One World Week at the University of Warwick is the world’s largest student-run international event and one of the most exciting weeks on campus. Taking place every January, One World Week is a celebration of the cultures and diversity represented at Warwick and features a broad spectrum of events, all aiming to encourage cultural integration, acceptance and co-operation.
The Fashion Show is a celebration of international culture at Warwick and one of the most anticipated and successful events of One World Week. It encompasses the diversity of culture at Warwick through clothing and performance as well as the choreographed main models. It is a chance for students to express their creativity through a visually enticing show, and for cultural and performance societies to come together and showcase their traditions and talent alongside one another.
This year’s theme is Identity Crisis, symbolising people’s journey through life, figuring out their place in Society. It will be an outstanding, breath-taking event which stimulates the personal development of all students and strives to inspire them to accept who they are and appreciate the World’s mosaic of cultures. The audience will bear witness to a beautiful journey of color, emotion and style. The show will consist of four acts: Power, Fame, Money and Love. Each act will symbolize a person’s transformation in the struggle to find his purpose in life. Various cultural societies will be features in the show; approximately 10 societies are in each act according to what their outfit/concept will represent.
For more details visit oneworldweek.net.