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Fashion Rocks!

Fashion Rocks!


On Tuesday C4 will screen Fashion Rocks 06 - the celebration of Fashion and Music that kicked off New Yorks Fashion Week.

Curated by Elton John at Radio City Music Hall - and with performances from Christina Aguilera, Beyonce, Black Eyed Peas, Jamie Foxx, Jay Z, Nelly Furtado, The Pussycat Dolls, Kanye West AND the Scissor Sisters - Fashion Rocks is a truly star studded event!

As curator of the show - music and flamboyant style icon Elton John’s inimitable sense of fashion and music is apparent with unexpected artist pairings and homage paid to classic songs by today’s freshest talent. Presenters during the show have been selected from the crème de la crème of high end fashion - using a mix of style icons and designers. Marc Jacobs, Rachel Bilson, Mischa Barton, Donna Karan, Steve Tyler, Russell Simmons, Carmen Electra and many of the worlds top supermodels will appear.

Fashion Rocks celebrates the unique marriage between fashion and music and is one of the most exciting shows to be witnessed this year! So don’t miss the show - exclusively on C4 - Tuesday 10th October at 8.30pm.

Proceeds from this years Fashion Rocks benefited the Elton John AIDS Foundation. Should you require any further information including graphics please just let me know.


P.S: Remember, you are welcome to come along tonight to the filming of Live at Yours - an awesome (and eclectic) line up including Tim Finn, Deceptikonz, Shaky Hands, Steriogram and Cobra Khan! 6.15 at The Transmission Room.


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