It’s that time of year again… the women of London don their finest, primp, preen and set out on a night of glamour, cocktails and “daaahling – I just love your look”. The heels are on, the talons are polished and the lashes are widened in permanent doe-eyed seduction. The London Fashion Week is approaching.
It’s a time of parties, a time for ogling the super thin and super stylish as they prance about in clothes that mere mortals could never dream of affording (let alone fit into!). Guest lists are poised and ready, door men are quick to turn away even the classiest Z-list celebs and again, the average pedestrian is forced to walk past – muttering in feigned aloofness “I didn’t want to go THERE anyway… McDonalds is far better”. Right, sure it is…
Don’t kid yourself – fashion parties can be fun. Some, better yet are actually accessible. The Kaiz Boutique London Fashion Week Party is one such event. Open to all and sundry – though don’t try to get past that VIP barrier unless you pay for it buddy! This year’s extravaganza will be held at Sugar Reef on Wednesday 15th February at Sugar Reef.
The best thing about this party is not the buzz of waiting in line (?!), or the cocktail and canap? reception – finger food generally doesn’t go down well amongst models anyway. The real draw card here is the entertainment. My last fashion show featured Jodie Marsh as compeer, a move they have obviously improved upon… the emphasis this time is on the music. Thank the fashion world Lord above!
The show will open with a performance from hot Latin dance duo Natalie Baltao & Frank Santos. Dance off those mini sausages, I dare you! Punters will then preview one off fashion pieces in a catwalk show from a selection of London’s top designers. Get those glad rags on – there’s no excuse for last season shockers this time around troops.
The highlight of the night is sure to be a performance from UK Soul Sensation – Nayla. An interview with the songbird herself will grace the 020.com site soon. Watch this space…
If nothing else, there’s bound to be a host of celebrity models. Wear your highest heels in order to rub shoulders with some of the hottest movers and shakers in the industry. The celebrations will then continue with an after party of fun, frolics and fashion.
If your guilty conscience puts funds above fashion, rest assured, there’s a good cause involved! The NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) is the UK’s leading charity specialising in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children. There will be a collection and charity raffle with prizes up for grabs.
Enter the 020.com competition for the chance to win two tickets, or take advantage of the ?5 discount by quoting the code “PR19” when you order.
Standard – ?15 + booking fee
VIP – ?25 + booking fee (seated at front and you will receive a VIP goody bag)
Purchase online at www.ticketweb.co.uk or call 08700 600 100
Tickets are non-refundable. Over 18’s only.
Smart Dress Code – Stylish Denim Allowed
Reception from 7-8pm, Show from 8pm-10pm, After Party from 10pm
See you there… I’ll be in my biggest, pointiest heels. If last time was anything to go by, I’ll need them. You will too – those models are tall. If you want a good view you’ll need a good dose of artificial height!