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Nottingham’s popular 48 Hours of Fashion event set for Spring 2013

The region’s dedicated followers of fashion will be delighted to hear about the return of one of our city’s most successful events from last autumn…and this year it will be all about ‘what’s hot and what’s not’ in the latest Spring / Summer collections.

48 Hours of Fashion will take place in the city’s iconic Market Square on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April 2013. It will bring together a fantastic mix of choreographed performances, makeovers, stylist top tips and trend advice, plus fashion-focused events and special offers in many of Nottingham’s most well-known fashion retailers.

“Fashion is deeply embedded in Nottingham’s history and part of the very ‘fabric’ of the city!” explains Nicola Tidy, a director of the Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID) which organises the event and chairman of the BID’s marketing group. “We’re home to top high street brands, high end designer labels and quality independent stores, and 48 Hours of Fashion is the perfect way to show all that our city has to offer.”

April 2013’s 48 Hours of Fashion is gearing up for even more visitors following October’s success, and many of the city’s bars, cafes and restaurants will be joining in the ‘fashion fun’ with special offers to celebrate.

Keep up to date about this year’s event by visiting Nottingham BID’s website – www.itsinnottingham.com, liking us on Facebook: /itsinnottingham or following us on Twitter: @itsinnottingham

Note: Image featured is from 48 Hours of Fashion 2012

Posted on 22 January 2013

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