City celebrates it’s leaders in the world of fashion

PUBLISHED: 08:59 14 February 2011

Life Matters fashion. Preview for Norwich Fashion Week 2010.

Life Matters fashion. Preview for Norwich Fashion Week 2010. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY


Excitement mounts as Norwich gets set for its first Fashion Week

The countdown is on for the city’s first fashion week which starts on Thursday evening.

Norwich Fashion Week is a celebration of local independent fashion in your city, giving you access to the new SS11 collections from independent designers and retailers in Norwich.

The event is run in conjunction with your Life Matters and Norwich Evening News, fashion retailer Vanilla, hair salon The Gallery and The Library Restaurant.

Tickets have almost sold out for the launch party catwalk show which will see retailers such as Vanilla, Prim Vintage, Poppy Valentine and Elements, and local designers such as Marilyn Thomas and Alison Varley showcasing their collections on the catwalk.

Other fashion events
throughout the week include a 1950s-style fashion show at The Library Restaurant on Sunday at 3pm.

Guests can enjoy traditional afternoon tea and cakes on vintage plates, while enjoying a fashion show from retro retailer Daisy & Lola, vintage hair demonstrations from hair stylist Flamingo Amy and music from The Jitterbugs.

You can also find out how to wear the styles from the catwalk at the Vanilla Trend Presentation Lunch at The Library Restaurant on Thursday, February 24 at 1pm. The event includes a two-course lunch, fashion show and ‘how to wear’ demonstrations, with hair styling advice from The Gallery haircutters.

Tickets for all events are available from The Library Restaurant. Call 01603 616606.

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