Saturday, 5 July 2014

Norwich School Fashion Show

Thursday night we went to Open Studios to watch the Norwich School charity fashion show, there was entertainment from the students in between the catwalk struts. There was street dance, cheerleading and a blues band, what a talented school! The fashion shown was from Jarrolds, Vanilla, Taxi Vintage, Elements, Catfish, Dogfish and SevenWolves.

We took our fashion photographer Rory James and he took these fantastic shots for us. What stood out for me was the yellow chelsea boot style wellingtons from the Jarrolds collection, I also loved the preppy vibe of both outfits, the acid brights were on trend and I thought the umbrella was a great touch.

I went to Jarrolds to source the shoes and they are by Ilse Jacobsen, they're the perfect Sloane ranger festival shoe and are currently on sale so get in quick. I was pleased to see my favourite brand at the moment in the show, I've been in Catfish checking out all the Stussy recently, I want it all!

Stussy have recently made a comeback and it's been a cracking one. The white on black motifs and tie dye tees have been ticking all the boxes, this dress above is a light jersey material and perfect for a day to night outfit.

These outfits from Taxi Vintage put together by the students were summer 2014 all over, tie dye is here to stay for a bit by the looks of it, dunagrees I'm not so sure about! I think this was a really fun look and Taxi Vintage is full of lots of one off pieces that you can team with high street or designer to create your own original outfits.
The event charity was Build, a charity which provides social, leisure and learning opportunities for people with sensory, physical or learning disabilities. What a great cause and a great night, well done Norwich School.



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