London Queer Fashion Show Was Real, Raw and Representative London's finest


Last week, the London Queer Fashion Show was a smörgåsbord of style, with the perfect blend of eccentricity and on-trend styles.

Introduced by transgender model and activist Munroe Bergdorf – who was recently fired by L’Oreal for her comments on race – the event saw seven of London’s most exciting LGBTQ+ designers showcasing their collections with clothing that expressed the most radical of identities.

The show itself was a platform for queer and gender non-conforming individuals to express and exhibit clothing, which allowed people to be unique in their identity, and over come the gender stereotypes.

London Queer Fashion Show will return in February 2018.


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