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FASHIONED FOR FREEDOM

Fashioned for Freedom 2012 November 28 2012

FASHIONED FOR FREEDOM 2012 created by Red Pill Social Video Agency



Amisha Ghadiali talks about ethical fashion November 21 2012


Amisha Ghadiali talks about ethical fashion and Fashioned for Freedom


Thank you November 21 2012

Thank you so very much to everyone who came to Fashioned for Freedom. Your contribution has helped the fight against trafficking. We raised a grand total of £2500 for the Social Enterprises and Charities that help put an end to trafficking.


Fashioned for Freedom October 23 2012

The ethical fashion night out will be held in the striking St Mary's where fashion will intertwine with art, showcasing the best of ethical fashion through instillations, with DJ sets, entertainment, celebrities and an open wine bar. 

                                        


The event October 23 2012

Fashioned for Freedom 2012 DETAILS

This year's Fashioned for Freedom organised by House of Beth is going to be BIGGER and BETTER than ever before. 

As well as being THE Ethical Fashion night of the year.....

The event will be premiering the innovative ethical fashion film of the year directed by Tamzin Haughton.

The leading ethical fashion designers have donated items of clothing to the film:
British Vogue's young star Ada Zanditon, Livia Firth's favourite designers Henrietta Ludgate, From Somewhere and Beulah London, Zoe Boomer, Goodone, People Tree and Shadowplay NYC.

These items will be auctioned off after the film but will be displayed through artistic instillations. 

BBC personality and Newsround presenter Nel Hedayat and Sky Sports presenter Olivia Godfrey will be presenting the acts of the evening. 

Speakers (5 minutes each we promise):
ECOVER UK
Baroness Butler Sloss GBE, PC Vice Chairman of the Human Trafficking Foundation.
The first female Lord Justice of Appeal and the highest ranking female judge in the UK.

Media Partner: Slink Magazine.

Open Wine Bar 

There will be fabulous Vintage and Ethical jewellery Sales throughout the evening. 

Expect to be....Amazed. 



For more information email info@houseofbeth.com or tweet us at @house_of_beth 

Music October 23 2012

 There will be music all night from the brilliant

Digital Farm Animals and sets from the trendy DJ Colourblind


Expect to have ridiculous amounts of fun.


Flight October 23 2012

The Film FLIGHT will be Premiered at Fashioned For Freedom 2012.
Film Premise: 
Many girls become models but how many are trafficked for that same ambition. 

Director: Tamzin Haughton  Producers: House of Beth
Dancers:  Kanae Sutcliffe, Louise May Parker, Jaslyn Reader, Emily Lewis
Designers: Ada Zanditon, Zoe Boomer, From Somewhere, Shadowplay NYC
Jewellery: Justine Silverstone for House of Beth
Stylists:  Asha Patel and Nimo   Make Up Artist: Poppy France
Music Track: Sam Merrifield

Some behind the scene Pics! 

    


See More Pictures on House of Beth's Facebook page

For more information or if you would like to advertise email info@houseofbeth.com or tweet us at @house_of_beth 
BUY TICKETS FOR THE LEADING ETHICAL FASHION EVENT


Open Wine Bar October 23 2012

 Huge thank you to our Wine sponsor CONFIRMED to be NEDERBURG and Echo Falls.
There will be red, white and sparkling so that your cup doth overflow!


THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION OF MIGRATION'S VICTIM'S FUND October 23 2012

 A BIT MORE ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION OF MIGRATION'S VICTIM'S FUND:


“IOM in the UK set up the Victim Fund in order to assist individuals trafficked into the UK who wish to return to their home countries but are unable to access support. It allows survivors to return home in a dignified way through the provision of reintegration support to assist in their recovery back home and reinsertion into society.

“The road to recovery for victims of trafficking can be a long journey; our main concern however is the victim’s safety and well-being. To really help them secure their future, we need to provide them with tools to empower themselves. This means that we need to fulfill more than just their short-term needs. The victim’s fund would therefore contribute to their reintegration into society, whether in the form of accommodation, education or vocational training”, Clarissa Azkoul, Chief of Mission in IOM UK.