'Provactive' show during fashion week highlights victims of abuse

During Fashion Week, ‘The Guilty Clothes’  show was promoted using lines such as “The most provocative fashion show ever”, heavily playing on words like “erotic” and “tease”.
The invited audience sat down in anticipation, waiting for the show to start. When the models began to walk, the it quickly became apparent that the clothes weren’t erotic at all.
In fact, the models wore garments that were inspired by the clothes that victims of sexual assault wore at the time of being attacked, to portray the problem of blaming victims of sexual assault.
The Guilty Clothes project was created to show a society quick to condemn that it is not clothing that provokes rape. Victims have been returning home from work in a smart suit, running around the park in a tracksuit, or having a cup of coffee with an old friend in comfy jeans and a sweater.
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Via: Guerilla Blog

Harrods Takes Its Runway Show To The Skies

Harrods partnered with British Airways to host a fashion show on board a A380 plane. As models strutted the narrow walkway of the plane, two hundred guests enjoyed this fashion-forward event, while sipping on Champagne and nibbling on hors d’oeuvres catered by luxury hotel The Saxon.
Once the plane set route for Johannesburg, South Africa, the fashion show featured models wearing the summer collection of Stella McCartney, Temperley London, Jenny Packham and Victoria Beckham.
This fashion show marks a year-long partnership between the two British brands, and is an example of how Harrods aims to provide its customers with unique experiences. Known for their high-spirited store events, Harrods has leveraged the power of social media to reach more consumers, giving its followers instant access to backstage happenings and live entertainment.
Via: psfk