Manchester Fashion Week 2012

#MCRFW 2012

Manchester Fashion Week Logo

The Week is finally upon us, Manchester Fashion Week 2012!

Manchester is the 2nd city in comparison to London in terms of Fashion, with it’s independent  styles and quirks.
MCRFSHN WEEK is going to bring together major retailers and students, not only to see what the next season has to offer, but to show off the much loved theatrics of Manchester and the North West.

Starting from Arpil 9th (Monday Easter bank Holiday) all the way through to April 14th, with a whole host of associates, sponsors and a fully packed schedule for the week, MCRFSHNWK 2012 looks to be one of Manchester’s biggest events of the year. Here’s a quick summary of the week aheads highlights for us.

Monday 09/04/2012

The Manchester Fashion Week will kick off at 1600hrs in The Avenue North, Spinningfields with a ‘Private White Fashion Show’ of contemporary attire designed by Nick Ashley.  This timeless style takes inspiration from Jack White’s wardrobe using only the finest British materials and more importantly achieving that Made in Manchester feel.

Tuesday 10/04/2012

The Missguided Festival Grunge Fashion Show starts at 1700hrs on Tuesday.  Taking us back to the grunge looks of the 90’s, the catwalk will be driven with attitude full of vintage denim prints and studs.  Hopefully to some very unctuous yet complimentary soundtrack.

Friday 13/04/2012

Unlucky for some… still the last day of MCRFSHNWK2012 will close at the Venus Nightclub. Running from 2200hrs all the way through to 0600hrs on the Saturday, the official closing party will be hosted by Calum BeatBjorn Borg and Caprice.  Every party needs a headline act though, which is no other than Boy George and Marc Vedo

Manchester Fashion Week tickets

For tickets and information regarding Manchester Fashion Week 2012, be sure to visit the Manchester Fashion Week Website.

MCRFSHN Updates

If you’re struggling to get tickets or can’t quite get to the action don’t worry!  You can get the latest information for Manchester Fashion Week from all sorts of places, thank man for social media!  Check out the usual places such as twitter, youtube, vimeo and even your local paper.  Heck Textmimedia may even go take a few photos of the event and pop them on our blog!

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Paul