Bristol Fashion Week (BFW) Autumn/Winter 2013 was launched at The Mall, Cribbs Causeway yesterday (Wednesday 25th September), hosted by Mark Heyes, dressed in a tartan kilt, and Andrew Barton sporting a tartan tie, and supported by John Lewis and Marks & Spencer. The audience enjoyed an exclusive catwalk show previewing an hour’s worth of this season’s latest fashion, all available to buy from the stores at The Mall, Cribbs Causeway.
The show included models of all ages, shapes and sizes representing “real” women. Three gorgeous men also impressed the ladies in the audience as they strutted along the catwalk in their various outfits. The key trend colour for this season is undoubtedly red with animal print and tartan additions. The “little red-dress” is an absolute must for the on-trend dresser this autumn.
The models’ make-up was courtesy of The Body Shop and hair was by Tomlinson of Clifton. A wide range of jewellery and accessories complimented the outfits and provided lots of Christmas wish list ideas for the hopeful ladies in the audience.
Delicious complimentary Marks and Spencer refreshments were available and all ticket holders received a free BFW goody bag full of exciting new products, samples and generous discount vouchers. A beautiful Osprey London handbag was the raffle prize generously donated by John Lewis and won by a very happy twelve-year-old girl!
Eighteen shows are scheduled for the five day event. Tickets start from £8.95 and can be purchased from The Mall’s information desk or online at www.mallcribbs.com. Keep up to date with all the latest news from Bristol Fashion Week by following @mallcribbs on Twitter.
The author attended last night’s BFW fashion show courtesy of The Mall.
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