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Designer announcements for Norwich Fashion Week

PUBLISHED: 12:31 23 January 2012

Lingerie designer Alice Bodgener from Norfolk (East Harling) launched her first womenswear collection at Norwich Fashion Week last September. Now she is set to launch her second collection at The Designers Show at Norwich Fashion Week in March.

Lingerie designer Alice Bodgener from Norfolk (East Harling) launched her first womenswear collection at Norwich Fashion Week last September. Now she is set to launch her second collection at The Designers Show at Norwich Fashion Week in March.

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More Norfolk designers and a new fashion label from students at City College Norwich are announced for Norwich Fashion Week in March.

Up and coming fashion designers and estabilished Norfolk designers are working together to put on the Designers Show at Norwich Fashion Week in March.

The show takes place on Tuesday March 13 at Project Nightclub on Riverside, with two shows - one at 2pm and one at 7pm.

Designers confirmed for the shows are Poppy Valentine, Monkey Mash, Jane Kenning, Peggy’s Collection, Marilyn Thomas, Alice Bodgener and Marian Eve Williams.

City College Norwich textile and fashion students will also be showcasing their new collection - Cocoon.

The shows will be followed by a pop-up shop giving you the chance to buy some of the latest locally produced fashion. Designers in the pop-up shop include Annette Rolston, Elizabeth Radford, Lisa Bliss, Jemima Pine, Mamphii and Jane Pennington.

Designers and makers interested in having a stand at the Designers Show should contact Claire Read at Poppy Valentine claire.read@poppyvalentine.com The cost of a stand is £20.

Ticket information for the shows will be announced in the next few weeks.


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