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Weekly Edition - Published  27 June 2016


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The Great Hall at St George's Hall to roll out red carpet for North West Fashion Festival

THE UK's fashionistas are getting hot under the collar about the return of the North West Fashion Festival this autumn.  The iconic St George's Hall will play host to the 2 day fashion and beauty festival which will take place on 22 October and 23 October 2016 and will celebrate and experience the wealth of fashion talent and expertise the region has to offer.  Now in its 3rd year, North West Fashion Festival (NWFF) has become the biggest style celebration in the North West and the highlight of the fashion calendar which brings together the North West's leading influencers, designers and fashion crowd in luxury style. After the success of the last Festival, organisers have pulled out all the stops to ensure this year's event is even bigger and better than ever. Thousands of style savvy guests are set to grace the famous St George Hall for a fun filled weekend of catwalk shows, shopping and pampering.

For months, NWFF has been a hot topic for the region's fashionistas, with speculation mounting about who'll be taking to the runway and showcasing their wares. The magnificent Hall will be rolling out the red carpet for the glamorous event which will be attended by anyone passionate about fashion or those working in the industry, from designers and boutique owners to stylists and beauticians.  Much like the previous NWFF, this year will see a plethora of fashion designers, beauty brands, exhibitors and pop up concepts gathered under 1 roof; however, this year aims to go one step further by delivering an outstanding series of creative talks, seminars and workshops.

Founder, Lauren Greene, said:- "We are excited to be hosting NWFF at such a prominent iconic venue such as St George's Hall and already we are overwhelmed with the response from national fashion houses and retailers who want to get involved. An additonal programme of Q&As, panel discussions and masterclasses will give ticket holders the chance to hear all about the journeys of leading fashion and beauty experts. From stylists to editors, designers to buyers, each session will offer valuable insight into the wide range of careers on offer for young creatives. Attenders are in for a huge treat this year."

Outside, the stunning architecture of St Georges Hall, will be complemented with pop up restaurants and bars offering a wide selection of food and drink.  Offering a career boosting showcase to graduates and budding designers, as well as unveiling exciting new collections from exciting brands and designers in the North West, a chance to pick up beauty tips and make overs from make up artists and hair stylists, enjoy runway shows and fashion exhibitions and do some serious shopping, this is a weekend not to be missed by anyone with a passion for the fashion industry.  Visit the events official website for further information about booking tickets to see this event...


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