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Harvey Nichols Birmingham S/S Fashion Show 2013 – It’s coming!

The Harvey Nichols Birmingham Spring fashion show is just around the corner, and  has proved such a success that this season it will be bigger and better than ever before. And it will be in a new venue.

With the last show taking place in The Mailbox Fashion Theatre, there were clear signs that the show was growing in popularity. With this in mind, this Spring’s show will be taking place in the Old Post Office in The Mailbox on Thursday March 21st, the smart industrial space  providing a perfect catwalk for Harvey Nichols Ultra-modern designers and ranges.

The Harvey Nichols fashion show always has the most fashionable front-row in the city, often including regional sporting and media celebrities. It has become an absolute must-have on the Midlands fashion calendar with the best of the latest collections from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Roberto Cavalli and Christian Louboutin on display, along with some of the regions most beautiful models.

“We are very excited that this will be the biggest and best show we have ever staged,” explained Richard Vickery, General Manager of Harvey Nichols. “It will be in the same venue that Style Birmingham Live was held last year because we felt it was the perfect setting for us to showcase our striking S/S13 collections.”

Tickets cost £15 and the evening will kick off with a Champagne reception at 7pm. Following the show, guests can enjoy an exclusive 15% discount in store. Tickets are available from the Personal Shopping team, online at or by calling 0121 616 6008. It promises to be a fantastic show – it always is, so if you are a Midlands fashionista, this is one event you can’t afford to miss. See you there!

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