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Postiwyd gan archifCLICarchive o Cenedlaethol - Cyhoeddwyd ar 03/11/2010 am 16:58
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Fashion Showcase Wales’ fifth annual event looks set to be its best yet.  With a staggering body count of 1 director, 180 models, 150 dancers, 28 body artists, 40 make-up artists, 60 hairdressers, Over 100 passionate young people in Llamau charity programmes, 20 photographers and videographers, 40 + tech crew, 20 + set design crew, 100 + young designers, retailers, students and runners and 20 + musicians, Dj's and band members, you can see why Fashion Showcase Wales is a unique extravaganza that is revered as a pinnacle in the Welsh events calendar. 

The event touts itself as a platform in the fashion industry that is ‘a benchmark for excellence’, allowing talented creatives to prove their genius.  It is notable that many of the gifted individuals involved in the event have gone on to work at London Fashion Week, one of the most prestigious fashion events in the World. And it’s not just the work of up-and-coming designers that can be seen at the show, the event’s sponsorship by L'Oral Professionnel ensures that the latest innovations in catwalk hair styling will be showcased, giving the finishing touch to the looks.

Along with the opportunity to be one of the first to witness new and exciting trends, there's the chance to catch performers such as the multi-talented Jukebox Juniors, the miniature champions of no less than three UK dance Hip Hop Championships and bronze medallists at the Hip Hop Internationals, Las Vegas.  Musicians like Johnny Cage and the Voodoo Groove are also performing, showcasing their fusion of jazz funk, along with their very on-trend vampire inspired vaudeville costumes.

If all that isn’t enough to convince you that this fashionable affair isn’t to be missed, Fashion Showcase Wales is supporting Llamau, the charity for young homeless people and vulnerable women in Wales.  Instead of just handing over some cash at the end of the event, Fashion Showcase Wales have invited young people from Llamau to produce ‘a live exhibition which will open its doors to over 1000 people on the night of the show. The idea is to see the world through the eyes of youth, and gain a unique vision and interpretation of this year’s show themes.’ 

So, if you want to get inspired, I suggest you make it down to The Coal Exchange on Sunday 7th November.  Doors open at 7pm and tickets are £16, or £30 if you fancy indulging in some front row action.  I’m planning to be there with my designer sunglasses on, channelling Anna Wintour (signature scowl intact).

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