WEBWIRE – Friday, December 2, 2022
BFC and Diet Coke are delighted to reveal their red carpet hosts and performer for The Fashion Awards 2022 presented by Diet Coke at the Royal Albert Hall, London as well as additional entertainment planned for the public on the night.
This year, you can join us live on The Fashion Awards Red Carpet. The event will be live streamed to a global audience on The British Fashion Council YouTube channel on Monday 5th December at 6:15 PM GMT. The Red Carpet LIVESTREAM served by Diet Coke lets you experience the excitement of one of the worlds most glamorous red carpets in real time.
The Red Carpet LIVESTREAM will open with a live performance by English singer Olivia Dean who will perform her hit single DANGER!
Presenter Miquita Oliver, Author and Columnist Raven Smith and Editor Julia Hobbs will host this years red carpet highlighting key arrivals and special moments as they happen, speaking to famous faces and global talent as they make their way into the Royal Albert Hall.
Diet Cokes very own Fashion Awards Glambot will capture must-see red carpet looks.
For the first time ever this year, the BFC has developed an exclusive augmented reality Lens in partnership with Snap and the 2022 NEW WAVE: Creatives Ming Ma, Simone Cummings, and Fromm Studio. The new Lens allows Snapchatters to experience the creativity of The Fashion Awards presented by Diet Coke from wherever they are in the world – while guests on the red carpet can immerse themselves in the artworks through Snaps AR Mirrors on the night. Explore the AR Lens here.
The Fashion Awards presented by Diet Coke celebrates the role of fashion in self-expression, escapism, and optimism and its positioning at the intersection of culture. The event raises funds for the BFC Foundation (Registered Charity Number: 1185152) which supports the future growth and success of the British fashion industry by focusing on Talent, Education, Grant-Giving and Business Mentoring and aims to improve equality and opportunity so that the fashion industry remains diverse and open to all, helping talented designers at all stages of their career from school level through to becoming a global fashion brand. In the financial year 2021/2022, the BFC remitted over £1.3m in funds to designers and scholars
The generosity and commitment of our partners, suppliers and supporters is more vital than ever. Please help us by acknowledging their support alongside our Principal Partner: Diet Coke; Official Partners: Getty Images, Malfy Gin, Moët & Chandon, Royal Salute and The Londoner for their ongoing support.
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