13 – 19 November 2017

How UK Democracy has inspired and shaped British fashion

How UK democracy has inspired British fashion; from the Suffragettes to the anti-establishment punk movement in the 1970s to the utilitarian clothing of the war years; how has UK democracy inspired and provided a platform for British fashion?

The event will involve talks from politicians including Baroness Jo Valentine, Tulip Siddiq MP, Ian Paisley MP, leaders in the fashion & beauty industry including Kate Hills – the founder of Make it British, and encourage debate amongst invited celebrities, politicians, students, designers, press and fashion bloggers. 

There will be an opportunity to socialise and mingle over complimentary snacks and drinks including flavoured popcorn from Propercorn. The day will be split into time slots and each guest will be allocated a time slot accordingly. 

Booking details

Email events@londonethnic.com to apply for a place

Cost to attend

No charge

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Fashion & Politics Day

Friday 20 Nov 2015, 10:00am - 4:00pm
London Ethnic
Palace of Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA
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