London Ethnic Autumn/Winter 2016 Fashion Show

London- based fashion label, London Ethnic, teamed up with the ovarian cancer support charity, Ovacome, to present the London Ethnic Autumn/Winter 2016 Line Street. The fashion show that welcomed guests from across various parts of London, showcased its in-house collection, which were inspired by the London culture.

London Ethnic Fashion Show

The fashion event celebrated the works of young inspiring London fashion designers.  The Autumn/Winter 2016 collection was a continuation of the Autumn/ Winter 2015 collection, which used inspiration from London’s architecture and nature hue along with a variety of colours that symbolised ovarian cancer; to create a captivating combination of geometrically shaped attires.

London Ethnic Fashion Show

Amongst the long list of talented designers working along side London Ethnic was Lloyd Jones, who showcased her fascinating collection of chic and edgy London inspired garments, which were displayed at the fashion show.

London Ethnic Fashion Model

CEO of London Ethnic, Saumen Kar, commented, “We work with young designers to give them an opportunity to have their work showcased. With this collection we’ve produced a collection that is representative of London. We used London’s architecture as an inspiration. We’ve got the modern building such as Gherkin and the skyscrapers; which we’ve transposed with the architecture that you may find in British museums.”

London Ethnic Autumn/Winter 2016 Collection Saumen Kar

The Autumn/Winter 2016 collection composed an exciting selection of vibrant and fun fashion pieces, which allows you to mix and match and have fun with the garments. Each clothing held a firm representation of the London culture – from the overlying pleats on the Taupe chino high waisted skirt to the rich colours of the London street lights, that echoed across the fade out print shift dress.

London Ethnic Autumn/Winter 2016 CollectionLondon Ethnic is an ethically focused fashion label that strongly focuses on encouraging fashion designers to produce their attires within the UK. “We want to produce our clothes ethically, for us we’re London Ethnic ‘Made In London’, we make everything here, we know who our workers are, we know who produces our clothes and that’s the main reason why we’ve come into being.” Explained Saumen Kar.

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