The ultimate girlie day out at Clothes Show London

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Clothes Show London

If you like keeping on top of the latest trends in the fashion world, you need to get down to the Clothes Show London this June to see the hottest fashion event of the summer.

This inspiring show is sure to draw style lovers of all ages, and spans three days in London‘s West End. The Clothes Show covers a staggering amount of ground – from hair and beauty demonstrations to style tips and catwalks, with models showcasing both summer outfits and forthcoming winter collections.

That’s not to mention the best part: the chance to shop till you drop for all the biggest brands! Whether your tastes (and your wallet) lie more towards luxurious boutiques or bargain brands, you’re sure to find plenty of outfits for your summer wardrobe here, and there’s even a Vintage Fashion Fair for retro lovers.

Buying a ticket to the Clothes Show London also reserves you a dedicated seat for catwalk events, including the prestigious Clothes Show Style Awards on Friday 25th June that fashionistas won’t want to miss. And when you’ve spent the whole morning shopping and need a breather, you can chill out with friends in the trendy champagne bar.

If you’ve never been to a fashion show before, the Clothes Show will be a great place to start! It has all the style and glamour of other international events, as well as special touches like its own ‘designer beach,’ where men and women models sport revealing swimwear lines as they soak up the rays on an indoor beach. Even if you’re not that interested in swimwear, it’s still a great opportunity to pull up a chair on the ‘promenade’ and watch the well-built lifeguards walk by!

The Clothes Show takes place in Earls Court, part of London’s fashionable West End, from the 25th to 27th June 2010. Tickets are available now, and I’d encourage anyone who’s thinking of going to snap them up before they sell out.

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