Cover photo: GETTY IMAGES - Model Jourdan Dunn, British beauty entrepreneur Charlotte Tilbury and fashion icon Kate Moss.
On Monday 4th December, Smruti Sriram, CEO of Bags of Ethics/ Supreme Creations attended the Fashion Awards 2023 by British Fashion Council at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
The Fashion Awards brings together a global community in London, the home of fashion creativity, to amplify leaders of change, celebrate excellence in creativity and support the next generation of creative talent. The event serves as the main fundraiser for the BFC Foundation, which supports the future growth and success of the British fashion industry through its focus on education, grant-giving, and business mentoring.
Bags of Ethics/ Supreme Creations are longstanding supporters, and patrons of the British Fashion Council, having raised hundreds of thousands of pounds to support British designers and creatives. Major partnerships include the 30th Anniversary celebration of NEWGEN collection, the Choose to Reuse campaign and the Great British Designer Face Coverings project.
“For all of the glamour and glitz of the, celebrity-filled event; the Fashion Awards were standout as they shone a spotlight on the people behind the much-loved industry. Hearing from the likes of Charlotte Tilbury MBE – renowned makeup artist, Edward Enninful, Editor of British Vogue, and Sarah Mower MBE, fashion critic made me realise how important their presence and mentorship is for the future generations of creative talent. It was also wonderful to see many young designers and students in the room and be celebrated.” Smruti Sriram