Wednesday 29th April 2020
Venue: Metronome, Nottingham, 11am-4.30pm
With employability for our students as a main driver of these Awards, Fashanne will be holding a series of workshops at the Metronome building in Nottingham focusing on enabling students to bridge the gap between university and the workplace in the most productive and efficient way. Three workshops will run throughout the day. These workshops are open to 1st, 2nd and 3rd year students. The selection of attendees will be the choice of each university and numbers will be dependent on capacity.
11am – 12.30pm: Workshop 1: Picture your Future on Social Media Hosted by Michael Ilori (Lighthouse Fashion Photography & Films)
Michael Ilori UK based internationally-published fashion photographer and film director. Specialising in high impact production for commercial and editorial fashion brands and known for his edgy style using vivid colours and vibrancy.
1pm – 2.30pm: Workshop 2: Get that Job! Hosted by Katie Greenyer (Creative Talent & Network Director, Pentland Brands) and Orlando Martins (CEO & Founder, ORESA Executive Search)
Orlando Martins founded ORESA in 2008 and developed a system to deliver winning strategies and exceptional people for rapid scale-ups, SMEs and global corporations. Clients have included Boohoo, Gymshark, Joules and Oasis. His career includes co-founding a property-technology start up and owning a restaurant. His personal inspiration comes from the philanthro-capitalists who believed that if companies grow in a sustained way, the ripple of jobs and investment results in increased hope and prosperity. Orlando has recruited in all fashion disciplines including design, buying and marketing.
Katie Greenyer – Link to Bio
3pm – 4.30pm: Workshop 3: How to Change the World Hosted by Simon Platts (Sourcing Director, ASOS) and Terence Senford (Creative Director, Hugo Boss)
Terence Senford is a Creative Consultant, Artist and Fashion Mentor who has held creative leadership roles at the leading Sport Lifestyle brands and most recently, at Hugo Boss. His career started on Savile Row at Ozwald Boateng, defining the intersection between tailoring, fashion and sport before driving his unique perspective within the world of sport fashion. An Athleisure expert, Terence has been influential in crafting creative direction and design for Adidas, Puma and Umbro including notable high profile sport and lifestyle initiatives like Puma’s 2008 Beijing Olympic apparel program and the 2012 England soccer team kit.
Wednesday 29th April 2020
Venue: Metronome, Nottingham, 6.30pm – 8pm.
Tickets £15 each (incl. complementary drink)
A series of short talks by well-known experts within the Fashion Industry, followed by ‘Question Time’. Your chance to submit a question of your choice for a member of the panel to answer. Hosted by Anne Davies, Founder of Fashanne & BBC News presenter.
Members of the panel:
Caryn Franklin MBE, Fashion Commentator, Educator & Writer Link to bio
Simon Platts, Sourcing Director, ASOS Link to bio
Katie Greenyer, Creative Talent & Network Director, Pentland Brands Link to bio
Terence Senford, Creative Director, Hugo Boss
Thursday 30th April 2020
Venue: St Mary’s Church, Nottingham. 6.30pm – 10pm.
Tickets £30 each (incl. complementary drink & canapes)
Founder of Fashanne and your host for the evening, BBC’s Anne Davies, invites you to an event showcasing the talent of our Fashion Designers of the Future. A chance to view all the students’ designs from the universities across the Midlands in one place! Take the opportunity to vote for your favourite and help them win The People’s Choice Award. Watch their creations come to life on the catwalk for the fashion show and you may recognise some of the models!
6.30pm Doors open. View the exhibition, vote for your favourite design
8pm Fashion show & entertainment
9pm Presentation of the Fashanne Awards