London Fashion Week – 15-18 Sept 2008

London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week


Catwalk for Spring/ Summer 2009. Set on the forecourt of the Natural History Museum in South Kensington, the Exhibition is easily accessible.

Natural History Museum Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD

Some of the exhibitors in September 2008 are:

Paul Costelloe,Allegra Hicks,Caroline Charles,Charles Anastase,Ossie Clark,Graeme Black,PPQ,Ann-Sofie Back,Peter Jensen,John Rocha,Luella,Marios Schwab,Temperley London, Jasper Conran,Julien Macdonald,Todd Lynn,Jaeger London,Paul Smith ,adidas by StellaMcCartney,Nicole Farhi,Emma Cook,Aquascutum,Eley Kishimoto,Christopher Kane,Antoni & Alison,Amanda Wakeley,Louise Goldin,Giles,Josh Goot,Bora Aksu,Osman Yousefzada, Ashish, Modernist,Aminaka Wilmont,MAN,Bora Aksu,Osman Yousefzada,Ashish, Modernist,Aminaka Wilmont, MAN.

Visit: London Fashion Week for more info on schedules

Bllack Noir – London Fashion Week

Noir is designing collections for both the consumer’s fashion and social conscience by creating meaningfulness in the luxury segment. Customers can thus endorse consumption and give a little back to the world by purchasing clothing that supports sustainable business processes in developing countries.


This vision has led to the creation of the cotton fabric brand Noir Illuminati II – the sole purpose of which is to produce the finest sub-Saharan cotton from raw African cotton, manufactured in Europe for Noir for onward sale around the globe to leading luxury brands. This development has in turn led to the establishment of the Noir Foundation, a fund that allocates the revenue from a percentage of the sales of cotton suits and fabric to support the African cotton workers in the supply chain called Proud Harvest.

This season, Noir will be presenting its new sub brand BLAACK for women. BLLACK is an ethical, street savvy, sexy, young and price conscious addition to the label, produced from certified cotton. 

Founder Peter Ingwersen says: ‘We want to be known as the first brand to turn corporate social responsibility sexy’.

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source: London Fashion Week