The annual Flame International Fashion and Art Festival (FIFAF19) has returned to London.

Promising a three-day extravaganza, the event aims at highlighting established and upcoming fashion designers and creatives.

Couture Wedding Collection: Photo by Ian Smith

“I’m a talented and creative person who can (and really wants to) bring beauty to this world! There is no brighter fire than that burning in my soul,” says Yana Flame, Founder of the festival.

Yana, who is herself a designer and originally from Yekaterinburg, Russia, added: “My inspiration was puffy dresses from the 16th–19th centuries in Europe and Russia, during the reign of Elizabeth I, Catherine the Great, Marie Antoinette, Queen Victoria, Sissy and others.”

Yana Flame: Event organiser

The festival is centred on creativity, diversity and fashion, and provides an opportunity for young designers to negotiate deals with retail buyers. It will also benefit the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA).

The three-day event will start on the evening of 16th August, and showcase the Flame International Models of the season and the casual collections by established and young designers.

On Saturday 17th August will be the Gala White Tie Charity dinner with celebrities and VIP guests.

Sunday 18th August will showcase urban style designer collections, makeup artists, hair stylists and body art performers; together with a selection of musicians, singers and dancers. The evening will culminate with the presentation of awards to the top participants.

The event takes place at Royal Horseguards Hotel, 2 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2EJ

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