Designers to showcase work at Flow Show 2015

The Flow Show. Pic: www.martinphotography.co.uk

The Flow Show. Pic: martinphotography.co.uk

After last year’s success The Flow Show returns to St John at Hackney Church on April 18 with another charity fashion show.

This year, 12 up-and-coming designers will be showcased on the runway. Combined with music from new bands and DJs, pop-up stalls and some great food.

The show is presented by the Tommy Vine Fund, a charity offering a helping hand to young creatives by giving away bursaries and providing a support system to encourage those with the arts less readily available to them.

Musician Omar Lykfook, who performed at The Flow Show last year, said: “Once I saw what the fund was for it just made sense you know – helping people being creative. That’s where I came from. It’s so people can express themselves creatively and artistically.”

Rikki Finegold, a guest at last year’s show, said that he was so impressed by the “sheer” energy, enthusiasm and professionalism of all the people involved in the show.

“Bring on 2015”, he said.

The first Flow Show last year was a huge hit and more than 400 tickets were sold. Secure your seat at The Flow Show 2015 here.

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