Clothes Show Live Competition [EXPIRED]

Love Shrewsbury has teamed up with Clothes Show live to bring you yet another fantastic competition to bring you a chance to win tickets to this great event in the fashion calendar.

Clothes Show Live, the UK’s largest and most talked about fashion and beauty event, is this year preparing to stage the most fashionable, inspirational and interactive show in its 24 year history. At the heart of British fashion, Clothes Show Live 2012 in association with Suzuki will take place from 7-11 December at Birmingham’s NEC celebrating fashion at its finest.

Clothes Show live 2012 is taking place at which venue.

a. Excel

b. MEN arena

c. NEC Birmingham

Send your entries to [email protected] Competition closes 31st October 2012, all entries agree to subscribing to the Love Shrewsbury newsletter.

 

The five day event will feature catwalk shows, designer guests, celebrities, makeovers, champagne bars, hundreds of fashion and beauty brands to shop from as well as the spectacular 5,500 seat Fashion Theatre showcasing the best of British design.

Fronting this year’s show is British model Daisy Lowe, star of campaigns for the likes of Chanel, Vivienne Westwood and Topshop.  Daisy will model in the Suzuki Fashion Theatre on Friday 7th December which this year is being presented by stylist to the stars Grace Woodward and Brit fashion designer of the moment, Henry Holland.

Also new for this year is the incorporation of Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model Live to the programme of events in the Style Boutique, featuring even more fashion, catwalk shows, Model Master Class sessions and celebrity appearances.

DJ and model Zara Martin has been announced as the host of the Diet Coke Image Catwalk showcasing Autumn/Winter High Street collections, final year collections from fashion students as well as pieces from designers of the future.

The Style Studio will host talks by some of the country’s leading stylists and industry experts, workshops and career seminars on all things fashion related, as well as Q & A sessions with editors from some of the UK’s most respected fashion magazines.

British exhibitors such as Barry M, Paul’s Boutique, Rimmel London, Bolongaro Trevor, Kate Sheridan and Tatty Devine are some of the 500 fashion and beauty brands setting up pop-up shops in dedicated fashion and beauty destination halls within the show, making it the event of the year for women of all ages.

Tickets are available now from www.clothesshowlive.com

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