The Harvey Nichols fashion show returns with added glitz

September 5th, 2013


It’s back! The most glamorous fashion show on Birmingham’s social calender takes place on the 10th September. in the cool confines of the Old Post Office in The Mailbox. It is, of course, the Harvey Nichols  Autumn/Winter fashion show, and this year it promises to be glitzier and more star studded than ever before.

Showcasing an amazing fashion array from the cream of the world’s designers, attendees will be treated to a show filled with pieces from Christopher Kane, Markus Lupfer, Stella McCartney, Philip Armstrong and Kenzo, amongst many others. And if you can tear your eyes away from the fashion on parade, you will find that the celebrity filled front row also makes perfect viewing.

 

 

The reason for this is simply. Harvey Nichols has teamed up with ‘Professional Player‘ magazine, the publication delivered to all UK professional footballers, for this show. This should ensure a healthy turnout of sports stars and glamorous WAGS for this event.

Harvey Nichols general manager Richard Vickery explains:-

“We certainly set the bar high at our S/S13 show, so this one needs to be even more impressive. Having recently announced our expansion plans, this event will give our customers a real taste of things to come.”

“This will be our biggest show to date in such an amazing venue and we are delighted to be working closely with Professional Player Magazine, we are expecting the most exclusive front row yet – it certainly will be the event to see and be seen at.”

This event is not to be missed, and tickets have been selling very quickly. Tickets cost £15, this includes a Champagne reception before the show at 7pm. Following the show, you then have the opportunity to shop the show with 15% discount in store. There will also be a charity auction hosted by Nick Hancock, with all proceeds raised going to towards football charity X Pro.

Tickets are available in store and from the Personal Shopping team on 0121 616 6008.


 



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