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STORY UPDATE: Vintage Norwich crowns the best dressed at fashion week

PUBLISHED: 12:03 29 September 2011 | UPDATED: 14:52 29 September 2011

Vintage Norwich best dressed competition with Cinema City. (From left to right) Vintage Norwich and Retro Chick Gemma Seager, winner Hannah Johnson, and Lucy Santos and Kerry Clark from Vintage Norwich.

Vintage Norwich best dressed competition with Cinema City. (From left to right) Vintage Norwich and Retro Chick Gemma Seager, winner Hannah Johnson, and Lucy Santos and Kerry Clark from Vintage Norwich.

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At the special screening of Breakfast at Tiffany’s at Cinema City, Norwich Fashion Week goers put on their best frocks and suits all hoping to win the best dressed award from Vintage Norwich - but there could only be one winner. With photo gallery of some of the best dressed guests.

Vintage frocks and little black dresses and pearls were out in force last night as Cinema City put on a special screening of Breakfast at Tiffany’s as part of Norwich Fashion Week.

Vintage Norwich took over the busy bar serving delicious peach bellinis, DJs G&G were playing vintage vinyl and a vintage dressing up box made everyone get into a fashion frenzy.

Norwich designer Jane Kenning exhibited her stylish take on Audrey Hepburns iconic dress from the film.

Yet the highlight of the night was seeing who would win the prize of the best dressed person or couple, and competition was fierce.

Vintage Norwich awarded the prize to Hannah Johnson who was wearing a pink polka dot vintage dress, a faux fur stole and a white floral fascinator.

Hannah wins a year’s membership to Cinema City and a Vintage Norwich goody bag.


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