Come to the THEA PORTER 70s Bohemian Chic exhibition and add some Seventies sparkle to your visit with a glass of fizz.
Get set for spring by taking style inspiration from the original fashion bohemian, Thea Porter (1927–2000). From her Damascus upbringing to Hollywood high society clients, Porter helped invent the hippie aesthetic beloved by Talitha Getty, Elizabeth Taylor, Faye Dunaway and the writer Edna O’Brien. Chart Porter’s journey from a tiny Soho showroom to global success through a collection of over 150 textiles, garments, sketches and photographs, and then discuss the current Seventies style revival over a glass of fizz in the Museum café.
The Museum café is operated by Teapod and offers a range of 20 top quality loose leaf teas together with espresso based coffees and a fantastic selection of hand-made cakes, salads, soups and stews.
Price: £10 includes a voucher for a glass of fizz in Teapod café, to be redeemed on the night by 7.15pm.
Brides Magazine and Phase Eight have got together to organise this girl's night out at Phase Eight's flagship store opening! Tickets are free, but there's limited room so head over to Bride's site pronto for full details and how to book.
Join this catwalk show and after party organised by Modelesque, where you'll get to admire eveningwear from O'nitaa and Sonia Louise Funnell, summerwear from Vergara, and nightwear and lingerie from Bluebella.
Fashions Finest is an off-schedule fashion show that occurs during London Fashion Week, and that provides opportunities to new talent who would not normally be able to participate in the official event.
This new event at Greenwich Peninsula from the team behind Urban Village Fete promises to showcase the latest emerging creatives from the worlds of fashion, beauty, art, design, homeware, music and seasonal food.