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London Ethnic showcased the Autumn/Winter15 designer collection made of one-off garment pieces from London based designers: Kelly Bromfield, Lizzie Atkins, Aisha Feroze, Reece Walwyn Curtis and Melissa Jade Young.
The inspiration for the AW15 line derived from London’s edgy street style trends to the conservative office clerk’s daily wear, all brought together in structured tailoring and simplistic shapes.
The collection also featured a mix of cocktail dresses, menswear prints and kilted trousers.The hues of seaweed and black, transitioning to icy blue pastels, mustard and bright corals dominated the womenswear AW15 line.
The menswear collection, designed by Lizzie Atkins incorporates colorful prints, maxi-flair trousers, dark gray shirts and blazers.
London Ethnic’s London Fashion Week party in support of Capital FM’s “Global’s Make Some Noise” charity campaign was hosted at Press Night Club, in the heart of London’s ever crowded area, Piccadilly Circus.
The night was inspirited by the electro-pop performance of CubaLove Music Band which performed throughout the entire catwalk show.
Later on the guests, including Luke Friend and James Anderson attended the champagne reception that kicked off after the catwalk show.
The Professional Beauty show is one of the largest beauty and spa trade shows in Europe so to be a part of it is very exciting for us and the London Ethnic brand.
Popularity for London Ethnic Organica keeps on growing, and having been featured in the Evening Standard, we’re keen to meet retailers and show them what we have to offer and discuss with them what’s coming up for the Organica brand.
We showcased our best selling products from the range including our Nourishing Day Cream and Sugar Body Scrub and demonstrated why you should choose organic beauty products.
All of the products in the London Ethnic Organica range are handmade in small batches in the English countryside using organic natural ingredients, so your skin receives the very best nourishment it needs.
Notes: London Ethnic is a member of the ‘Fashion Association of Britain’, ‘The Ethical Fashion Forum’, the ‘Made in Britain’ organisation and an official partner for Parliament Week.
We are a London-based fashion label, and have recently launched our debut beauty care range. Packed full of nourishing organic ingredients (such as organic plant oils) pure botanical actives whilst free from parabens and artificial fragrances or colours ensuring the highest quality care for your skin. Organic farming is better for the farmers, the environment and our bodies so you get all the great health benefits whilst helping to protect the planet.
The range fully complies with London Ethnic’s policy of producing high-end merchandise, made by hand in the UK.
The collection comprises of a three step facial routine for a flawless complexion, including foaming face washes, cleansing oils, toners and day creams. The lemon and tea tree facial wash is high in antibacterial properties, brightening skin for a more radiant look, or for an alternative to this is the hot cloth cleansing oil, which works deep down into your pores dissolving natural oils and extracting dirt and make-up, even suitable for oily skin as it improves and balances sebum levels.
The range features luxury body products including bath oils, sugar scrubs and whipped body butters. The deliciously whipped Patchouli and Rose body butter leaves skin feeling soft and supple thanks to the hydrating nature of rose combined with the rejuvenating properties of patchouli.
Every single jar and bottle of London Ethnic’s beauty range has been lovingly prepared in small batches by hand in the English countryside.
Shop Organica beauty here: http://www.londonethnic.com/product-category/beauty-3/londonethnicorganica/
Coco Chanel: “Fashion is architecture; it is a matter of proportions”
On Monday 17th November, London Ethnic hosted a Fashion and Politics Champagne Brunch within the Jubilee Room
at the Houses of Parliament.
(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 hosted the fourth catwalk show for the London Fashion Week official schedule on 13th of September 2014 at The Roof Gardens, Kensington in cooperation with Capital FM’s “Make Some Noise” charity event.
Our designer’s SS15 collection this year was influenced by the floral, aesthetic architectural, ethnic designs.
Priya Naimir designs were inspired by the architectural designs of Zaha Hadid for her latest collection.
Photography by Adam Van Bunnens
Photography by Mansoor Ali and Charlotte Portlock