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Lucy Evangelista launches Victoria Square’s Autumn/Winter fashion

Published 18/09/2015

Lucy Evangelista launches the countdown to Victoria Square’s Autumn/Winter fashion events wearing a bespoke leaf skirt inspired by the infamous dome
Lucy Evangelista launches the countdown to Victoria Square’s Autumn/Winter fashion events wearing a bespoke leaf skirt inspired by the infamous dome

Former Miss Northern Ireland, Lucy Evangelista, has launched the countdown to Victoria Square’s Autumn/Winter fashion events wearing a bespoke leaf skirt inspired by the infamous dome.

University of Ulster student Elina Vitola (21) from Dungannon, was commissioned to design a skirt made entirely from leaves.

The catwalk shows will feature an exclusive preview of Northern Ireland’s leading shopping centre’s key Autumn/Winter collection pieces from many of the retail outlets housed beneath the famous glass dome.

Katherin Farries, Victoria Square Personal Stylist, revealed what shoppers can expect to see on the runway: “Tribal prints and bold colours are a must for the Autumn/Winter wardrobe.

"Our catwalk will feature clothing for all the family and we’re excited to reveal this season’s key buys. Starting with autumn trends we will then showcase the must have winter warmers and of course, there’ll be plenty of sparkle on the runway too as we prepare for the festive season.”

The events, from Thursday 24 to Saturday 26 September, will feature seasonal colour palettes and on-trend tips for both beauty and fashion, with a styled catwalk by My Sister’s Closet, a beauty master class with House of Fraser and an inspirational runway show.

For the first time the catwalk finale will take place at The Galgorm Resort and Spa in Ballymena - on Sunday 27 September. Tickets for this event can be purchased from Victoria Square’s Customer Service desk.

For further information visit VictoriaSquare.com

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