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The Design and Enterprise Day as part of the Norwich Fashion Week 2016, with Caroline Cutts, left, of Caro London based in Norwich, chatting to Sprowston Sixth Form Centre students, from left, Sarena Abbott, 17; Niamh Gallagher, 16; and Heather McDonald, 16. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY
The biggest line up of events took place yesterday, with a long list of venues and collections being shown across the city.
The Design and Enterprise Day as part of the Norwich Fashion Week 2016, with designer Lisa Bambridge, jewelery designer of Stoned Hammered,
with a silver and oxidised copper necklace she has handmade. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY
Vanilla, on Ipswich Road, spiced up the evening with its dissection of runway trends.
Not only did it show its new seasonal collection, but it also explored the wearability of the catwalk’s hottest hairstyles with stylist Max Giammello.
Meanwhile, Open, the new home for Norwich Fashion Week, cleared the way for budding designers. The Design and Enterprise Day yesterday was new to fashion week and included a free day of talks, workshops and shopping.
Some of the biggest designers of Norwich Fashion Week were present, including Blu Studios, Van Dal, Shackleton Clothing, Nor Folk, Mae and Mabel, Caro London, Anna Mudeka and Stoned and Hammered.