Cambridge University Charity Fashion Show | A highlight of the academic year, showcasing creative talent in aid of charity.
Established in 2015, CUCFS is now one of the largest philanthropic events in Cambridge and one of the biggest of its kind across the UK. We aim to bring together students from across the university to showcase the creative talent of the student body and celebrate the diversity of fashion.
Expect pieces by graduate and established fashion houses, free drinks, Cambridge University Student Models, live music and entertainment.
All proceeds from this year's show will be donated to A21 UK. Help us support the amazing work they do to fight human trafficking, bonded labour, forced labour, sexual exploitation & trafficking, involuntary domestic servitude and child soldiery across the world.
Dress Code: Black Tie Creative
Musical Performances from:
coucou chloe (Live)
The UK-based French DJ and producer coucou chloe has quickly become one of the hottest creators of new club music. Dispensing with the idea of genre and mixing many inspirations at breakneck pace, her sets are full of different flavours, unified by dense textures and shifting rhythmic patterns.
Afriquoi is a live African dance music project, fusing Congolese guitar and Gambian kora virtuosity with UK electronic sensibilities to create captivating, beautiful, dancefloor-friendly music for a new generation of world music fans with one foot in the clubs. As DJs they bring all the vibrancy and energy of the live show blending high energy Afro-Beat, Soca, Dancehall, House and beyond.
Akara «The Music» Etteh presents Taurxs and friends
R&B producer Akara «The Music» Etteh has performed at festivals across Europe, and had tracks played on BBC Radio 1. Combining hip-hop, gospel and classical sensibilities, with crossover pop appeal and Africa-centred syncopation, Akara is emerging as a soulful tour-de-force able to effortlessly connect with an audience.
15% Discount for Groups of 5 or more