Oxford Fashion Week

Oxford Fashion
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  • Jaeger
    Check out Pixie Lott wearing Boutique by Jaeger after performing on Daybreak on Friday.
  • Jasper Garvida
    Giselle Top Most girls have longed to emulate the grace and elegance of a ballerina. For Spring Summer 2011, Jasper Garvida has made that fantasy a reality, by channeling the sophistication and innocence found at the ballet, into the Giselle top. However, don’t be fooled by its girly façade, the Giselle top will give you a killer silhouette that will make you feel all woman. Made from silk organza the Giselle top mirrors the kind of spectacular movement that can normally only be achieved by donning your finest tutu! And,
  • Vango sponsors coastal walker on Trees for Life Challenge
    This week, Andreas Gschwari (34), an IT designer from Guildford, Surrey, will begin the gruelling challenge of walking the entire British coastline in a year – all to raise funds for conservation charity Trees for Life which works to restore the Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands. Sponsored by Vango, Andreas will spend all of 2011 and early 2012 on his epic ‘Walking for Trees’ adventure, covering over 4,600 miles (7,400 km) on foot. After setting off from Brighton on Sunday 6th February, he will walk the entire main island of the United Kingdom plus several outlying islands. If all goes to plan, he will to return to Brighton on 11th February 2012.
  • Oxford Fashion Week to Support the next Generation of Students
    Combining Fashion and Philanthropy, Oxford Fashion Week’s most luxurious, high fashion event, the couture show, is being run in support of the Oxford Thinking Campaign. The show, which is a white tie, high end fashion event featuring designers such as Matthew Williamson and Nicole Farhi as well as two top Russian designers, will also showcase a charity auction so that audience members can return home with a couture item of their very own. Among the donated items are; an Alexander McQueen bag, valued at £600 and a dress from Couture designer Da Sara, with a value of £6,000.
    For the first time ever, Oxford Fashion Week will be hosting an ethical fashion show alongside its couture, concept, lingerie and style shows. On Friday 4 March, 14 ethical fashion designers will be showcasing their collections at the Living Room as part of Oxford Fashion Week 2011. The show is being produced by award winning ethical designer Feng Ho, who uses a range of sustainable textiles such as bamboo, soy, organic cotton and hemp. End-of-line textiles from British fabric merchants are also utilised in her creations.

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