Abbey Clancy, Sarah Harding, Peaches Geldof and Zara Martin all showed their support, and their best assets, last night when they took part in the Lingerie London catwalk show.
The ladies showcased the beautiful designs and their amazing bodies in the show which makes a difference to women's lives.
Brought together by not-for-profit organisation The Seven Bar Foundation, in association with event co-ordinators Total Management, Lingerie London saw international Lingerie designer Agent Provocateur and couture latex designer Atsuko Kudo showcase their exquisite collections in a bid to raise money for the foundation and empower women across the globe.
Steaming up the chilly October night, a host of famous faces including singer Sarah Harding, lingerie model and presenter Abbey Clancy, TV presenter and model Peaches Geldof, model and stylist Zara Martin, British model Olivia Inge and burlesque dancer Immodesty Blaize joined 80 models on the catwalk in the stocking-fuelled extravaganza.
The event, hosted by presenter Dawn O’Porter and Irish comedian Patrick Kielty, saw Atsuko Kudo take to the stage first with a 15 minute show stopper. Presenting her first runway show in London, Atsuko Kudo brought the house down with her ‘Restricted Love’ collection. The exquisitely orchestrated looks echoed Wong Kar-wai’s ‘In the Mood For Love’ which was part of Atsuko’s inspiration for her entirely new collection created for the event.
Then came Agent Provocateur, its first UK runway show in five years and it did not disappoint. A 30 minute spectacular brought together across four key looks – Military, Romantic Goth, Glam Rock and the final of Soiree.
Guests also saw the first glimpse of Agent Provocateur’s first beautiful shoe collaboration with Charlotte Olympia which launched on Net-A-Porter.com to coincide with the event.
Renata Mutis Black, founder of the Seven Bar Foundation comments, “Lingerie London was such a great experience! We were so excited to bring the show to the UK and we are so grateful for everyone’s involvement tonight in helping us reach our goal to empower more women through microfinance!”
Femalefirst Taryn Davies