Rip the Runway returns to the UK with 10th anniversary event

The event which fuses music, fashion and culture will take place in Croydon on September 21

BLACK GIRL MAGIC: Models at RIP The Runway UK

RIP THE Runway UK is back fusing fashion, music, and culture together. 

This year they celebrate their 10 year anniversary, with an even more spectacular event, which will be held at the redeveloped art centre on September 21 at the Fairfield Halls in Croydon. 

The long-awaited event is due to take place during fashion month and will be held as an off-schedule fashion show, where esteemed press, editors and VIP’s will be in attendance. 

Rip the Runway UK is known for showcasing UK talent across music and fashion, and previous acts involved with the event include Wretch 32, Fuse ODG, Angel, JP Cooper, Ghetts, J Hus, Maleek Berry, The Compozers, Maya Jama and many more. 

This year, radio and TV presenter Yinka Bokinni and actor and host Nathan Hector will be hosting the anticipated show, with Dr. Vades, Dotty, Shaé Universe and more due to perform at this year’s event. 

“Rip The Runway UK is an amazing platform that attracts models and creatives across the country, who want to be part of the showcase.” said a spokesperson. 

“The showcase will show 16 amazing independent designers from all over the UK, who will showcase their collection. The show will give a break to over 25 models, 20 make-up artists and 10 hair stylists who will embody their skills to the audience at this prominent event. Culture is rightly moving forward.” #RTRX

See full details below:

Name: Rip The Runway UK

Date: Saturday 21st September 

Location: Fairfield Halls, Croydon

Times: 5pm – 11pm

Set Times: Act performances run from 6 pm – 10 pm so it would be between this time)

Tickets available

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