Fashion TV is coming back to Bushido. Find out what to expect
Time Out Bahrain staff
Fashion TV returns to Bushido this month for the White Party with Tanja La Croix, Abel Ramos and the Secret Garden Show.
After the success of the last event the Bushido team is determined to take the show to the next level with around 1,500 revellers expected for a night of silky smooth house tunes, party anthems and the best contemporary beats.
DJ, producer, model and event organiser, La Croix says she ‘cannot be a single day without house music’ and has a distinctive style which, in 2010, saw her become the official face of Street Parade, one of the world’s biggest techno parties which takes place annually alongside Lake Zurich in Switzerland.
She also mixed the official Street Parade compilation being dubbed the ‘hottest Djane of Switzerland’ by one of the country’s leading newspapers.
La Croix has taken her unique blend of techno/house/party across the globe to some of the hottest clubs around from El Divino, Ibiza, and BCM Mallorca to We Are Family, Moscow, and Beirut’s famed White Club. She also played at the official Red Bull Formula One after party in Valencia and has recently released a new CD called House Kiss.
Also taking to the decks is Abel Ramos. Abel began DJing at a local club in his native Madrid at the age of just 15 and was named by legend Roger Sanchez as breakthrough DJ/producer of the year for 2009.
Playing synth-driven sounds he has won various awards and performed at the likes of Sensation, Rock In Rio and Global Gathering. He has also now established his own Solo event which attracts around 5,000 people to a yearly show.
Through Swedish hotshot Axwell his remix of Fatboy Slim’s anthem Right Here Right Now was signed to Skint with the Swedish House Mafia playing it constantly and he has also remixed David Guetta’s track When Love Takes Over at the request of Guetta himself.
Bringing the fashion fairytale to life, clubbers will be delighted at the Secret Garden Show, a dance/fashion story telling experience which was put together by Bulgarian models Biliana Yotovska and Nevena Vodernicharska who spent almost 10 years dancing on stage with the likes of Bob Sinclar, Victor Colderone and Sandy Rivera.
Inspired by Francis Burnett’s children’s story The Secret Garden, which descibes a secret and beautiful place where wonders happen, aims to escape commercial dance and turn the night into a special experience for the audience encouraging them to dream on that secret world.
Bushido mood master Dara Singh will also be on hand to make sure the party goes with a swing taking the show beyond anything the brand has done in the past. Doors open at 9pm, tickets from BD20 (17583555) and don’t for get the dress code is smart/casual and strictly white – turn up in another colour and you will be handed a white T-shirt at the door – makes for great pictures folks.