Orange Culture Set For Showcase At London Fashion Week

Orange Culture goes to Fashion Week London.

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We are super excited to announce – @fashionscoutlondon ・・・ FASHION SCOUT AW17 | ONES TO WATCH WINNERS Fashion Scout, the international showcase for fashion pioneers, are delighted to announce the winners of Ones to Watch for London Fashion Week AW17 – @joannaberling, @krasimira_stoyneva @orangecultureng & @r_u.chen Fashion Scout will present their Ones to Watch on Friday 17th February 2017 at 16.30pm, The Gallery Catwalk, Freemasons' Hall,London. For Invite Requests contact Selected from a long list of emerging designers by a panel of industry experts including @mrfashionscout , @tonyglenville @rebekahroy & @niamh.tuft Ones to Watch is designed to support emerging designers, develop business internationally and generate maximum media and buyer attendance. #FashionScout #AW17 #OTW #OnesToWatch #JoannaBerling #OrangeCulture #KrasimiraStoyneva #Ru #FashionPioneers #FashionScoutAW17 #LondonFashionWeek #London #Fashion #LondonFashion #Designers #Announcement #fashionscoutonestowatch Thank you for this opportunity 💙

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Leading Nigerian fashion brand Orange Culture, will be the first Nigerian brand to feature in the UK’s biggest independent showcase for pioneers. Their new Autumn/Winter 2017 Collection will be showcased in the London Fashion Scout segment on February 17th at Freemason’s Hall, 60 Great Queen St.

Tagged under the “Ones To Watch” category, Orange Culture was picked by a select group of industry experts, fashion scouts and editors from a curated list of innovative fashion designers. The Fashion Scout London is the largest off schedule event during London Fashion Week. It is especially credited as a platform that helps to propel the brightest promising designers to stardom, which will serve as an added advantage for the brand in the cutthroat industry.

London Fashion Week is set to kick off on 17th February until 21st February 2017. Check out some of the shots from Orange Culture’s Spring/Summer 17 collection.


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