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On Sunday 19th September, in conjunction with London Fashion Week, Devonshire Square will be hosting in its atmospheric Western Courtyard three runway shows presented by Oxford Fashion Studio, featuring strikingly imaginative collections by ten designers from across the UK, USA, Australia, Canada and India. The three shows – starting at 1pm, 3pm and 5pm – will feature bespoke hand-made wearable art, cultural craft techniques, pineapple fibre off-the-grid creations, punk culture resort wear, a collection from the Tsilhquot’in Nation in Canada, a complete adaptive-wear collection and more. As part of new emerging designer platform Emerge, the event includes the highly anticipated launch of the first adaptive-wear collection by Faduma’s Fellowship, designed by fellowship award-winner Harriet Eccleston. Faduma fellowship was founded in 2021 by Faduma Farrah - who was rendered paralysed from the neck down at 34 years old - to address the very limited choices available for disabled people by sponsoring the creation of adaptive-wear collection. The collection features design innovations such as magnetic buttons, relocated pockets, breathable fabric and hidden seams. The show will feature six models who use a wheelchair. As a community that embraces diversity and inclusion as core values of its vision, Devonshire Square is delighted to continue its collaboration with Oxford Fashion Studio, who have distinguished themselves for being innovators of inclusive fashion, delivering memorable show experiences and showcasing collections that reflect the empowerment of their talented creators while inspiring people to use fashion as a medium to break boundaries, express themselves, been seen and tell their stories. Following five successful editions of London Fashion Week, Devonshire Square will be partnering with Oxford Fashion Studio for the sixth time in supporting some of the most talented, promising, and innovative rising stars in the fashion industry. Detailed information on the shows and the individual designers that will be presenting their collections in Devonshire Square are available on the Oxford Fashion Studio’s official website: https://oxfordfashionstudio.com/show/ldn-ss22 The shows are open to the public and tickets are available on the following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/london-fashion-week-ss22-tickets-170761280587
19/09/2021: 1:00 PM
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On Thursday 2nd September, from 4pm to 10pm, power-house plant-based eatery KOJO will be celebrating the highly anticipated opening of their new venue in Devonshire Square with a fantastic launch party! The party will be open to everyone and will include live entertainment, food samples and uplifting music by headlining DJ-Maxine. KOJO offers authentic and naturally delicious plant-based meals that help support the health and wellbeing of everyone. KOJO’s food is 100% plant-based, dairy-free, gluten-free, refined sugar-free, free of all chemical additives, freshly prepared and made on site daily. They are committed to compostable processes on top of recycling, re-using and sourcing ingredients locally. The new Devonshire Square site is the second location for KOJO but the first KOJO TO GO concept, focusing on grab and go only. You are all warmly invited to explore KOJO’s delicious menu and we look forward to seeing you all at KOJO’s launch party!
2/09/2021: 4:00 PM
On Tuesday 29th June, from 8am to 2pm, Devonshire Square will be celebrating the much anticipated return of the performing arts and live experience activations to its historical courtyards by hosting “Arts & Crafts in the Courtyard”, a socially distanced event with limited attendance, that combines exciting live music performances - delivered by some of the finest ensembles in UK – with a display of unique craft creations by three talented craftswomen from the Devonshire Square community.
29/06/2021: 8:00 AM
Even though the Devonshire Square’s iconic Easter Tree, dedicated to the Honeypot Children’s Charity, cannot be installed in our courtyard this year, due to the current lockdown restrictions on non-essential travel, the Devonshire Square’s community is strongly committed to continuing supporting the charity at this crucial time. By launching the Devonshire Square’s Virtual Easter Tree Fundraising Campaign, we would like to invite you all to purchase one less Easter egg this year and make a donation in aid of the Honeypot Children’s Charity instead, to help young carers during this time of crisis. Donations can be made online through the Honeypot Children’s Charity’s official website: https://www.honeypot.org.uk/donate .
29/03/2021: 10:00 AM
Even though Devonshire Square’s highly expected “Art for Love Festival” and “Soul Royalty Winter Festival” will not take place this December due to Covid-19, Devonshire Square’s iconic Giving Tree will still be taking central stage in the historical Western Courtyard, to celebrate the spirit of giving and bring communities together. Devonshire Square’s Giving Tree is a unique Christmas tree entirely adorned with paper hearts on which wishes expressed by homeless people supported by The Connection Charity have been transcribed, in order to give them a chance to be read and honoured by visitors. Created by the Devonshire Square Events Team in December 2015, the Giving Tree has helped hundreds of homeless people to receive a thoughtfully made gift for Christmas. The illumination of the Giving Tree has traditionally marked the beginning of Devonshire Square’s Winter festivals, organised annually to support social causes through the power of the arts. This year, even if current circumstances have not allowed our festivals to take place, we are committed to continue supporting The Connection charity to help vulnerable people, whose challenging living conditions have even worsened due to the Covid-19 health emergency. This year, to express gratitude towards the NHS for the unvaluable help that they have been providing to the nation during the pandemic, the Giving Tree will be exceptionally decorated with blue paper hearts, instead of the red ones featured on the previous editions. The Giving Tree will be on display in the Western Courtyard from 6th December till 8th January 2021.
6/12/2020: 4:00 PM