Held in a beautiful 18th century manor in south London, Lawndaze featured a prime selection of artists and record labels including legendary DJ Bill Brewster and up and coming Bristol band The Crisis Project. Guests were also treated to a gourmet afternoon tea from Simpkin and Roses, a human fruit machine game with incredible prizes up for grabs (including a weekend stay in an alpine chalet) and an Enchanted Forest nightclub.
In 2015, we launched STOREYS on the roof of the old BBC multi-storey car park in Shepherd's Bush. We managed the entire project from concept design through to production, operation and marketing, bringing some of the hottest street food traders, street art, killer cocktails and DJs to White City. Over three months, we welcomed 20,000 visitors and hosted over 20 different food traders serving premium street food dishes from all over the world.
Fashion week frock off
A disco, shopping and fashion show bonanza held in the Dalston Department Store over fashion week. Guests were able to shop for unique fashion pieces from independent designers and adorn sunglasses at the Pimp My Shades station. Show offs took part in catwalk challenges led by festival favourites Bearded Kitten. Disco DJs Yam Who? and Leftside Wobble provided the soundtrack and bartenders served trashy cocktails and shandy from the Roberto Campari bar.