After the success of the guerrilla fashion show during Tramlines, self-styled street label Hantu Collective is preparing for their next show: Hantu presents… Fashion at the Cathedral.
Set to take place on September 18, the event will showcase the best upcoming designers in the city, and promises to be the best yet by using the Sheffield Cathedral for the charity shindig – which has never been done before.
At a Hantu fashion show, audiences are always entertained, as it isn’t just about haute couture but accessible fashion for everyone. What’s more, the show won’t just demonstrate Sheffield’s flair for fashion, but also other acts from the city. Performing at the event will be Supadubz (a hybrid multimedia show), the critically acclaimed dance theatre troupe Breakin’ Convention, and Hantu’s very own unique live art experience.
It all takes take place over three hours with not one, but two catwalks, and during the interval the audience will be treated to a performance by special guests. DJing the show will be the legendary Corey from Sheffield’s Gatecrasher.
The night will also be supporting local charity Cavendish Cancer Care with collection buckets available for people to donate and a raffle being held at the end of the night.
Tickets are £3, head to www.thehantucollective.com, or email email@example.com for more.