The Richard Quinn x Clearpay: London Fashion Week In Bloom collaboration, including the limited edition rose NFT, is inspired by the giant roses that featured in Richard’s SS23 show in September.
A total of 50 NFTs will be available for purchase at £50 each from 9am on Saturday 8 October. 15 NFTs unlock an invitation for the customer and a guest to Richard Quinn’s party in Covent Garden.
At the event, the designer will unveil his favourite and most iconic looks to date and key pieces from his SS23 collection, including a selection from the 23 bespoke, made to order outfits he created in tribute to the Queen.
The final 35 NFTs come with a limited edition collection of accessories in an iconic Richard Quinn floral print created exclusively with Clearpay. The specially curated set includes a bucket hat, a scrunchie and a tote bag.
All proceeds of the NFT sales will be donated to the BFC Foundation, which supports the future growth and success of the British fashion industry by focusing on education, grant-giving and business mentoring.
Nick Molnar, Co-Founder of Clearpay, said: Our Richard Quinn partnership is another fantastic example of how we’re bringing Clearpay’s mission to life – connecting shoppers to the best brands in innovative and exciting ways. We are thrilled to continue our support of the British fashion and retail industry in this meaningful way.”
Richard Quinn, said: “I’m thrilled to partner with Clearpay to put a unique Richard Quinn stamp on the London Fashion Week celebrations. From the creation of the beautiful rose NFT and bespoke merchandise, to our event in Covent Garden and the exhibition open to the public, this will be a true celebration of fashion, and will be a spectacular way to mark this season’s London Fashion Week.”
Caroline Rush, CEO British Fashion Council, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Clearpay and Richard Quinn to celebrate London Fashion Week and our City Wide Celebration that engages communities throughout London to get involved with fashion and showcases the incredible creativity, diversity and openness London is known for. This season will see a lineup of 450 city-wide events and experiences driving footfall into the capital.”