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Clitheroe Fashion Week success

A model from the fashion show at The Grand which kicked off Clitheroe Fashion Week. Andrew Hale Photography (s)

A model from the fashion show at The Grand which kicked off Clitheroe Fashion Week. Andrew Hale Photography (s)

Clitheroe Fashion Week got off to a flying start when the town’s clothing boutiques got together to stage their opening fashion show at The Grand.

Shops taking part in the week-long event included organisers La Tete et Tout, Seasons, Elan, Mint, County Vogue, Style Diva and EQ Woman.

A fun photo booth was in place on the night and the raffle raised £400 for East Lancashire Hospice.

Singer Ella Shaw entertained the audience, who were given a programme to identify items of clothing that they liked from each of the shops taking part, to enable them to then go along and purchase with discounts throughout the course of the week.

Blackburn College Fashion and Textile students also exhibited their work as part of the fashion show and throughout the week in shop windows across the town.

A presentation on moissanite diamonds was also given on the night by Rebecca Slater, a former participant on Sir Alan Sugar’s The Apprentice.

Lucy Greenhalgh, organiser and manager of La Tete et Tout said: “I’m really pleased how the fashion show and the whole week came together. It was a great showcase for Clitheroe retailers and we’re hoping to make it an annual event which can be built on and improved every year.”

 

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