If news of London Fashion Week has inspired you to look stunning for the spring
PUBLISHED: 11:04 09 March 2011 | UPDATED: 18:59 20 February 2013
If news of London Fashion Week has inspired you to look stunning for the spring, Bath in Fashion 2011 will be just the ticket.
If news of London Fashion Week has inspired you to look stunning for the spring, Bath in Fashion 2011 will be just the ticket. Baths fashion fraternity have conspired to create an impressive programme of catwalk shows, talks, in-store events and exhibitions across the city from 23rd to 27th March.
Tickets are now on sale at the tourist information centre; online through bathinfashion.co.uk or call 0844 847 5256. Hot tickets for 2011 include the headline fashion show at the Roman Baths on 24th March, a rare opportunity to see 21st Century fashion paraded on 200 year old pavements. The 30 ticket price includes a stunning show by Baths independent boutiques, supper and fizz as well as a luxurious goodie bag. Spring and summer collections by many of Baths favourite high street names will take the floor in the Octagon at Milsom Place on 23rd March at 2.00 and 7.30 pm. For urban fashions head for SouthGate on 25th March with shows at 4.00 and 7.30pm. Expect a heady start to Friday evening with music by Moles, eats by Pizza Express and Jimmy Spices, sale rails, skate boarding and more.
If you fancy creating your own frocks then book now for Julian Roberts Subtraction Cutting Master Class on 26th March. Top designer, Julian Roberts will demonstrate his revolutionary technique to garment cutting followed by a creative workshop where each participants have a chance to make their own dress.
Talks by local fashion guru, Iain R Webb in conversation with Rosemary Harden, Manager of the fashion Museum on 23rd March and by textile supremo Karen Nicol on 24th March are proving to be popular. Mark your diary for a fashionable lunch at Hall & Woodhouse on 23rd March, Baths Big Swish which is all about swapping not shopping to raise funds for MacMillan and watch out for the Charity Shop Challenge, an opportunity to recycle fashion and support a good cause.