ZOE LEM’S VINTAGE WEDDING FAIR ~ WIN TICKETS
Are you a bit of a vintage glamour puss? Do you melt at the thought of all that old school Hollywood style? Are you dieing to incorporate all his style into your wedding day? Yes? Then this is the vintage wedding fair for you! Zoe Lem’s Vintage Wedding Fair is next Sunday, 28th October in Clerkenwell. Zoe will be giving a fabulous talk on vintage wedding dress eras and which era would suit YOUR bridal shape. There’s also a fabulous catwalk session showcasing all the different wedding dress styles of each decade, it’s not to be missed!
So what do you need to do to win a pair of tickets? Simply comment on this post declaring which decade you find the most decadent and why you’d like to win the tickets. Good luck!
Zoe Lem has spent the last 15 years working as a stylist, building a reputation across the world for her expertise in fashion, style and ‘shape dressing’. Zoe’s passion for making people look great has seen her work with celebrities including Myleene Klass and Robbie Williams, TV shows such as The Wright Stuff and GMTV, brands as big as L’Oreal and Disney and magazines from Elle and Glamour to FHM and Q magazine. Pioneering the concept of dressing to suit your shape, Zoe was controversially revealed by The Daily Mail in 2006 as the brains behind Trinny and Susannah’s ground breaking show ‘what not to wear’. As previous owner of Vintage store to the stars MySugarland, Zoe has extensive knowledge of fashion through the ages and a vast archive of items that she collects. It is this passion that has seen her now move into bridal design as Zoe Lem – Vintage Shape Mistress and to launch Zoe Lem’s Vintage Wedding Fair.
Zoe Lem’s Vintage Wedding Fair was launched last summer and each event has seen hundreds of brides enjoy vintage and vintage inspired wedding services from the most glamorous and gorgeous suppliers. October 2012 sees the biggest event so far with over 50 suppliers and over 500 guests expected to attend.
Zoe says: “Vintage has become such a huge trend in both mainstream fashion and in particular the wedding market. I believe our Fair is different from others for two main reasons. The first is that it showcases the glamorous edge to vintage which is, I believe, the side worth revisiting; less aprons and teacakes and more Hollywood glamour. The second is that though the fair is about inspiring brides and giving them beautiful food for thought it is also about education so that brides can understand those elements indicative to each era and how to revitalise them whether teaching on which era suits which body shape or how to hold themselves on the day as, for example, the 1930’s ladies would have done, how to create the perfect victory roll, how to dance as they did in the 1940’s and lots more…”
What to expect from suppliers: There will be both original vintage and vintage inspired goods and services including Zoe’s own new vintage style wedding dresses which will be available on the day plus fashion shows, live dancing, singing, vintage dj’s, hair and make-up demos, champagne/martini bar, tearoom, charm school and lots more. Suppliers will cover all areas needed to plan the perfect vintage wedding from Photographers, videography, florists, dresses, accessories, shoes, catering, stationary, crockery, props, entertainers and much more.
Tickets are prices £6 in advance through Ticketweb.co.uk or £10 on the day