Wednesday, 23 September 2009
Make-Up students from The London College Of Fashion, worked on the world's first fashion show on a moving undergound train.
This event was in conjuction with London High Street Fashion Week, where models strutted their stuff down Oxford Street and then continued down to Tottenham Court Road. Then instead of just swiping their Oyster Cards/Train Tickets and sitting down quietly on the train, the models travelled in true diva style by turning the underground train cabin into their own catwalk and having the world's first fashion show on a moving underground train.
The show started at 10am on the 7th September, and was part of a series of suprise 'pop up' fashion shows to promote the new autumn clothing ranges by Selfridges, House of Fraser, Debenhams, Next, River Island, Marks & Spencer and Uniqlo and John Lewis.
Posted by Buddy at 22:21