#PushLFW creative media brunch

Take a look inside the Push PR brunch event that celebrated the beginning of London Fashion Week S/S 2016

To mark the start of the London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016 shows Push welcomed a group of super-cool creatives to join us for brunch at The Apartment in The Hoxton Holborn over the weekend.

Think inspiring people from across the industry (we had the Founder & CEO of Trekstock, a Global Communications and e-Commerce Director, Fashion Industry Adviser, press, bloggers and start-ups), think delicious spread,  dream venue.

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What’s key for us at Push, is taking the time during Fashion Week to slow down, sit down and connect new people. Our annual brunch is about bringing together creatives who really inspire us and starting conversations about digital, and the huge impact it has on the way we work.

After a prosecco reception we moved through to the living room where Emma Hart, Push PR’s Founder and Creative Director, welcomed guests and gave a few words on how important it is champion creativity in such a fast-moving industry.

The fact that brands, businesses and influencers are spending marketing budget on social media and leveraging content across priority platforms is proof and case that having a digital presence is absolutely key to reaching new audiences.

Yes, the brunch was  about connecting but we couldn’t not share photos from the event with our followers. Because who doesn’t love to see beautiful brunch pics on their Instagram feed? Exactly.

Take a look inside the #PushLFW brunch that kick-started Fashion Week…


Matilda Temperley, Martin Bartle, Emma Hart, our Luxury Jewellery & Watch Account Manager Alicia Holden and Alice Olins.


Haden Gaynor and Alexander Pouliadis of Beauty Papers.

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Alicia Holden and Alice Olins.


Sophie Epstone of Trekstock and Pippa Roberts.


David Watts and Emma Hart.


Push PR Fashion Director Kat Watson and Monica Rowe.


Martin Bartle.


Push PR x


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