Bath in Fashion designer catwalk show 2015

Bath in Fashion

Well, the Bath In Fashion Designer Catwalk Show wowed us once again!

Starting with celebratory champagne at Woods (one of our favourite places for a chilled drink) before the show, mum and I excitedly hurried into the beautiful Assembly Rooms and took our seats.
The production team never cease to put on an incredible show but last night was something else. Fantastic music, ambient lighting and incredible hair by Zac Fennell and his team at Artizan created a show stopping event.

Fashion Stylist Rebekah Roy and producer John Walford are an incredible asset to Bath in Fashion and it’s their expert eyes that make the catwalk shows the must-see (sold out) event of the week. We were so grateful for Rebekah’s guidance and she helped us to put the finishing touches to our set – we were so pleased with the result!

Missoni, Hermès, Louis Vuitton & Bottega Veneta strut down the catwalk in all their glory and looked fantastic. We already can’t wait until next year! ‪#‎BIF2016‬

Our friend and talented photographer Neil Watson kindly took photos of our set for us and we think he captured the stylish elegance of our looks perfectly. We can really recommend Neil, he’s so easy to work with and always delivers exactly what you’re looking for.

All pieces are available in store and everything featured in the catwalk show has an ‘As seen in Bath in Fashion’ swing ticket so you can’t miss them!

Until next year Bath in Fashion-ista’s! We hope you have a fabulously fashionable weekend.


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