The Clothes Show 2015 heading in new direction

The event will be revamped for this year to be the one-stop destination for fashion followers to shop AW15 pieces from top brands.

The Clothes Show 2015 heading in new direction

Denim meets western at the 2015 Clothes Show

This year's event, in association with Alcatel Onetouch, will also feature hot music acts, key talent and credible fashion industry experts on stage.

The rebranded show returns to the NEC from 4-8 December 2015 offering an all-new and unique fashion experience. Visitors can take a stroll down Boutique Boulevard, where they will be able to shop in pop up stores from the likes of Sugarhill Boutique, Playful Promises, Mink Pink and many more.

Shoppers can mix high-street buys with the most sought-after labels in the Designer Outlet. New to the show, Pringle, Mawi and Bolongaro Trevor will sit alongside Gushlow and Cole to offer lust-have brands with a discounted designer price tag. Paul's Boutique, Oasis, South Beach, Love and Glamorous will also add to the line-up with their must-have AW15 collections.

Take a look at what to expect at the show:

Along with fashion, there will be a whole host of hair & beauty products from brands including Rimmel, Elemis, Ciate, Lee Stafford, THX Total Hair Experts, and The Beauty Store will be on show, as well as pamper pit-stops where visitors can sit back and enjoy a luxury blow dry, manicures and make-overs from hair and beauty experts.  This all sounds good to us.

Adding to the Girls’ Day Out experience will be fashion-fuelled stages: The Image Catwalk, showing the latest in high-street, graduate and emerging designer collections and The Olympus PEN Style Studio, offering exclusive trend presentations and interviews from leading designers.

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The Alcatel Onetouch Fashion Theatre, in association with Capital FM, will be showcasing a spectacle of fashion, music and dance. Head stylist Karl Willett will bring together the very best in high-street and designer brands to the show while British singer-songwriter Ella Eyre will take to the stage of the iconic 5,000-seat atrium on Sunday 6th December.

In line with the changes for 2015, The Clothes Show is also delighted to reveal its highly-anticipated campaign, fronted by four British models – Erika Pattison, Sarah-Ann Macklin, Hannah Dodd and Rhiannon Laslett – who were all scouted at the show over the last 10 years by Select Model Management.

Priority tickets will go on sale on 8 June. For more information, please visit The Clothes Show official website.

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