The immersive installation event ‘TABLEBAYY‘ was in full swing on June 24th and the organisation displayed their most sickening party yet. TABLEBAYY Summer 22 Edition was their largest and most adventurous exhibition, taking place in a South East London warehouse which offered an incredible night of music, fashion, art, and culture.
The TABLEBAYY experience, which acted as a catalyst to promote companies and artists, included drinks and performances while exhibiting some of Europe’s greatest brands. This event promoted diversity by pushing boundaries and generating art activations that allowed each company to express themselves in ways they couldn’t previously. The BAYY team hand-picked these brands, and each event they throw has a mix of known and emerging brands – the next companies to keep an eye on. These, in particular, are eager to contribute to the growth and success of the British fashion, music, and art sectors in the future.
On the day, TABLEBAYY filled their South East London warehouse with a multitude of businesses owned by young people. These included jewellery business Chaleur, Plus44 UK, sportswear label LAPP, the renowned Mont Boudoir brand by the supermodel Clermont twins, hand-made swimwear business The Reworked Club, Tresor Jewellery amongst many others.
TABLEBAYY also hosted thought-provoking speakers and engaging musical performances by SHASIMONE, Ms Banks, JOCE WAVY and others. On top of the entertainment, the food provided was incredible – rapper and musican Big Zuu collaborated with DAVE TV and invited party-goers into his full immersive customised supermarket, where there was free merch and some flavoursome munch.
TABLEBAYY was developed by fashion stylist Maria Jose Vaca and Elenia, the founder of 187MOB. These closest friends and entrepreneurial pair have created a highly successful business by combining their mutual passions in art and seeing their ideas come to reality. The couple has been renowned as key pioneers in the creative sectors, with a strong awareness of what their target audience wants and needs, owing to their use of a completely female workforce and production team.
Their manifesto continues to connect the dots within the music, fashion and arts industries. The venue which is renowned known for its spectacular asymmetrical glass ceiling and excellent natural light held over 3000 people and featured exclusive performances by the UK’s top musicians and businesses, speeches by cultural influencers, and a black-owned food court, something important to TABLEBAYY’s business
This was one of the leading unmissable cultural events of the year, keep up to date with future TABLEBAYY events to not miss out!
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Words: Izabel Rose