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Everything you need to know about Suffolk Fashion Show at Trinity Park

PUBLISHED: 07:54 03 October 2018

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

Fans of fashion are invited to feast their eyes on Suffolk’s finest trends at the county’s biggest annual autumn/winter showcase.

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017 Picture: Heffs PhotographySuffolk Fashion Show 2017 Picture: Heffs Photography

Now in its sixth year, the Suffolk Fashion Show descends on Trinity Park on Thursday, October 4.

Aimed at collecting thousands of pounds for Lighthouse Women’s Aid, the show is presented by Fashion Candy Style and supports a different charity each year.

Models strut their stuff on the catwalk in a stylish evening tipped to draw in scores of fashion lovers.

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY
Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

Which brands will I see at the fashion show?

This October organisers are bringing retailers, high street shops and independent brands together to recognise the best of fashion in Suffolk – and parts of Essex for the first time ever.

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY
Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

High street favourites Quiz, Urban Vintage, Moss Bros and more are among brands showcasing latest trends and must-have items.

Event director and managing director of Fashion Candy Style, Pam Davis, said: “I am really looking forward to raising money for a charity which helps so many women.

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY
Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

“Our annual autumn/winter event brings everyone together each year for a night of fun and fashion.”

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY
Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

Main events and door opening times

Doors open on Thursday at 6.30pm, giving people the chance to shop around the Fifth Avenue fashion arcade.

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY
Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

Guests will then take their seats at 8pm to watch the live catwalk and eat canapé-style tapas.

After the electric catwalk, attendees will have the opportunity to return to the fashion arcade to pick up any last minute purchases.

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY
Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

On the night there will be a raffle with incredible prizes and new awards for the best dressed female guest and best dressed male guest.

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY
Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

Ticket information

VIP tickets have already sold out and will give ticket holders front row seats, goodie bags and a glass of prosecco.

Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY
Suffolk Fashion Show 2017. Pictures: HEFFS PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARON CUDWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY

Standard tickets are still accessible on the website for £30 and will be available until midday on Thursday, October 4.

Barclays bank are going to match fund any money made from the evening, which will be donated to Lighthouse Women’s Aid to help support local women.

• Further details can be found online where you can still purchase standard tickets.

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