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Return of 'A La Mode' event in September

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Jul '09
La Geneve North are proud to announce the return of their Independent fashion showcase event 'A La Mode' taking place on Friday 18th September 2009, at the Luxurious Charing Cross Hotel in Central London during London Fashion Week. This high profile event attracts a range of fashion professionals including buyers, Stylists, and Press.

It is a unique opportunity for emerging and independent designers to showcase their designs on a professional Catwalk to press, buyers and the public, consisting of 200 attendees. The 'A La Mode' event which launched last season has rapidly established itself as a cost effective platform for designers to reach out to key industry figures especially during these tough economic times.

LGN Events Fashion director Yolande expressed "It has been highly evident that designers are cutting back on shows during the Fashion Weeks due to the economic crisis, therefore Independent shows such as 'A La Mode' are vital during these times". La Geneve North Events have been previously sponsored by the likes of globally recognised, established brands such as 'Hush Puppies', Quick Energy Drinks and L.A Sugar.

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