Stylish Italian beer brand, Peroni Nastro Azzurro, launches the next evolution of The House of Peroni: A culmination of its emerging talent programme across fashion and drinks.
The House of Peroni 2019 will take on its most stylish guise to date, launching on 27th February until 9th March, just after London Fashion Week.
It is a fully immersive experience that will transport guests into an effortlessly stylish world, with a space in the heart of London’s most loved West End locations, Covent Garden. The experience will feature eight distinctive spaces, inspired by the work of the eight emerging fashion designers supported by Peroni Nastro Azzurro.
Visitors to The House of Peroni will be invited to sip on a selection of cocktails, created by Manchester-based bartender Sam Taylor.
Sam, who was scouted from a nationwide search for the best up and coming bartending talent, will be mentored by Peroni Nastro Azzurro’s world-renowned Master of Mixology, Simone Caporale.
Together, they’ll present the drinks experience, a distinctive line up of Peroni-infused cocktails. The drinks will be served from a unique platform bar, providing the ultimate stage to hero the craft, art and innovative mixology skills of the creative bartending talent.
It will include exclusive Peroni Nastro Azzurro cocktails, individually inspired by each of the eight designers. Celebrating Peroni Nastro Azzurro’s Italian heritage, delicious Italian food from partners Pasta e Basta will also be served at the new hub, providing guests with an exciting destination to eat, drink and discover.
They will also be serving Peroni Libera 0.0%, a product which will bring style to the world of alcohol-free drinking.
The House of Peroni is a culmination of the fashion programme from the last year, following a nationwide search for the best fashion creatives of the future saw hundreds of budding designers apply to enter the ‘Home of Emerging Talent’ programme created by The House of Peroni.
The successful final eight were handpicked by The House of Peroni’s established Creative Council of industry experts, made up of the fashion maverick, Jonathan Saunders, Editor-in-Chief of Dazed & Confused, Isabella Burley, brand consultant and The Sunday Times‘ former Fashion Features Editor, Pandora Sykes, Editor of AnOther Magazine, Alexander Fury and co-curator at the British Fashion Council, Anna Orsini.
The selected eight designers, received a seven-month residency in The House of Peroni fully-equipped studio space, providing the talent with; invaluable mentorship through talks and workshops from the established industry figures; prestigious media exposure and; most importantly, state of the art space they need to develop their own labels, culminating in a highly coveted presentation of their collections following London Fashion Week.
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