Fashion Fusion to return to Apex

Treading the catwalk for charity at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds during the St Nicholas Hospice Fashi

Treading the catwalk for charity at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds during the St Nicholas Hospice Fashion Fusion, last year

TICKETS are selling fast for an annual fashion show which raises money for St Nicholas Hospice Care.

Fashion Fusion is taking place at the Apex, on Bury St Edmunds, on April 19.

The event will showcase the best in fashion from retailers in the town with over 20 shops and designers lined up to take part.

This year a brand new element has been introduced and a limited number of VIP tickets will be available for those seeking a celebrity experience. The package includes front row seats and access to a pre-show style and beauty event with advice, treatments and giveaways from SK Spa, Boots and Debenhams. Guests will be welcomed to the show with a glass of wine and during the interval Butterworth and Sons and Muffin Break will supply coffee and muffins. Guests will be given a goody bag at the end of the evening. Students from West Suffolk College will be involved with the event too – beauty students will be in charge of hair and make-up, the media department are set to video the event and a selection of fashion students will showcase some of their exclusive designs at the end of the show.

Radio West Suffolk have donated a prize with guests entered into a prize draw to win a behind-the-scenes radio experience with DJ Banksy on his Breakfast show on a day of their choice.

Julie Warren, development manager at the Apex, said: “Last year’s Fashion Fusion raised over £5,000 for St Nicholas Hospice. This year the show is bigger and better than ever - the inclusion of the VIP tickets and the pre-show event has added another exciting element to the evening, and will allow local beauty specialists as well as local retailers to showcase their talent.”

Tickets to Fashion Fusion cost £13.50, and the VIP package costs £20.

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To book tickets visit www.theapex.co.uk or call 01284 758000.

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