Death of Fashion?

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Tuesday 26 April 2016
09:30 - 18:30
Daytime, Something A Little Different
East London

Host: Jonathan Faiers & Dellores Laing
Speakers: Iain R Webb, Elizabeth Wilson, Barry Curtis, Catherine Spooner, Andrew Groves, Annebella Pollen
Performers: Eve Ferret (Madame Bouffant), Dahc Demur, A Ben-David & A Murray-Leslie (Chicks on Speed)
Film: Truffaut’s The Bride Wore Black

Protagonists from the field of Fashion, Thinking and YOU will respond to the question: Is fashion dead?
Fashion has recently experienced house closures, designer redundancies and untimely deaths.
Fashion is a digitally disseminated, mass consumption industry recently declared extinct.

How does popular culture and its icons impact upon fashion?
Why does the establishment rebuild fashion on its ruins?
What can we learn from fashion’s previous deaths?

Tickets £75 (early bird £60)

Includes coffee, tea, pastries & lunch

Free entry to DOH? After Party 7.00 to 11.00 pm

DoF? Dinner (optional)

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Barge House
46a De Beauvoir Crescent, London, N1 5RY


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Haggerston (Rail)


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NEW HIGH FOR CABARET CULTURE Jonathan Faiers, Dellores Laing's party connected the most fun, fantasy and fabulous Fashion movers and shakers. Loved Annebella Pollen's Woodland folk, Eve Ferret's peignoir performance. Vivienne Westwood, poor thing, wanted to inspire salon society, in the 1990s. Now there's a model for how to do it! Jayne visited Barge House on 26 Apr 2016
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