Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 23 September 2014

Mela unveils new fashion addition

Looking forward to the Asian fashion show at MELA on 30 August in Botanic Gardens are models Natalie Tandon, Jude Nabney and Milna Pallassery. The show will exclusively showcase the latest trends in Asian fashion choreographed to contemporary Bollywood music. For tickets, visit the Belfast Welcome Centre on 028 90246609 or online at www.gotobelfast.com.

Northern Ireland’s biggest multi-cultural festival is back as Mela 2009 prepares to take Belfast by storm this summer.

Mela, meaning “to meet”, is an international showcase of music, dance, art and food from more than 30 nations around the globe and will take place on August 30, 2009, across the beautiful Botanic Gardens in Belfast.

The newest addition to the bill this year is an Asian fashion show, displaying a fabulous exhibition of cutting edge Asian fashion trends.

Promising a heady mix of culture, sophistication and elegance, the exciting show will be upbeat and alternative, as an ethnic mix of stunning models parade in the latest fashions and in beat to contemporary Bollywood music.

Showcasing fabulous Asian clothing from silk saris to stunning salwars, Belfast is set to get a glimpse of Indian traditional dress at its best.

Fashion is never more fun than when it meets Bollywood!

For tickets, call the Belfast Welcome Centre on 9024 6609, or go online at

www.gotobelfast.com.

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