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Chloé and Molly Goddard join Port Eliot festival line-up

Published
Jul 12, 2016

Each year, a summer festival is held at the Port Eliot estate in Cornwall, UK, featuring "performers, thinkers, artists, writers and idlers." This year, many of the events at the festival have a fashion focus.

Port Eliot - Michael Bowles


Chloé's creative director Clare Waight Keller will direct a residency for the brand, which will include a talk about Chloe’s feminist spirit, a show and an exhibition, with a special guest. London-based designer Molly Goddard, who's best known for her tulle party dresses, will also take part in the festival, where she will lead a fashion art class.

For the first time this year, Port Eliot will also be home to the Wardrobe Department shop, where visitors can buy one-off clothes, bags, jewellery and other pieces made specially for festival fans by Ed Marler, Matty Bovan, Rottingdean Bazaar, Claire Barrow, Sadie Williams, Daniel Fletcher and Ellie Mac Embroidery, among many others. There will also be an enterprise set in a shed built to the size of Paul Smith’s original store, run by Paul Smith volunteers.

Sarah Mower, British Fashion Council’s Ambassador for Emerging Talent and Chief Critic of Voguerunway, is the curator for the Wardrobe Department and has also chosen three fashion graduates of the year who will launch and talk about their collections: Jessica McGrady of the Royal College of Art and Michael Halpern and John Skelton of Central Saint Martins.

Mower said: "It’s an open-air ideas factory, part-party, part-performance place. Over five years, The Wardrobe Department and the Theatre of Fashion has ended up putting countless inspiring children, teenagers, graduates and young designers on a path leading to a myriad creative futures. That’s what makes it fun and important, and why so many spectators are magnetised to see the newest talent popping up, and what happens here.”

The theme for this year's edition of the festival is "The Eighties Now!"

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