Continuing the legacy as a city at the centre of fashionable life, Bath in Fashion 2012 celebrates style from top to toe between 26th March - 1st April.
This year’s event will showcase two of British fashion’s most influential and inspired designers: milliner, Stephen Jones and shoe designer Manolo Blahnik. Both will be sharing their style secrets during Bath in Fashion 2012, which is gearing up for another glamorous, action packed week. Other stylish highlights include a day dedicated to Vintage Fashion; workshops by textile artist Karen Nicol and Julian Roberts; catwalk shows staged by London Fashion Week supremo, John Walford; and talks by design guru Matteo Alessi; fashion legend Roger Saul and Rosemary Harden, Manager of the Fashion Museum.
Don’t-miss fashion events include a retrospective show by Amanda Wakeley, Bath in Fashion’s guest designer for 2012, a ultra-cool high street fashion show at the glam Guildhall; and a glittering affair at the Assembly Rooms. Stephen Jones will be staging a specially commissioned exhibition of his extraordinary millinery at the Holburne Museum and talking with one of the world’s most influential fashion editors Sarah Mower. Celebrated Bath resident Manolo Blahnik will be talking shoes, fashion and film stars with writer Iain R.Webb while the Little Theatre Cinema plays host to fashionable films like Beyond Biba introduced by Barbara Hulanicki, the stylish lady behind the label. And, if that’s not enough, discover which designer will be honoured with the prestigious Dress of the Year 2011 award when the Fashion Museum unveils the latest show-stopping frock to take up residence in fabulously fashionable Bath.
A full programme of events and details on how to book is available on the Bath in Fashion 2012 website.
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