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York Fashion Week announces bridal show with Harvey Nichols, Leeds

Today, York Fashion Week (YFW) announces its first ever bridal runway show in collaboration with Harvey Nichols, Leeds and Master Debonair. The debut Wedding Runway, which is set to take place at The Impossible York on 5th May from 7.30pm, will feature 10 stunning bridal pieces from collections by Misha, Needle & Thread, Odd Muse, Bec & Bridge and Rixo, all supplied by Harvey Nichols, Leeds. These will be showcased alongside suits provided by renowned Northern-based menswear retailer Master Debonair and jewellery from independent retailer, Palenque.


The event, which is themed around chic city living and high fashion lifestyles, will see a variety of couples taking to the runway to provide the latest bridal inspiration for the upcoming season. Master Debonair will also be unveiling a selection of non-traditional modern tailored wedding suits which have been carefully crafted for women from its latest collection.


Max Kendrew, Womenswear Department Manager, Harvey Nichols, Leeds said: “It’s great to be supporting York Fashion Week and showcasing our contemporary bridal wear. We pride ourselves on offering exclusive brands and the best service, including complimentary Personal Shopping. It’s a pleasure to be working with so many creative people and we look forward to the show.”

Nicky Hayer, Creative Director at York Fashion Week, explained: "We’re absolutely thrilled to announce that Harvey Nichols, Leeds is taking part in York Fashion Week 2024 Part One and are excited to be able to feature our first ever bridal runway which promises to showcase a range of stunning looks for anyone planning a wedding.”


York Fashion Week returns to the city from 2nd – 6th May with a stellar line-up of runway shows, intimate in-store events and installations across a multitude of venues:

·       Rachel Peru, a silver haired curve model, body confidence activist and midlife influencer will host a runway show at The Impossible on 3rd May, 6 – 9pm

·       The stand-out Indie Runway Show at York Art Gallery on 4th May, 7.30 – 10.30pm will bring to life independent design from Yorkshire Tartan, Ellis David Knitwear, Lupton Steward and Melisanthy

·       JORVIK Viking Centre opens after hours on 4th May, 7.30 – 10.00pm for a tour of Viking clothing, textiles and jewellery with live crafting demos. There will be a talk about Viking combs, jewellery, and the Herefordshire Hoard.

·       Well-known local stylist, Jackie Crawford, will explore Smartworks’ fashion archive with a stylish showcase at The Impossible York on 5th May, 10.00am – 12.00pm

·       A collection of clothes and accessories from Tee Style Tribe that celebrates Yorkshire and African cultures will be showcased at Clarendon Art Gallery on 5th May, 2-5.00pm at Barley Hall from 3 – 6th May, 10.00am – 3.00pm children are invited to make their own paper ruff in craft sessions

·       A Cosmopolitan Wedding Showcase on 5th May, 7.30 – 10.00pm, at the Impossible, York.


York Fashion Week (YFW) is also working in collaboration with local waste management and recycling company – Yorwaste – on an exciting upcycling project. Students and budding creatives from across North Yorkshire are invited to enter YFW’s first ever major sustainable design competition. As fast fashion continues to reign and the amount of textile waste remains significant, the initiative is challenging designers to explore ways of repurposing and remodelling PPE and discarded clothing, transforming it into innovative and stylish statement pieces.

 

Please visit www.yorkfashionweek.com for further details or to book tickets.


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