Why Fashion Matters: A Fashion Panel Debate at Selfridges Exchange Square, City Centre, 28 September 2016, free entry - Visit now
This panel debate grapples with our love-hate relationship with fashion. Held in the newly launched womenswear department at Selfridges, the discussion features a range of voices from across the fashion world, led by the head of the London School of Fashion, Frances Corner. She’s joined by New York-based model and columnist for InStyle UK Naomi Shimada, the stylist, art director and editor of The Frugality blog Alexandra Stedman and photographer Nina Manandhar, author of What We Wore – A People’s History of British Style.
Fans of the feminist website Vagenda will also be pleased to hear that co-author and Guardian writer Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett will also be on the panel. Don’t miss this one-off event – tickets are free, by RVSP is essential (to RSVP.firstname.lastname@example.org) as places are limited.
Why Fashion Matters: A Fashion Panel Debate at Selfridges Exchange Square, City Centre