Designers blending African, Indian, Oriental patterns to exhibit creation

Ethnic fashion show on October 28

12th October 2010: Six up and coming designers blending together African, Indian and Oriental patterns and ideas will exhibit their creation this October in a fashion show.

After grand success of the first show in Covent Garden, Momentum Collective Design — the fashion designer consulting firm — is coming up with the second edition of Ethnic Fashion Show.

The trendy and sophisticated area of Angel will host the colourful ‘Ethnic Fashion Show’.

The event will take place on October 28 at Islington MetalWorks. Islington MetalWorks is situated just behind the Angel Station.

The show is a concept envisioned to promote ethnic garments as an essential component of the mainstream fashion landscape.

The show will present the audience with an opportunity to view fashion with another perspective.

The show ties with Momentum’s goal of generating awareness to fashion’s major players. A diversity of designs, fabrics and patterns will satisfy more fashion forward customers.

As a high profile event, Momentum’s Ethnic Fashion Show provides designers with a platform to showcase their designs to fashion’s elite figures.

Momentum Collective Design is a multi faceted company which offers a range of services, however their core focus is to concentrate on the promotional guidance and support of up and coming fashion designers.

Momentum aims to help fashion designers by directing and assisting them with their portfolios. They help designers develop and understand their target audiences by developing strategies and game plan that will guarantee results in the ever changing world of fashion.

Momentum Collective Designs Managing Director Audrey Slone said their passion and expertise in business was the main motivation in building this organization. Slone asserted they offer tailor made services in order to adapt themselves to the designer’s unique needs. The Ethnic Fashion Show will begin at 7 pm and continue till 10 pm.


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