Thursday 26th April 2018
7.30pm – 11.00pm
Library Private Members Club
Join 100 guests for the first KOL Social Beauty & Fashion Networking Event at the exclusive Library Private Members Club, Covent Garden London.
Looking for a group of like-minded people working in the industry or do you have an interest in beauty & fashion? Join this vibrant network and connect with and learn from some amazing professionals. The event is inclusive: men and non-people of colour are most certainly welcome!
To celebrate, we are giving away a FREE pair of KOL Cosmetics luxury silk eyelashes (worth £22) or mineral foundation powder (worth £18) to the FIRST 50 tickets purchased.You will be provided with information on how to select your free gift once you have made your booking. First come, first served, whilst stocks are available. So book now, to avoid disappointment!
Find out more: About KOL Cosmetics.
The KOL Social team is made up of several entrepreneurs who understand and appreciate the power of community and determination. We want to empower other people of colour to walk out their dreams and truly take steps towards their destiny.
The KOL Social dedicates itself to the promotion of diversity in beauty & fashion.
The KOL Social is a collective of entrepreneurs and professionals built on networking and collaboration – join them as they present an evening of networking and connecting.
We encourage all fashion & beauty entrepreneurs to bring samples of their products to promote goods & services!
Dress Code: Cultural Affiliation
African, Caribbean, Asian, Irish or whatever culture you identify with most, dress up in the culture you feel that you most connect with. Represent with pride! Remember, this is a private members club, so dress to the max.
Venue: The Library Private Members Club
112 St Martin’s Lane
London WC2N 4BD
A chic and arty private members’ club with a handful of boutique rooms inspired by cult literary classics.
Based on St Martin’s Lane, right in the heart of Covent Garden. everything from the interior design to the cocktail menus draws inspiration from literature, theatre and the local community.
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