Illustration and poster: Alize Morand
The Fashion Society is proud to be organising an Underwear Fashion Show, along with the Student Union of the University of the Arts, to raise funds for charity Terrence Higgins Trust.
This event will be part of National Health Week and aim at raising awareness about health issues, such as bulimia and anorexia, which might be affecting some fashion students. The show will therefore celebrate different shapes and sizes, with male and female models not being only size zero.
The show is expected to be fabulous indeed, but also very relaxed and fun most of all, so I hope on Monday 1st December, you all put on your nicest outfit, and come to admire the creativity of London students when it comes to underwear fashion design!
The event is set to start around 7pm and then will be followed by an after-party. It will be an all student-organised show, from students who have kindly agreed to model to students in make-up and hair courses who will pamper models backstage.
The winners of the design competition, judged by the Head of London College of Fashion, the head of the Student Union and the head of the Fashion Society, will be announced and receive top prizes, and there will also be a raffle to benefit charities with very nice prizes.
And most of all, the tickets are only £2! So what are you waiting for? Book your tickets here!
More information at: http://thefashionsociety.wordpress.com