“LONDON ETHNIC-London Fashion Week Event supporting Global’s Make Some Noise charity”
On 20th February 2015 the London Ethnic label hosted an event for London Fashion Week supporting Global’s Make Some Noise Charity. The event was supported by the British Fashion Council, members of the London Fashion community and celebrities including Russell Brand, Caroline Flack and the NFL star James Anderson who came from the USA to the event. The event incorporated a catwalk of London Ethnic’s ethical Autumn/Winter15 collection designed by London-based designers and produced solely in the Capital.
The AW15 line’s inspiration is derived from London’s edgy street style to the conservative office clerks daily wear, all brought together in structured tailoring and simplistic shapes.
The catwalk featured a diverse range of London styles from tailored office and daily wear to cocktail dresses, menswear prints and kilted trousers. The hues of seaweed, black transitioning icy blue pastels, mustard and bright corals dominated the womenswear.
The catwalk was accompanied by an electro pop performance by the British band KubaLove.
Global’s Make Some Noise is a national charity that helps disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. Global, the Media & Entertainment company, which is home to the famous brands Heart, Capital FM, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Capital Xtra, XFM and Gold, has pulled together all its stations, reaching a combined 23.2 million people every week, to unite behind one cause.
The Press Night Club, in the heart of London’s Piccadilly Circus played host to the event and the drinks reception that kicked off after the models catwalk.
The event was also sponsored by Planet Organic, London Ethnic Organica Skincare, Mode IM model agency, Soho Skin and Minor Figures.