Tag : Leeds Rag Fashion Show
The biggest fashion event in Leeds is back in February. Every year Leeds Raise and Give society put together a catwalk fashion show in aid of charity. For its 11th year, the Leeds Rag Fashion Show – under the direction of Arabella Bowes and Tamika Hewitt – will be … Read More
15th of February 2018. Put it in your diaries. Whack a post-it on the wall. Tell your friends, flatmates, housemate, tutors, lecturers, anyone and everyone. Leeds RAG Fashion Show is returning for the 10th year and this turn of a decade is set to complement the increasing diversity of the … Read More
The annual RAG fashion show consistently supports a range of local charities, and the 2016 show is in aid of Leeds Mencap and the Refugee Council. For the feel of this photo shoot, we wanted to touch upon the different eras and their representations within the show, without giving away … Read More
The theme has been released and we can’t wait to see Talkin’ bout a Revolution in its full glory on Thursday the 11th of February. We met up with the Leeds RAG stylists to get the lowdown on the upcoming show. What has been your favourite fashion revolution to date? … Read More
Bolongaro Trevor Founded by British designers Kait Bolongaro and Start Trevor, Bolongaro Trevor juxtaposes contemporary streetwear, vintage military and British Victorian styles. The brand’s individuality in its approach to fashion is incomparable. Both designers boast remarkable industry creativity and dedication; having worked as Head of Menswear at Reiss for seven … Read More
You’ve got more chance of being struck by lightning than reaching model requirements. That’s according to statistics revealing the average commercial model size at least, showing one in forty thousand meets these conditions. We live in a society where we are bombarded by the media each day, being sold products … Read More
Lights, camera…strut your stuff for charity. Last Thursday night brought the hotly anticipated RAG Fashion Show to the Union- turning up the heat and adding far more raunchiness than the Refectory is used to.