Attend the Amanda Wakeley Fashion Show as the Guest of Alex Longmore
Attend the Amanda Wakeley London Fashion Show in the Front Row as the Guest of Alex Longmore
Alex Longmore is an exciting and dynamic stylist with a passion for fashion and over sixteen years of invaluable experience in the Industry. She is a well-known figure in the fashion industry and is ranked as one of London's top fashion stylists.
The auction winner will join Alex Longmore at the Amanda Wakeley show on 23 February in the front row. Longmore personally selected Amanda Wakeley as one of her favourite brands and also one of the top catwalk shows of the London Fashion Week calendar.
Leading UK designer Amanda Wakeley is best known for her glamorous evening and cocktail dresses with a growing presence in daywear including chic day-dresses, and beautifully tailored outfits for the stylish woman. She is also the winner of numerous awards, including three British Fashion Awards.
The ticket will be in the front row at the Amanda Wakeley A/W 16-17 Fashion Show in London on February 23rd 2016 at 11.00. After the show, there will be the possibility to go for a drink with Alex to chat with her about fashion and style.
The proceeds raised from this auction will support Women for Women International
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