One of Britain’s up and coming fashion brands showcased its latest collection during the first catwalk event to take place at Church House Westminster.
Osman, a designer favoured by the likes of Beyoncé, Taylor Swift and British actress Emma Watson, held its London Fashion Week show for its Spring/Summer ‘17 collection at the venue on Monday (September 19).
Amelia O’Mahoney at OSMAN, commented: “Church House Westminster provided the ideal location for the showing of the brands latest collection. The show was a great success and has been well received by all those who attended. We’d like to thank all the partners who contributed to this, including the support provided by Church House and its staff.”
Church House Westminster’s General Manager Robin Parker commented: “It’s great to be part of London Fashion Week, one of the city’s most creative events. The Osman fashion show is just the type of event we have been looking to attract since Church House Westminster’s rebrand earlier this year, and we are delighted they chose to showcase their Spring/Summer ’17 collection to the fashion world against the backdrop of the Assembly Hall.”
The show, staged in association with Bacchus PR, was held in the Assembly Hall with models giving a glimpse into Osman’s annual journal, The Collective – a celebration of the women in the designers’ life and how they wear clothes. For Spring/Summer ‘17 the designer compounds this point: friends of the brand, both established and new faces in fashion, took to the catwalk alongside a street-cast line-up, showing that real life appeal and a transformative versatility are at the core of the collection. The effect is a collection of transmutable pieces designed to be interpreted and inspired by the modern woman and the community that contributes to Osman’s collective.