Fashion for Freedom is being held to aid Save the Children, a charity organisation focusing on four key issues: education, health, tackling hunger and child protection. This charity also responds to emergencies, helping families to rebuild their lives following natural disasters like the flooding in Pakistan or the earthquake in Haiti.

Friday 22nd July 2011 at Studio Valbonne
62 Kingly Street
Nearest Tube: Oxford Circus
 Doors open 7.30 PM

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We at Fashion for Freedom would like to thank everyone who supported us and came to the event on Friday 22nd July 2011; we hope you enjoyed yourselves!

It has been such a great experience for everyone and the designers managed to produce such amazing pieces for their collection. Their hard work really did pay off as their collection proved to be a great success on the runway with so many interests and great feedback!

The models looked absolutely stunning too and big thanks to Make Up 2 Dazzle for doing such a fantastic job in regards to hair and make up.

Those who tried on glitter henna by LipStick were surely amazed and impressed by the talent of the artists as well!

Jeanelle from Passionate Foods also provided the event with a large variety of delicious cupcakes. By the end of the night they were all gone!!!

We were truly impressed by the belly dancers (Laura and Kate from Sabihah Stars) as well as the very unexpected burlesque performance by TeTe Brown. Hello Mexico did amazing too so a big thank you to all the performers who have donated their time and energy to entertain us for the night.

Congratulations to the winners of the raffle prizes as well, we hope you enjoy your prizes!

Last but not least, a massive thank you to everyone involved in the event; they were at the venue for the whole day on Friday prepping and rehearsing for the night, and the show wouldn't have happen without them.

Thanks again to the all the sponsors and everyone who came to the show. We managed to raise over £2,000 from your kind donation and it's great to know that the funds are going to a very deserving charity - Save the Children!