LSO St Luke’s in North London, home to the London Symphony Orchestra, is the new venue host of the Fashion Futures Awards 2016 on behalf of global event series, Decoded Fashion.
The Fashion Futures Awards, launched in May 2015 in partnership with the British Fashion Council in London, recognise brands that are using innovative and creative technology make businesses smarter, production lifecycles leaner and overall brands stronger. Previous winners include House of Holland & Metail, Burberry and John Lewis.
The 2016 evening event, for 200 people, will take place on 18 May in LSO St Luke’s Jerwood Hall, where guests will be treated to a drinks reception followed by a three-course dinner while the winners are announced. The 2015 event was held at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London.
LSO St Luke’s Events Manager, Christopher Cashman, says: “We are delighted to be hosting the Fashion Futures Awards 2016 on behalf of Decoded Fashion. It is always exciting to welcome a new client to the venue and we look forward to demonstrating what we are able to do at LSO St Luke’s to make this year’s awards truly remarkable.”
Decoded Fashion’s brand and content director, Fay Cowan, adds: “We are always on the lookout for truly unique spaces in London and LSO St Luke’s is just this, making it the perfect venue to host this year’s Fashion Futures Awards.”