Full List of Committee Members For ‘My Favourite Dress Ball’
Hilary Alexander, Jo Appleby, Lucinda Chambers, Alison Chow, Emma Day, Ben De Lisi,
Poppy de Villeneuve, Daisy de Villeneuve, Damaris Evans, Elspeth Gibson, Allegra Hicks, Anya Hindmarch, Ashley Isham, Jackie Llewelyn-Bowen, Louis Mariette, Jean Muir Ltd, Sarah Owen, Jenny Packham, Jade Parfitt, Lorraine Pringle, Clements Ribeiro, John Rocha, Ann-Louise Roswald, Nick Smith, Sir Paul Smith,
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Fashion and Textile Museum
Opened in 2003, the Fashion and Textile Museum (FTM) represents the life long dream of founder, Zandra Rhodes. Located in one of the fashion capitals of the world, London, the museum is the first of its kind to showcase the talent of local and international fashion and textile designers. The FTM focuses on British and international fashion and textile design from 1950 to the present day.
Fashion and Textile Museum’s educational program aims to stimulate, encourage and inspire young minds through the study of contemporary fashion and textile design. The museum aims to celebrate the innovative talent within the fashion industries and encourage young and aspiring designers to take the fashion industry to a new height and lead the way to the future.
Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity
Rainbow Trust provides a vital service to families who have a child diagnosed with a life threatening or terminal illness. >From diagnosis, through bereavement and beyond they offer practical and emotional support and care both in the families’ own home and in two respite houses in Surrey and Northumberland.
At any time 10,000 families in England have a child diagnosed with a terminal or life threatening illness. No one expects to out-live their children. The news that your child may die shatters families.
Currently, Rainbow Trust helps one in ten of these families. For every child helped there are nine that don’t receive their special care. Rainbow Trust’s dream is for every one of these families to have access to a consistent source of emotional and practical support, for as long as they need it.