LONDON show ROOMS Paris features TRIBE female mannequins

LONDON show ROOMS in Paris provides a unique opportunity for emerging British designers to gain exposure outside of the United Kingdom
Ian Thompson
March 1, 2018

Bonaveri is once again supporting LONDON show ROOMS Paris by supplying new TRIBE female mannequins to each of the participating designers.

18 female mannequins from the recently released TRIBE collection have been used throughout the LONDON show ROOMS Autumn Winter 18 show to pick out key season looks for each of the designers.

LsR in Paris is an important series of annual events for the British Fashion Council who, along with the European Regional Development Fund and UK Trade and Investment has been supporting young British talent here since 2008. The initiative aims to broaden the exposure of young designers to influential global buying teams and offer them greater sales and media relations experience.

LONDON show ROOMS has established a solid following amongst leading retailers, pioneers who have always invested in creative design talent
Barbara Grispini

This is the first time Bonaveri has supplied TRIBE mannequins for this event showcasing the collections diverse creative ability. Previously, Bonaveri supplied Schläppi 2000 mannequins at the LsR Paris Spring Summer 16, Autumn Winter 16 and Spring Summer 17 shows.


This year's designers include Dilara Findikoglu, Edeline Lee, Eudon Choi, Luna Del Pinal, Marta Jakubowski, Nabil Nayal, Phoebe English, Räthel & Wolf, Richard Quinn, Roberta Einer, Ryan Lo, Sadie Williams, The-sirius, Charlotte Knowles and Supriya Lele. Each of these designers has been selected by the British Fashion Council for exceptional talent and represent the best of British design. Recently, LsR designer, Richard Quinn was awarded the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for Design.

LONDON show ROOMS Paris now takes place at the VNH Gallery in the Le Marais district in the 3rd arrondissement alongside key Paris Fashion Week shows.


Wednesday 28th February – Tuesday 6th March 2018
VNH Gallery, 108 Rue Vieille Du Temple, 75003, Paris

Photography courtesy of the British Fashion Council.