Stores including French Connection, New Look, John Lewis and Karen Millen plus local indie outlet Cow Vintage Store led the catwalks for the two-day event in the venue’s art deco ballroom.
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Organised by It’s In Nottingham, part of Nottingham Business Improvement District, also took in the Old Market Square with a large digital screen with a live stream of the indoor performances.
The square also boasted a Fashion Bus, where shoppers were encouraged to hop on board and enjoy free beauty treatments from the likes of Bobbi Brown, Too Faced, Clarins and Aveda.
Nottinghamshire image consultant Kimmy Rolfe was the stylist and host for this year’s event with models provided by Cotgrave agency Blake Models.
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The event aimed to cater for everyone from students to professionals and all budgets and included a special section with plus-size models
The first themed catwalk, From Campus to Club, catered to the students – high street, affordable brands in tune with the casual trends and a student budget.
A more sophisticated tone followed with the second show, From Desk to Dinner. An eclectic mix of formal work wear that could be transformed to for cocktail evening with statement accessories.
Last but not least was Style Classics, displaying the latest high end fashion trends of SS17.
All of the 234 outfits can be bough in Nottingham. Details of all of the outfits showcased from Nottingham in Fashion can be found online at: www.itsinnottingham.com/gallery