Between 29 – 31 May 2009, the Clothes Show London will take over the British capital. With a 2,500 seat Fashion Theatre and a host of celebrity and expert appearances over three days, the first Clothes Show London promises to become one of the leading fashion and beauty brand events.
Clothes Show London will be offering a combination of shopping, indulgence, celebrity expert advice, catwalk shows and trend reports. International model Andrea Krakhecke will front Clothes Show London 2009, who's flown in from Milan for the shoot of the Clothes Show London campaign.
Andrea was styled by On|Off Fashion Director Claire Ginzler mixing high street favourites Warehouse, Topshop and New Look with pieces from Mellissa for Vivienne Westwood, Aimee McWilliams and fabulous shoes from Terry DeHavilland.
Showcasing all sorts of fashion favourites, Clothes Show London includes Hooch and Bench as well as the latest ranges from premium beauty brands such as E. Funkhouser, Jessica Natural Nails and Fake Bake. The Style Stage, presented by The Daily Telegraph’s Fashion Director Hilary Alexander and Expert Studio will play host to the fashion and beauty experts, giving advice and revealing future trends.
At the heart of the show, the 2,500 seater Fashion Theatre will feature over 40 handpicked models and dancers as part of a catwalk spectacle, presented by model Erin O’Connor as well as other celebrities including George Lamb, Caryn Franklin, Hilary Alexander, Louise Roe and Brendan Courtney.
Clothes Show London is taking place at ExCeL London from 29 – 31 May 2009, offering an unique experience of shopping, indulgence, celebrity expert advice, catwalk shows and trend reports. Visitors will be able to shop across an outstanding selection of high street, designer and boutique outlets; as well as sample a selection of hair and beauty products.