London Fashion Doll Festival enters its third year

Collectors of adult fashion dolls have cause for celebration, as the London Fashion Doll Festival hosts its third annual conference. Between 6th and 7th June 2020, the LFDF doll convention will be held at its new venue, the Hilton London Olympia, with collectors now able to reserve their tickets for this now established UK doll event.

A Weekend of Celebrations

Taking place over the course of a weekend, the first day of the festival will be a special conventioneers’ event, while the Sunday will be a salesroom-only occasion. Collectors will be able to see and buy a wide range of highly desirable fashion dolls, including some rare and limited-edition ones. There will also be commemorative London Fashion Doll Festival merchandise available, so those who attend can take home a souvenir from what promises to be a very special weekend.

This time around the theme for the event is ‘ROYALS’, with attendees being encouraged to dress themselves and their dolls in their regal best to celebrate all things royal-related. The theme is a fitting choice given the new venue’s proximity to Kensington Palace.

Supporting Good Causes

Each year the festival organisers choose a charity to support. This year they’ve once again elected Children With Cancer UK. Organisers will be holding an online doll auction via eBay, with a raffle draw to be held during the Sunday salesroom. Children With Cancer UK supports children and their families while they undergo treatment, providing a range of services to improve their quality of life.

Tickets are now on sale for the event, with an early bird discount running until the end of the year. Guests can choose to attend both days of the convention or reserve tickets for the Sunday Salesroom only, with prices varying depending on the type of package you wish to purchase. Once again we are offering a Superdoll Upgrade package, with more to be announced.

Special conventioneer hotel room rates will be announced soon.


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