This month we’ve invited four speakers who are working in exciting ways within contemporary fashion. Joining us is London based fashion designer Kit Neale to tell us how how his colourful clothing and playfully animated graphic prints explore themes of British life and humour, and mens fashion critic for the Financial Times Charlie Porter will discuss his journalistic approach for leading fashion publications and his own personal blog.
Also joining us is editor and creative director of Twin Magazine Becky Smith to talk about her biannual publication that fuses fashion with arts and culture, and set designer Sarah Parker will tell us how she creates incredible visual worlds for everyone from Dior to Vanity Fair.
As ever the beers will be on us, so come and join us for a tip-top night of creative inspiration!
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They have brought their professionalism to both our Printed Pages magazine and the It’s Nice That Annual 2013, and we look forward to working with them in 2014 and beyond. To contact Park, email Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the website www.parkcom.co.uk.
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