The event titled “Wearing Your Sunday Best” and was held at the Old Post Office in Newcastle’s Pink Lane. It was conducted by The House of Seduction as part of their Newcastle Fashion Week celebrations. The fashion extravaganza event had the catwalk showcasing risqué dress and lingerie that was seductive to add zing to the show.
Swimwear “vintage style” and lingerie were the main fashion wear that adorned the stage. The event had a photo-shoot with a difference done by Pearman Photography. The models had their hair done up by ND Make-up that gave them the looks of the 40’s. There was music added to the show by Scarlet Street as well as a set of DJ’s.
The event had begun in the day with the catwalk taking place in the Northumbria University campus where TV reality stars were also present on stage. Ollie Locke from Made in Chelsea beamed by E4 channel and Lauren Pope from The Only Way is Essex aired by ITV2 being the reality stars to host the show.
On Saturday there was Caryn Franklin, known as the ID Editor and former Clothes Show presenter, who had hosted the catwalks. There was also Victoria White, the Company magazine editor who gave a talk on the first steps into the fashion field.
To commemorate the fashion week, Van Mildert would be selling their designer goods at just £10 today. This process of selling off excess fashion stock at throw away prices is common in London, Milan and New York. For Newcastle residents however, this is the first ever occasion.
The sale would be going on at the Fat Buddha restaurant on the Swan House Roundabout. Claire Lake from Van Mildert expects to have a large queue for the items they are going to put up on sale. For premium ticket holders there is also going to be an exclusive show of collections from Vivienne Westwood, Armani Jeans, Stone Island, Ralph Lauren and many more top designers.
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