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Norwich Fashion Week gives retailers the chance to prove they are top of the shops

PUBLISHED: 13:00 17 February 2011

Knotty Green and Vanilla on Ipswich Road are the finalists in the Retail Skills Academy Norwich Fashion Week window display competition. Photos: Bill Smith

Knotty Green and Vanilla on Ipswich Road are the finalists in the Retail Skills Academy Norwich Fashion Week window display competition. Photos: Bill Smith

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The finalists are announced for the Retail Skills Academy’s window display competition.

The city’s Retail Skills Academy has announced the finalists for its window display competition launched to celebrate the start of Norwich Fashion Week.

Knotty Green at the Back of the Inns and Vanilla on Ipswich Road are in the final, and the winner will be announced at tonight’s catwalk show at The Library Restaurant.

Retail Skills Academy students Lola Elliot and Lily Bussey designed the window display at Knotty Green. Students Megan Woods and Emily Pritcher designed the window display at Vanilla on Ipswich Road.

All entries were judged by artist Susan Gunn, visual merchandising manager Jane Lloyd and head of the Retail Skills Academy Sue Dougal.

The winning retailer will win a Mary Portas Masterclass of their choice and the winning student will win Chapelfield vouchers.


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