The finale of Norwich Fashion Week
After a week of catwalk shows, events and showcases September's Norwich Fashion Week comes to an end.
From the opening show from the independent retailers at Fusion in The Forum, the second Norwich Fashion Week caused a stir among the city's fashionistas.
And last night the week long celebration of Norwich fashion came to a close with a fashion show from Vanilla on Ipswich Road and a few soirees on the high street.
John Lewis showcased its new John Lewis and Co menswear collection with members of staff dressing up in the heritage inspired range which includes cable knit jumpers and tweed.
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House of Fraser held a drinks reception on the Biba concession and models wearing the autumn collection strutted their stuff on the street. The new Biba makeup range due to launch this weekend was also available to try.
In the Royal Arcade Poppy Valentine and The Tannery opened until late serving fizz and cakes. Staff from The Tannery also dressed up in outfits resembling fashion from the 40s through to the 90s.
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Other stores such as Bravissmo, White Stuff, Nola, Ethika and Dipple and Conway also opened late with discounts and champagne to mark the end of another successful Norwich Fashion Week.