Count down to London Fashion Week…

We are one of 20 designers selected to take part in the Regenerate Japan pop-up store and exhibition during London Fashion Week. Taking place from the 16th -19th September at The Reading Room Gallery in Soho, the event is supported by Nolcha and Japan Fashion Week, and is to showcase the Spring/Summer Collections of select designers.

I am so excited about this event! I adore London Fashion Week and welcome innovative events like this. We are very proud to be taking part and having this opportunity to present our collection in this great city and at the same time support a truly wonderful cause.

Set in a beautiful Japanese garden installation designed by Ben Charles Edwards, the event will also have some special highlights throughout the weekend, including Japanese nail bars, sushi service and Japanese tea ceremonies.

The Nadia Minkoff collection of bags and jewellery will be showcased in the pop-up shop area of the event, and each store will raise money for the Japan Tsunami and Earthquake foundations, with 25% of profits going directly towards the Regenerate Japan fund.

ABOUT REGENERATE JAPAN:
Regenerate is a project that unites artists and retailers to raise funds for charity. Regenerate is about new life, growth and is created by the renowned director and filmmaker Ben Charles Edwards, who has rapidly made a name for himself with a queue of celebrity suitors from the film and fashion worlds such as Jude Law, Sadie Frost, Boy George, Sally Phillips, Giles Deacon, Zandra Rhodes, Piers Atkinson and others who are vying to infuse Edwards’ extraordinarily inventive aesthetics into their projects. Regenerate is coordinated in association with Freya Olsen and Regenerate Japan is the first project of this kind.

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