Celebrating cultural heritage through fashion, hair and beauty.

Cultural Style Week is an opportunity to showcase and celebrate cultural heritage through fashion, hair and beauty. From 21-27 May people are encouraged to take part by proudly wearing their cultural clothing. 




On Saturday 21 May 2022, the inaugural event for the first-ever Cultural Style Week took place in London, one of the most diverse cities in the world, bringing together people from multiple cultural backgrounds.

Our launch on 21 May coincided with the United Nations World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, a day which recognises the important
contributions that different cultures make to global development and harmony.

Through sharing and celebrating what makes us all unique during Cultural Style Week, we hope to encourage fresh dialogue around cultural acceptance and create opportunities for us all to better understand and celebrate each other. 

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Thank You For Taking Part 

We were so happy to see that people across the globe participated and took part by proudly wearing their cultural styles across the week of 21-27 May and sharing their pictures online with the tag #culturalstyleweek

We are so encouraged by the support and participation and look forward to introducing the 2023 Cultural Style Week festival of events.

Help Us Champion Diversity,  Acceptance And Inclusion 

We are calling on all employers, schools, faith and community groups to pledge their participation for 2023. Join us in celebrating the richness of the cultural diversity of your students, congregation, employees and local communities. Show your support by encouraging and supporting participation. and hosting national dress celebrations. 

Click here to find out more ways to get involved.

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Find out some of the amazing ways you can take part in 2023. 

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