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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.
On Monday 17th November, London Ethnic hosted a Fashion and Politics Champagne Brunch within the Jubilee Room
at the Houses of Parliament.
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.