Stamping out transphobia one strut at a time!

Friday, September 13, 2019 - 17:00 to 21:00

Mzz Kimberley invites you to LIFE, stamping out transphobia one strut at a time. Join her in celebrating the beauty and power of Trans models and performers as they slay on the catwalk and showcase their amazing talents.

This fashion show will amplify the work CliniQ does and raise money for them to continue their life saving work. CliniQ is the first Trans organisation led by Trans people & for Trans people. Delivering sexual health and holistic well-being services.

In 2010 Michelle Ross, Milo and Graham Reed began meeting to discuss ideas for a trans health space.  The following year they then started talks with Martin and others at 56 Dean Street clinic and began meeting to discuss setting up a sexual health service specifically for the trans and non-binary communities.  More organisations including London Friend, Antidote, and GALOP, joined and the ground-breaking idea developed into setting up a broader, holistic well-being clinic for trans and non-binary people and their family and friends.

In 2011 Project Q carried out a survey amongst young trans people to assess the need for a trans only clinic. More than a quarter had experienced biphobia, transphobia or homophobia at a clinic and another quarter had had their gender identity disrespected.

In January 2012, training for cliniQ team began, which encouraged staff to look at their own ideas about gender, to use appropriate terminology, to learn about the implications of surgery or hormones on sexual health, and which then gave a grounding in the laws and issues which might affect them and trans clients. cliniQ opened at the 56 Dean Street clinic on 15 February 2012.

Hosted by Sabah Choudrey

Sabah is a hairy brown transgender Muslim and likes talking and writing and feelings. Sabah co-founded Trans Pride Brighton in 2013, winner of the Best Trans Event in Brighton (2014, 2015) and nominated for Best Trans Event at the National Diversity Awards (2016). They have worked with queer, trans and non-binary youth since 2014 with Allsorts Youth Project, Metro Charity and Gendered Intelligence from Brighton to London, and formed networks for BAME LGBTQ Youth Workers and Youth across the UK.

Fashion show clothing & accessories provided by Wandsworth Oasis charity shop

Since its foundation in 1989, Wandsworth Oasis has provided support to - and challenged stigma towards - those living with HIV. Using revenue generated by our ten charity shops located in south London, as well as fundraiser events, we have given over £350,000 in grants to HIV-related projects and organisations during the last ten years alone.

Makeup and hair will be managed by Gozra Lozano with the amazing team from BAMM FASHION

Gozra Lozano is a prolific celebrity makeup artist whose work in fashion, advertising, TV and the music industry expands nearly 2 decades. Gozra began his career as part of the original MAC Senior makeup artist team and ambassador for Makeup Forever before starting a successful freelance career.

Gozra has worked in Fashion shows such as Vivienne Westwood, Givenchy, Calvin Klein and Alexander McQueen to mention but a few! From British Marie Claire to American Vogue, and personal Makeup artist to the Pussy Cat Dolls, Gozra has become a well-known name within the fashion world.

Styling managed by Tamer Wilde

Tamer is a creative, visual and highly result-orientated fashion industry professional with a record of founding and being part of critically acclaimed and award winning projects. With work featured in Harper’s Bazaar men’s style China, Esquire China, Baku, LOVE magazine, I-D magazine, GQ Style, Wonderland magazine, Stimuli magazine, commercial work for Cutler & Gross and Swarovski including developing the aesthetic identity for Sony music artists.  

Headline support by Pride in London

Pride in London is wholly run by a group of volunteers who are passionate about equality and diversity. We are a not-for-profit organisation, and any surplus funds we raise are used to support the LGBTQ community and improve the event.

Together, we run the UK’s biggest, most diverse pride, and our job is to make sure we provide a platform for every part of London’s LGBT+ community (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, queer, questioning, intersex, non-binary, asexual, polysexual, genderqueer and gender variant people) to raise awareness of LGBT+ issues and campaign for the freedoms that will allow them to live their lives on a genuinely equal footing.

Headline media partner is Pink News

PinkNews is the brand for the global LGBT+ community and the next generation. PinkNews stands for the fundamental rights of the entire LGBT+ community and its allies. We acknowledge individual experience and work to represent a diverse and intersectional community.

Models in the show come from various parts of the Trans community and include professional models, artists, filmmakers,performers and every day people. Models have been sourced from charities, collectives and ParaPride


18+ ID required 
Children are welcome if accompanied by an adult who is 18+

You can find the Facebook event page here, please share with friends and supporters. 

Celebrations continue in a location TBA with some of the best Trans performers in the UK on the stage and a party till late. 

For more information, coverage & interviews please contact using the Find Out More button below: 

Kayza Rose
Operations Director

Please help support the costs of this event by donating/sharing this funding campaign here

City Hall
The Queen's Walk
London • SE1 2AA


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