Since the launch of Golden Goose PR, we have backed international causes and charities in whatever way we can - from the front line of the Peace One Day 2008 concert with a surprise set from Lenny Kravitz to the Rock Ball in two weeks time, where rock legends will take over the Hurlingham Club to raise awareness of Crohn’s disease.
Last week we joined forces with Imagination Studios to host two days of filming for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. The Capital’s leading fashionistas including Liberty London Girl, Coco’s Tea Party and Beatrix Ong came together in a bid to place breast cancer front of mind to the great British public. Style setters and shape makers tucked in to scrumptious bakeries from Brown Sugar Cupcakes and answered one simple question. What does fashion mean to you? Keep your eyes on Fashion Targets UK to view the final edit and get involved.
Friday 11th March was our favourite ever project for woman power!
The legendary Annie Lennox, V V Brown, Paloma Faith and Kate Nash took to the stage for EQUALS Live at Southbank Centre as part of WOW – Women of the World Festival. It was wonderful to meet such inspirational women who were so supportive in the press room. The concert was hosted by T4’s Miquita Oliver, Gemma Cairney and Jude Kelly, artistic director of Southbank Centre. Each of these dynamic ladies supports EQUALS, a coalition of charities brought together by Annie Lennox to champion women’s rights the world over.
Equality groupies of every age and sex sang along to ‘Sweet Dreams’ and celebrated the centenary of International Women's Day. Dave Benett and Richard Young snapped the key players before the show began following interviews with Sunday Times Style, GraziaDaily and hellomagazine.com.