Suffolk Show 2013: Fifth Avenue fashion

Fashion on show

Fashion on show

With Fifth Avenue being such a massive success when it launched at last year’s Suffolk Show, the high end fashion village will be taking centre stage for the second year running at the 2013 event

Located at the heart of the show, luxury high end clothing retailers have been invited to showcase their clothing ranges in an exclusive retail area. Boutique designer brands featuring at this year’s Show include, Ninni Noo, ANNA, Fanny and Frank, Indigo Boo, Dream On, Dolly Mixture WISC Limited, Laura Jane and Fennmill Knitwear. With an irresistible choice of clothing brands all on show together, it is the perfect excuse to treat yourself and enjoy some great retail therapy.

The Show is glad to welcome back designer Ninni Noo and her stylish range of women’s shoes and gorgeous accessories. Ninni Noo also has a wide selection of girly gifts, from candles to makeup bags and vanity mirrors, ideal for brightening up your home and wardrobe this summer.

ANNA, the fabulous womenswear store offers a luxury clothing collection and was a massive hit at last year’s show. Having stores in London, Hertfordshire, Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk, Anna Park’s ever-growing fashion range appears to be unstoppable. Due to her spectacular success Anna has built up a celebrity fan club that including Gwen Stefani, Helen Bonham Carter and Kate Winslet. Anna sells almost everything that a woman could wish for, whether you are looking for evening gowns or casual wear jeans, you are sure to find it at ANNA.

Fanny and Frank also took part in last year’s Suffolk Show and this year visitors will be anticipating their return more than ever. For both men and women, this designer duo collection ranges from ballroom to boot room. They also have a fabulous selection of clothes from famous designers such as the bright and colourful Vivienne Westwood, and the fresh and fruity Malene Birger for the ladies. For the males, Fanny and Frank have a carefully chosen range of high quality chinos, shirts, jeans and jackets.

New designers which are showcasing their stunning ranges included Kenyan born designer Boo Mellows and her clothing line called Indigo Boo that she created in 1995.

Her influence came from a trip to India where she brought back blends of beautiful and exquisite fabrics to create amazing pieces of clothing for women to wear and adore.

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Another designer that has been influenced by culture and ethnics is Dream On designer Amanda Church. Dream On sells and creates women’s clothing not typically found on the high street that delves deep into ethical roots to Latte Italian chic.

Amanda says: “We look to be a bit different and our collections offer a great variety which you wouldn’t normally find on the high street.” So take the chance to discover what Dream On is all about.

With plenty of amazing clothing collections to see for all, enjoy this year’s Suffolk Show in style and have a browse through the Fifth Avenue fashion village.