Style Your Stripes Climate Cape By Atelier Tammam at London Fashion Week 2021

What are you doing on the evening of Tuesday 26th of October dear readers?! Want to come and meet me in Piccadilly at Sir Christopher's Wren's St James's Church in the heart of London town for an evening of slow, circular fashion, star-studded emerald glamour, music and joy? Style Your Stripes Slow Fashion Gala.

Win Tickets to see Emeli Sande and Anna Lapwood

I ask because I have a pair of covetable tickets worth £120 each plus goody bags worth £100 to give away to see Emeli Sande, Yoanna Karimova, conductor and organist Anna Lapwood and climate scientist Professor Ed Hawkins star in an evening of flight of fantasy ' style your climate stripes' slow fashion, soaring, transformative music and emerald carpet allure hosted by responsible, slow couturier Lucy Tammam, founder of Atelier Tammam.  Lucy and I have collaborated on some of my iconic fashion stories, notably, with film icon Jenny Agutter, Poldark starlet Eleanor Tomlinson and Colin Morgan.

Put on your very best forever evening gown and have your picture taken on the red and blue carpet before drinking artisan cocktails by our favourite slow cocktail mixologist Danni, from Mindful Mixology.  

Professor Ed Hawkins and Singer Emeli Sande

The evening is in aid of the world-famous St James's Church Piccadilly, in the heart of London's West End and their organ restoration fund. This iconic and very pretty church which I must have walked past hundreds of times as a journalist was designed and built by Sir Christopher Wren and opened in 1684. On Tuesday night, designer Lucy Tammam will unveil her COP 26 Climate Stripe scarf inspired by Professor Ed Hawkins of the University of Reading and his now much talked about temperature research which demonstrates the warming of the earth from 1850 to the present day translated from data into vibrant and highly visual colour temperature stripes.  

Journalist and Luminaries Magazine Founder and Editor Alison Jane Reid Presenting a Slow Fashion Catwalk and Organic Tea Party

Yours truly will be reporting from the event and recording interviews for The Luminaries Magazine. To be in with a chance of winning you need to be following The Luminaries Magazine and Atelier Tammam on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or LinkedIn. Then tell me in a tweet or comment about an article you have loved in the magazine and why you simply must come to this wonderful night of culture, slow fashion, music, glamour and climate awareness.

Anna Lapwood Conductor, Organist and Director of Music Pembroke College Cambridge

The Prize - Entry for two people to the St James's Church gala on the 26th October 2021, a professional picture on the red carpet, a private tour of the church and a responsible luxury goody bag given to VIP guests at the Atelier Tamman catwalk presentation during London Fashion Week 2021. The editor's decision is final and there is no cash alternative. Transport to and from the event is not included.

Atelier Tammam Couture at London Fashion Week September 2021

The winner will be announced on Social Media on Monday the 25th of October.

About Atelier Tammam -  Lucy Tammam is the creative director of Atelier Tammam. A slow, artisan haute couture fashion house, based in literary Bloomsbury and founded in 2007. Ms Tammam, a graduate of St Martin's School of Art and design is one of the leading founders of the circular and responsible fashion movement in London. This bijou fashion house has a fully sustainable supply chain, using sumptuous nature fibres and crafts timeless peerless fashion works of art using exquisite needlework, embroidery and razor tailoring.  Atelier Tammam.

You can also buy a ticket to the Wear You Stripes Slow Fashion Gala Here.

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