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Bethany Williams  Studio: bethany@bethany-williams.com Press: ash@thelobbylondon.com

@williamsoames wears recycled plastic and dead stock yarn shirt and trousers, handwoven by @sanpatrignano
Working in collaboration with Adelaide House, a women’s shelter based in Liverpool, one of only six such facilities in the country. Adelaide House provides a safe place for women leaving prison with various needs including domestic violence and homelessness. I have also worked alongside @giorgiachiarion , who has illustrated the women of Adelaide House and created abstract paintings inspired by Liverpool’s landscape.

Liverpool was the first city in the UK to have social housing. The city forms inspiration for the collection, as well as the number of female, socially engaged politicians that have helped support their community. In an interesting twist on the ongoing discourse around gender, when a man buys a piece from this collection, the proceeds go to supporting some of society’s most vulnerable women. To support Adelaide House, I will be donating 20% of the profits from this collection.
Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames @oliviajsinger@ella.dror✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

Amadou recycled @liverpoolecho newspaper jacket, hand woven by @sanpatrignano and @helenkirkumstudio 🔥🔥🔥🔥 Working in collaboration with Adelaide House, a women’s shelter based in Liverpool, one of only six such facilities in the country. Adelaide House provides a safe place for women leaving prison with various needs including domestic violence and homelessness. I have also worked alongside @giorgiachiarion , who has illustrated the women of Adelaide House and created abstract paintings inspired by Liverpool’s landscape.

Liverpool was the first city in the UK to have social housing. The city forms inspiration for the collection, as well as the number of female, socially engaged politicians that have helped support their community. In an interesting twist on the ongoing discourse around gender, when a man buys a piece from this collection, the proceeds go to supporting some of society’s most vulnerable women. To support Adelaide House, I will be donating 20% of the profits from this collection.
Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames @oliviajsinger@ella.dror✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

@blackjeffobed wears recycled denim jacket and trousers screen printed by @ortoprintstudio in Peckham 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 Working in collaboration with Adelaide House, a women’s shelter based in Liverpool, one of only six such facilities in the country. Adelaide House provides a safe place for women leaving prison with various needs including domestic violence and homelessness. I have also worked alongside @giorgiachiarion , who has illustrated the women of Adelaide House and created abstract paintings inspired by Liverpool’s landscape.

Liverpool was the first city in the UK to have social housing. The city forms inspiration for the collection, as well as the number of female, socially engaged politicians that have helped support their community. In an interesting twist on the ongoing discourse around gender, when a man buys a piece from this collection, the proceeds go to supporting some of society’s most vulnerable women. To support Adelaide House, I will be donating 20% of the profits from this collection.
Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames @oliviajsinger@ella.dror✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨
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@helene.selam.prosperitee wears deadstock yarn jumper knitted by @ctulkens and organic joggers screen printed in Peckham

Working in collaboration with Adelaide House, a women’s shelter based in Liverpool, one of only six such facilities in the country. Adelaide House provides a safe place for women leaving prison with various needs including domestic violence and homelessness. I have also worked alongside @giorgiachiarion , who has illustrated the women of Adelaide House and created abstract paintings inspired by Liverpool’s landscape.

Liverpool was the first city in the UK to have social housing. The city forms inspiration for the collection, as well as the number of female, socially engaged politicians that have helped support their community. In an interesting twist on the ongoing discourse around gender, when a man buys a piece from this collection, the proceeds go to supporting some of society’s most vulnerable women. To support Adelaide House, I will be donating 20% of the profits from this collection.
Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames @oliviajsinger@ella.dror✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

Alex @tihmodels wears recycled denim all in one
Working in collaboration with Adelaide House, a women’s shelter based in Liverpool, one of only six such facilities in the country. Adelaide House provides a safe place for women leaving prison with various needs including domestic violence and homelessness. I have also worked alongside @giorgiachiarion , who has illustrated the women of Adelaide House and created abstract paintings inspired by Liverpool’s landscape.

Liverpool was the first city in the UK to have social housing. The city forms inspiration for the collection, as well as the number of female, socially engaged politicians that have helped support their community. In an interesting twist on the ongoing discourse around gender, when a man buys a piece from this collection, the proceeds go to supporting some of society’s most vulnerable women. To support Adelaide House, I will be donating 20% of the profits from this collection.
Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames @oliviajsinger@ella.dror✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

@saffiyah_khan wears recycled tent jacket and bag, prints designed by @giorgiachiarion 🔥🔥
⛺️🏕⛺️🏕 Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames @oliviajsinger@ella.dror✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

Adelaide House Collection #AW19 #LFW

@Houseofemman wears recycled tent trousers and gillet 🔥🔥🔥 Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, SarahMower_ Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames @oliviajsinger @ella.dror

Adelaide House Collection #AW19 #LFW

@sonny_hall wears organic jersey jacket and joggers ❤️❤️ Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Sarah_Mower Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames @oliviajsinger @ella.dror✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

Kris @tihmodels wears hand knitted jumper using @woolandthegang biodegradable yarn and recycled tent trousers 🔥🔥🔥 Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames @oliviajsinger @ella.dror✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

Adelaide House Collection #AW19 #LFWM
Mopesola wears recycled tent jacket, screen printed in Peckham.
Working in collaboration with Adelaide House, a women’s shelter based in Liverpool, one of only six such facilities in the country. Adelaide House provides a safe place for women leaving prison with various needs including domestic violence and homelessness. I have also worked alongside @giorgiachiarion , who has illustrated the women of Adelaide House and created abstract paintings inspired by Liverpool’s landscape.

Liverpool was the first city in the UK to have social housing. The city forms inspiration for the collection, as well as the number of female, socially engaged politicians that have helped support their community. In an interesting twist on the ongoing discourse around gender, when a man buys a piece from this collection, the proceeds go to supporting some of society’s most vulnerable women. To support Adelaide House, I will be donating 20% of the profits from this collection.
Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames@oliviajsinger @ella.dror✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨

Adelaide House Collection #AW19 #LFW
@cedric250 wears organic zip up top and trousers screen printed in peckham. 🔥🔥🔥 Working in collaboration with Adelaide House, a women’s shelter based in Liverpool, one of only six such facilities in the country. Adelaide House provides a safe place for women leaving prison with various needs including domestic violence and homelessness. I have also worked alongside @giorgiachiarion , who has illustrated the women of Adelaide House and created abstract paintings inspired by Liverpool’s landscape.

Liverpool was the first city in the UK to have social housing. The city forms inspiration for the collection, as well as the number of female, socially engaged politicians that have helped support their community. In an interesting twist on the ongoing discourse around gender, when a man buys a piece from this collection, the proceeds go to supporting some of society’s most vulnerable women. To support Adelaide House, I will be donating 20% of the profits from this collection. I would like to thank the Mayor of London in his support of the presentation.
Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister, Mopesola, @saffiyah__khan, @sonny_hall, @williamsoames @oliviajsinger @ella.dror

Adelaide House Collection #AW19 #LFWM
@Alfie.Kungu wears recycled plastic and dead stock yarn shirt and trousers, handwoven by @sanpatrignano and recycled tent top 🔥🔥🔥 Working in collaboration with Adelaide House, a women’s shelter based in Liverpool, one of only six such facilities in the country. Adelaide House provides a safe place for women leaving prison with various needs including domestic violence and homelessness. I have also worked alongside @giorgiachiarion , who has illustrated the women of Adelaide House and created abstract paintings inspired by Liverpool’s landscape.

Liverpool was the first city in the UK to have social housing. The city forms inspiration for the collection, as well as the number of female, socially engaged politicians that have helped support their community. In an interesting twist on the ongoing discourse around gender, when a man buys a piece from this collection, the proceeds go to supporting some of society’s most vulnerable women. To support Adelaide House, I will be donating 20% of the profits from this collection. I would like to thank the Mayor of London in his support of the presentation.
Creative Direction - Bethany Williams
Art Direction – @giorgiachiarion , @crackstevens
Stylist – @realtallulahharlech
Set Design – @lydiaaachan
Casting – @11casting
Hair – Agi Davis using @toniandguyworld
Make Up – Kristina Vidic using @Code8
Knitwear - Karen Kewley, Cecile Tulkins, Alice Morell Evans
Footwear – @Adidas and @helenkirkumstudio
Communication – @thelobbylondon London
Production – @blonsteinproductions
Music – @_benjib featuring the voices of to the women from London College of Fashion, UAL’s ‘Making for Change’ programme
Shownotes – @fcorner
Special Thanks –The British Fashion Council, @97crush , Adelaide House, San Patrignano, Giorgia Chiarion, @lcflondon_ , Making for Change, Wool and the Gang, @tihmodels, The Liverpool Echo, The Lobby London, Frances Corner, Stacey James, Clare Farrel, @orsoladecastro, Eric Williams, Karen Kewley, Harry Glaisher, @adwoaaboah, Alfie Kungu, Amadou, Alex Morton, @cedric250Mizero, Emman Debattista, @helene.selam.prosperitee, @jamesmassiah, Jeffrey Obed, Kris Mcallister

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