Sheffield Style Show 2015

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Well that’s fashion week done and dusted for another year. If like me, you weren’t lucky enough to go, fear not. You don’t have to wait a whole year to get your fashion fix. Getting this fix is much easier – you wont have to leave Sheffield, and even better, it’s all in aid of Charity. Looking good whilst doing some good… could you want much more?

After its first, very successful run last year, the Sheffield Style Show in aid of the City’s Children’s Hospital is set to return to High Storrs School on Saturday October 3rd and Sunday 4th.

Having been involved in organizing fashion based charity events for the past five years, organiser and founder Charlotte Calvert realised that there was a market for a big fashion event here in Sheffield. With the Clothes Show now coming up to its 26th year in Birmingham, and Manchester with its very own fashion week, why not start something great here?


The two-day fashion and beauty event boasts continuous catwalk shows, with professional models and some familiar faces. Zara Holland who took to the catwalk last year has since been named Miss Great Britain.

30 independent boutiques from Sheffield will be showcasing their AW15 collections over the two days, and will also be selling their designer clothing at discount prices at pop up shops over the weekend.

Maybe a tad pricey for us students but perfect for some Christmas pressie inspiration, and it is all in aid of charity so a one off designer purchase is 100% justifiable…. that’s what student loans are for, aren’t they?

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I’ll be there on Saturday at 2.30pm to watch as independent boutique, Sister, take to the Catwalk. Having been established in Sheffield for twenty years, Sister really are at the forefront of women’s fashion in Sheffield. Stocking designers such as Ilse Jacobsen and Michael Kors their show is set to be dazzling and definitely one not to miss.

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Words by Lily Pugh

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1 Comment

  1. IVA

    May 1, 2017 at 12:09 am

    This includes professionals who are entrusted with the handling of customers’ money or assets, such as estate agents, insurance agents, stock brokers, accountants, lawyers and bank officers.

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