Graduate Fashion Week has added three new global ambassadors to its roster, which includes the likes of Julien MacDonald, Gareth Pugh and Henry Holland.
Iconic British designers Dr Pam Hogg and Christopher Raeburn and creative and living artist Daniel Lismore have now also joined the 27-year-old charity’s official line-up. They will be present at the internationally acclaimed four-day event this June, offering advice to students and attending the Gala Award Show.
“Having been in the business a long time and managed to survive regardless of my unorthodox approach, I feel I’ve a wealth of knowledge to offer from a different perspective,” comments Hogg, whose celebrity following includes Rhianna, Kylie Minogue, Lady Gaga and Siouxsie Sioux.
Graduate Fashion Week is a charitable organisation that supports the largest showcase of BA fashion in the world. The annual event attracts 30,000 guests and features 25 catwalk shows and exhibition stands alongside a schedule of seminars and workshops.
Boutique buyers and owners can attend for free by registering at GraduateFashionWeek.com/registration