Time: September 28, 2009 from 7pm to 11pm
Location: Village Underground
Street: 54 Hollywell Lane, Shoreditch
Website or Map: http://www.azafadyfashionshow…
Event Type: fashion, show
Organized By: Simon Walker
Latest Activity: Sep 24, 2009
Azafady Charity Fashion Show is taking place Monday September 28th at the Village Underground, Shoreditch, doors open at 7pm. Tickets are £15 and available from www.azafadyfashionshow.co.uk
Guest list only.
All profits from the show will go to the African based charities Azafady and Build Africa.
The show features international designers from a variety of backgrounds, showcasing a total of 88 different looks; these are, Rebecca Morris (employed at Vivienne Westwood’s design house in London), Laura Jones (designed costumes for Batman Begins and Tomb Raider 2 and has her own design label, ‘Vault Clothing’), Tomi Ho (Currently studying at London College of Fashion), Victoria Rossiter (co-organised the “End Of Summer Fashion Show” in Leeds, 2009), Camilla Kennedy (currently interning at Religion after coming 2ndin the ‘FAD Fashion Competition 2009’), Shilpa Rajan (Director of her own design label ‘House of Bilimoria’ which debuted in LFW September 2008), Lindsay Hofman (specialized in one off garments and has her own design label ‘lindsay lou’), Rachel Lamb (currently collaborating with the designer Di Mainstone and has had her work exhibited at Joseph store in London, Oxford Fashion Week and Metamorphose in Beziers, France), Chatenya Mittal (Promising young designer from India) and Victoria Hill (has worked for Bernard Gustave, Toni & Guy, a number of magazine editorials and red carpet events, styling celebrities such as, Sabrina Washington).
The Backyard Flames, a London based rock band that have been compared to as a ‘cross between Blur and Led Zepplin’, will be performing along with DJ Justin Jash Ash, who has recently release his album ‘this is sliding’ on White Label Music.
Bar included, drinks £3-4.
Come out and enjoy and evening of funky collections and great music while giving to charity and supporting the next generation of fashion designers. Further information regarding the show and the two charities can be found at www.azafadyfashionshow.co.uk
If you can't make it to the event, but would still like to support the charities, please donate through the website.
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