Monthly sessions are Co-hosted by WIF Founder Daisy Walker and a previous WIF attendee.
They are usually open to 15 people only and are first come, first serve.

These are safe spaces, where openness and confidentiality is key.

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Fashion Weak - sold out

This November WIF will be co-hosted by Emma Hope Allwood, Head of Fashion at Dazed Digital.

Join us in discussing the ethics of Fashion Week.
-The effects on mental & physical health,
& the environmental impact

07.11.19 @ 7.30PM
Location; Aldgate East
More details upon receipt of your place

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL.

#BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place.

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Commercial-isms

This October WIF will be co-hosted by Tim Hughes, Commercial Art Editor at Farfetch.

Can commercial work be personal?
Why has 'commercial' become a dirty word?
Is all work made for the purpose of the audience, or the artist?

We'll be starting the session with a screening of an interview with screenwriter & playwright Rod Sterling.

10.10.19 @ 7.30PM
Location: More details upon receipt of your place

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place.

#BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

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what will we do - sold out

Women In Fashion is back in session, and starting off with the most important topic so-far; The environment.

We are now 12 years away from an irreversible global environmental disaster and as a huge contributor to waste, CO2, pollution etc the fashion industry must now address what it must do to take responsible action.

Co-hosted by WIF founder Daisy Walker and stylist Tallulah Harlech
we call upon all of those who wish to see long-lasting and authentic change within fashion, to join us in

-Exploring the main contributing issues industry-wide,
-Setting an agenda both collectively, and as individuals,
-Creating an ethos and charter to withhold.

16.09.19 @ 7PM
Blacks, 67 Dean St, W1D 4QH

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place.

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Creative Mistakes - sold out

Women in Fashion joins forces with Becky Smith, Editor of Twin Magazine 
& Founder of Twin Studio to discuss finding your way as a creative & opening up about the mistakes along the way!

-Behind the facade of what it takes to be a success in creative industries-
-The importance of support & community-
-Past mistakes & learnings-

16/05/19 @ 7.30pm
Blacks, 67 Dean St, W1D 4QH

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL

#BYOB #BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place.

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Reiki & Tarot Supper Club

From 23-28th May this year WIF Founder Daisy Walker will be joining a crew of 30 artists, photographers and industry insiders on a trek to take on the highest peak in Morocco to help raise funds and awareness for young adults living through and beyond cancer in their 20s and 30s.

Twin Magazine & Whistles is working with Trekstock to embark on a trek to take on the High Atlas Mountains - to the summit of Toubkal in only 6 days to raise £2100 each. That's a total of £63,000!

Bella & Daisy will be hosting a Tarot & Reiki supper club to help raise money!

28th April @ 5.30pm
18 Gervase St, SE15 2RS

Tickets; £25 include all food, drinks & appointments (discounts for lower incomes) -Food will be vegan & gf-

To book, donate £25 to Daisy’s Just giving page with your name and email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm.

 
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MASCULINITY & MAN - SOLD OUT

Women in Fashion has always been a space for women and men!

And this April WIF will be co-hosted by; 
Ted Stansfield, Digital Editor of Another & Another Man 
 & Thomas Gorton, Creative Lead on Special Projects at Dazed Studio 

Exploring a personal meaning for masculinity in an evolving landscape

-What masculinity means to you-
-Gender norms & expectations-
-Who is 'Man' alongside a quickly evolving perception of 'Woman' & gender?-

16.04.19 @ 7.30PM
Location; TBC
More details upon receipt of your place

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL


#BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place.

 
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LIVING BODIES- SOLD OUT

This March to celebrate International Women Day, WIF will be welcoming Alexandria Coe back again to lead a very intimate life drawing class with a twist!

Come to critique the female nude throughout history, the nude vs naked debate throughout art & the personal gaze on the naked form. 

This session will be part discussion & part class, so prepare to get out of your own headspace and to view the nude form as an art piece.

12/03/19 @ 7PM
Location; Deptford
More details upon receipt of your place

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL

#BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place.

 
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WIF X TWIN MAGAZINE

Women in Fashion joins forces with Twin Magazine's 10th Anniversary exhibition @ 180 Strand for out first session of 2019, co-hosted by WIF Founder Daisy Walker and artist Alexandria Coe.

Together we'll be tackling Representation of the body; womanhood & ownership in the fashion industry

The role of branded selves amidst an evolving female & male gaze. 
The use of changing genders shaping the exploration of gender and womanhood, and the personal impact of historical restricted ideas of womanhood

02/02/19 @ 2-5pm
180 the Strand, WC2R 1EA

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL

#BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place.

 
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LONELY HEARTS - SOLD OUT

To round up the year Women in Fashion's December session will be co-hosted by Art Director Lauren Fye of @C_l_o  <3


Together we'll be tackling loneliness in Fashion; 
The need for community and togetherness in an industry that is full with freelancers & The importance of fostering real relationships in an industry based on fantasy.

10/12/18 @ 7.30pm 
27 Peartree Lane
E1W 3SR

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL

#BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place

 
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BRANDED TOGETHER - SOLD OUT

This November Women in Fashion joins forces with Fashion journalist Bella Gladman!


Together we'll be tackling the relationship between activists and brands in a more engaged consumer-led society.
Can activists be used in an authentic way to bring politics to consumerism? 
What are the pros and cons of fashion embracing activism? 
And does an industry based on trends carry longevity for true change? 

21/11/18 @ 7.30pm 
Flat 15 Grenier Apartments, 
18 Gervase Street,
SE15 2RS

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL

#BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place

 
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WOMAN

Women in Fashion joins forces with Rapideye Darkroom to host an exhibition exploring the theme of ‘Woman’ for one night only through photography, art & words.

Larissa Hofmann, Eddie Wrey, Lea Colombo, Alex Lockett, Will Grundy, Beatriz Maues, Agnes Costa, Lily Vetch, Katy Vetch, Nick Hadfield, Laura Jane Coulson, Alexandria Coe, Billy Neilson, Alice Joiner, Jack Symes, Fern Bain Smith, Lucie Rox, Christo Geoghegan, Dham Srifuengfung,  Francesca Allen, Daisy Walker

18/10/18 @ 7pm
Rapid Eye
79 Leonard St
EC2A 4QS

 
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REPRESENT

This September Women in Fashion will be hosting a panel talk for British Fashion Council during London Fashion Weekend Festival.

Chaired by Daisy Walker, Photographer & Founder of Women in Fashion, our three panelists will discuss the urgency of representation & accountability within the  fashion industry.

Maria Yeung, Founder of Marie Yat
Mischa Notcutt, 11 Casting
Ronan Mckenzie, Photographer

21/09/18 @ 6pm
British Fashion Council

LFW Festival Talks Gallery
The Store x 180 Strand

Buy tickets here

 
 
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BEAUTY MARKS - sold out 

This July Women in Fashion joins forces with Make-up artist Lucy Joan Pearson to discuss all things beauty!

Together we'll be taking on diversity in the industry,  surgery, sustainability & the role of social media in constructing/deconstructing our modern standards of beauty. 


26/07/18 @ 7pm
15 Hansler Rd
SE22 9DJ

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL #BYOB#BYOB #BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

 
 
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ART-ACHE - SOLD OUT

This June Women in Fashion joins forces with Agnes Costa of Rapideye to discuss the role of art in processing past traumas.

Drawing from personal experiences of practise provoking purpose via art,  Daisy will discuss her recent nude series, 'Solace', and Agnes, 'Ex'.

Together we will aim to unpick the power of art therapy in processing pain.

28/06/18 @ 7pm
Rapideye
79 Leonard St
EC2A 4QS

15 SPACES ONLY. RSVP ESSENTIAL

 #BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place.

 
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SELF CARE IN THE DIGITAL AGE - SOLD OUT

Balancing the real & digital self

Women in Fashion is proud to announce our very first panel talk!
We hate to turn you away, and now with room for 40 finally don't have to!

Chaired by award-winning Journalist & Author, Radhika Sanghani, our panelists will discuss the unique pressures of personal branding on social media, striving to live up to your digital self and the true meaning of the trend word 'self-care'.

Hear from three women with unique perspectives; 
Jessica Steuart Hoyler, Head of Styling at Burberry
Maggy Van Eijk, Author of 'Remember This When You're Sad'
Nellie Eden, Journalist & Co-Founder of female lead creative agency, Baby Face.

23/05/18 @ 7pm
Emilys Bar, 
79 Stoke Newington Rd, 
N16 8AD

40 SPACES
Tickets cost £5 and include a drink.

BUY TICKETS HERE

 
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money talks - SOLD OUT

Women in Fashion joins forces with the women of Babyface to discuss all things money!

Late fees, the gender gap, cash flow, day rates and not being afraid to ask. 
Nellie Eden & Claire Burman will co-host a session on knowing your worth

30/04/18 @ 7.30pm
Greenwich Academy, 50 Blackheath Rd, Flat 15 , SE10 8DZ

15 SPACES ONLY.
RSVP ESSENTIAL

#BYOB #BYOB #BYOB #BYOB

Email daisy@womeninfashion.co.uk to confirm your place.