We understand and love the meticulous attention to detail required in producing fashion events. Our outstanding track record includes working with leading fashion design icons on spectacular events and shows. We have the knowledge, connections and contacts, creativity and project management skills to ensure seamless delivery. 

Stella McCartney at Abbey Road Studios

Taking over London’s iconic Abbey Road studios we were proud to produce the launch of the first ever menswear collection.

Performances included DJ sets by Neneh Cherry, Paul Simonon (The Clash), Dan Donovan (Big Audio Dynamite), Basement Jaxx, Beth Ditto and John Cooper Clark as well as musical and super group performances by Professor Green, DMC, Mike D (Beastie Boys) Jeff Wooton (Gorillaz) and Charleen Spiteri.

Casting aside the traditional runway, the collection was presented on sets built of materials reclaimed from film sets.

Various playful dioramas of models in poster-clad studios, DJ booths, vocal booths, games arcades and green rooms perpetuated the studios allowing guests to view the collection at their leisure.

Guests enjoyed cocktails and huge slices of Stella McCartney pizzas served from  customised monochromatic printed cardboard boxes.

London Erdem Green Carpet Challenge

Livia Firth and Erdem Moralioglu celebrated the launch of The London Green Carpet Collection by ERDEM with an exclusive event at The Wallace Collection, co hosted by Anna Wintour, Sally Singer and Livia Firth. The London-based designer has been working alongside Eco-Age to create his first complete collection in accordance with the GCC Brandmark criteria.

This sophisticated party showcased Erdem’s designs, each displayed as beautifully as grand masters in bespoke glass cases.

London Stella McCartney Green Carpet Challenge

Chappell Productions were proud to work with Stella McCartney and Livia Firth’s Eco-Age for the launch of the London Stella McCartney Green Carpet Collection at this unique, sustainable event held at the Royal institution, Mayfair.  This is the first time a sole designer has created an entire capsule collection according to the Green Carpet Challenge (GCC) Brandmark, a guarantor of social, ethical and sustainable excellence.

The cool classicism of the collection was presented with a fun-house mentality; rooms where many a Nobel laureate has pondered were dressed with recycled film props. Vignettes including an English pub built with reclaimed materials from the film The Theory of Everything. A forest, which had been re-created with shrubbery, trees, and other materials from the sets of films like Les Miserables, other rooms included an artists studio, and a photo studio, where photographer Mary McCartney captured the collection on film with models posing on top of a stage built and lit with reclaimed materials from old film sets.

These vignette-like settings provided the perfect fit between physical ease and psychological stirring. 

The inaugural Green Carpet Capsule collection launch

Kim was appointed as Producer for Inca Productions

Held at Apsley house, One London.  Co-hosts, Anna Wintour, Natalie Massenet the founder of Net-a-Porter and President of the British Fashion Council, and Livia Firth, were joined by key influencers in global fashion, design, the arts, government and international aid. Five of Britain’s top designers were chosen personally to take part by Anna Wintour and Livia: Christopher Bailey of Burberry, Christopher Kane, Erdem, Roland Mouret and Victoria Beckham

A breakthrough moment in global fashion, as none of the designers or brands had previously embraced a sustainable vision in their collections. Exclusively retailed through Net-a-Porter, the Green Carpet Collection was a complete sell out.

A piece from each designer was uniquely displayed in installations conceived by Amanda Harlech.


Launch of the Lily Cole collaboration with Bottletop and Wangechi Mutu at Impossible Store London.