, Paul Costelloe, Emilio de la Morena, Holly Fulton.
London Ethnic’s Charity Fashion Show – Help a Capital Child
Next month we are holding a Charity Fashion Show in order to raise some money for Help a Capital Child. Please find all details for this event either on our website, Facebook or Twitter page. Hurry tickets going fast!