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Newcastle Fashion Show 2017

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

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The fashion industry’s brightest new graduates will be showcasing their collections at Northumbria University’s Annual Fashion Catwalk Show - one of the region’s most anticipated cultural events. 

Northumbria University’s BA (Hons) Fashion programme is renowned for the calibre of its business-ready graduates going on to take up roles with fashion houses such as Tommy Hilfiger, Abercrombie & Fitch and Givenchy.

This year, there will be two exhibition show at 1pm and 2.30pm and a catwalk show at 6.30pm.The shows provides an opportunity to preview students’ final collections and to see the breadth of creative talent, which has contributed to the University’s reputation as one of the best in the country for fashion design courses.  

Tickets are essential and free of charge. For more information and to request tickets for the shows, please email nu.events@northumbria.ac.uk

Please note: The catwalk show at 6.30pm is now 'sold out' 

Event Details

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
Gateshead Quays
South Shore Road
Gateshead
NE8 3BA


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