Designer Amanda Wakeley Announced for Trust in Fashion

Designer Amanda Wakeley Announced for Trust in Fashion

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Date published: 01 February 2016 by Digital Team

Tickets for Trust in Fashion are expected to sell out fast after the announcement of Amanda Wakeley as this year’s featured designer. Wakeley will be showcasing pieces from her latest collection as well as attending in person to meet guests and answer questions from the audience live on stage. A host of other celebrity guests attending include Hugo Taylor, Melanie Sykes, Ferne McCann and Marie Claire Editor in Chief Trish Halpin.

Trust in Fashion, returning for its sixth year on Friday 11 March at The Savoy Hotel, will also be showcasing to London’s fashion elite the latest collections from designer Anna Mason and diamond retailer Boodles. This is all alongside an afternoon of retail indulgence!

The event, a special 30th Anniversary celebration for Rainbow Trust, starts in The Savoy’s River Room with a champagne reception and the opportunity for guests to enjoy shopping at a luxurious pop-up fashion boutique. Afterwards guests are invited into The Ballroom for a fabulous Savoy afternoon tea before watching a series of catwalk shows including a selection from Amanda Wakeley’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection and hearing from the designer herself.

Attending the event will also be celebrity guests including Made in Chelsea star and founder of one of the fastest growing British fashion brands Taylor Morris Eyewear, Hugo Taylor, TV presenter Melanie Sykes and TV personality Ferne McCann.

Trust in Fashion is a sell-out event limited to 250 guests. For more information and to book your tickets click here.

Rainbow Trust is a national charity and 2016 marks our 30th Anniversary. We offer emotional and practical support for the whole family; from their child’s diagnosis, during treatment and if needed, through bereavement and beyond. We rely almost entirely on voluntary donations and thanks to generous supporters help over 1,900 families in England.

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