The Clothes Show set to return to Birmingham's NEC

The Clothes Show in association with Alcatel is set to return to the Brimingham NEC from December 2 to 6 with a fresh new line up of fashion, beauty, live music and industry experts.

The Clothes Show set to return to Birmingham's NEC

The Clothes Show is set to return to the NEC in Birmingham this December

This year’s Alcatel Fashion Theatre named Rock The Runway will bring together fashion and music with over 40 models and dancers alongside the newly discovered artists.

Trend presentations from high street favourites, compiled by ITV’s fashion presenter, Mark Heyes, will offer visitors an insight into AW16 must haves plus a host of well-known faces will appear in the theatre each day.

Presenter and fashion expert will kick-start the first day on December 2 following her appearance at The Clothes Show 2013 presenting on the Image Catwalk.

 The Clothes Show’s Boutique Boulevard will give visitors the chance to shop in pop up stores from the likes of Lavish Alice and Sugarhill Boutique. Oasis, Maniere De Voir, Pauls Boutique, South Beach, Claudio Lugli, Adanola, In Love With Fashion and Shoe Embassy will add to the line-up offering fashion-forward collections for AW16 joined by cosmetic brands Rimmel, Barry M, Lee Stafford, Models Own and more.

The newly branded, Discovered Catwalk in association with Cosmopolitan Magazine, will allow visitors to see collections from the Boutique Boulevard, as well as discover the latest trends from the graduate showcase.

 A host of bloggers and vloggers will take to the stage for Q&A sessions including Sarah Ashcroft from That Pommie Girl.

The Style Studio, hosted by fashion expert Antonia O’Brien, will offer exclusive trend presentations and interviews from leading designers; as well as a host of fashion, beauty, and health experts and some of the UK’s leading editors. 

Professor Caryn Franklin MBE, will lead the educational programme at The Clothes Show, which continues to grow year-on-year, boasting insightful content on careers across all areas of fashion. Over the past 27 years, the show has seen over 1.2 million students pass through its doors demonstrating The Clothes Show’s leading position as an industry gateway for the young creatives. 

This year’s campaign features model Millie Rose Loggie who was scouted by Select Model Management at The Clothes Show in 2007. 

Priority tickets will go on sale from June 6 with regular sale starting on June 8

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