Clothes Show London – Attention Designers!
Based around the fashion capitals of the world the show will take the audience on a journey from Milan’s high fashion catwalks to East London’s coolest club kids, to the crazy world of Harajuku fashion and back to Sex and the City’s amazingly inspired style!
With it being the London Clothes Show, stylist Alexis Knox and Doll (fashion events agency) want to really bring The Clothes Show back to it’s London Fashion roots.
The 8 themes are:
Japan – Harajuku – young Japanese street fashion – colourful fun playful multi layered – Yang du,comme des garcons
New York Bronx – Sportswear, denim, hiphop cool, meets Jeremy Scott meets basquiat
New York sex and the city – part 1 – glamour, fresh, bright, clean, Marc Jacob, Calvin Klein, Zac Posen, Ralph Lauren etc
part 2 – 1950s men’s casual wear and girls in 1950s florals
East London – cool edgy & club kid. London’s underground / Shoreditch
Milan – really hot catwalk show and high end looks
Paris in spring time – black and white Chanel, Louis Vuitton, my fair lady reference.
Paris by night – Moulin Rouge meets Galliano, large couture dresses through to stockings and Basques, gothic glamour.
London Carnaby street – swinging 60s quadrophenia
‘Fundamentally it will be an opportunity to have your items seen live by over 105,500 consumers as well as receiving full credits (along with images) and links to sales / Pr sites on the Clothes show’s website. We are really pushing the designer side of the show to make this years an inspirational catwalk and allow young and established designers to be recognised / idolized by the national consumer!’
PR and your credits.
A webpage on the Clothes Show site with photographs of each outfit from the show along with full credits and web links to all designers and retailers sales sites. This means this opportunity can either be turned directly into sales or used as a Pr tool to showcase new collections or as a vehicle to push up the number of on-line users to your website for even greater brand awareness.
In previous years the following brands have been on board plus many more.
Designers:Botang, Ungaro Homme, Mackintosh, Lee Lapthorne accessories, Vicky Barkess, Wiliam Gray, Reem, Linda Farrow, Rizvi Millinary, PPQ, Lulu Guiness, Nika Urbas, Rosalb de Mura, James Long, Christopher Raeburn, Soar London, Allegra Hicks, Jasper Conran, Betty Jackson, John Rocha, Penkov, King Pins, Afshin Feiz, Gieves and Hawkes, Paul and Joe, Lin Fashion, Richard Sorger, Hannah Marshall, Julia Clancey, Steve j and Yoni P, Jacob Kimmie, Olanic, Jo Cope, Kalikas Armour, Aimee McWilliams, Bora Asku
High Street: French Connection, Red or Dead footwear, Cath Kidston, Oli and Freemans, Speedo, Boxfresh, Austin Reed, Hackett, Puma, Warehouse, Designer @ Debenhams, Doc Martins, Miss Sixty/Energie, River Island, Ella Moss, Splendid, G-star footwear, Levi’s, Uniqlo.
Good luck to all of our designers who are now being put forward for the show!
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