Weird Fish will be taking part in its very first high profile fashion event, with the leading casual clothing brand showcasing its collection on the final day of Liverpool Fashion Week (Wednesday October 12).
Cheltenham-based Weird Fish will join five other retailers on the closing night, presenting a catwalk show of 16 looks with menswear and womenswear. Born from a love of the great outdoors, Weird Fish offers well-made, easy-going clothes that evoke a ‘forever weekend’ feeling.
The three-day catwalk event takes place from Monday 10 to Wednesday October 12 and will showcase high street fashion, couture and up and coming designers.
Liverpool Fashion Week is one of the most prolific fashion events the North has to offer, attracting hundreds of fashion-lovers from across the country. The event, which is now in its eighth year, will take place at The Liner Hotel in Liverpool and promote the message of ‘fashion for all,’ championing clothes for a range of sizes and ages.
John Stockton, managing director at Weird Fish, said: “We’re delighted to be invited to showcase at Liverpool Fashion Week. Our catwalk will showcase our AW16 range, including chunky knitwear styles and our iconic Macaroni™ fabric. As ever, we offer high quality at good prices, as per our reputation of which we are very proud.”
Amanda Moss, director of Liverpool Fashion Week, said: “It’s incredibly exciting to have Weird Fish joining the catwalk line-up for Liverpool Fashion Week.’ What I love about this brand is that it’s ready to wear and you can step right off the catwalk and into the outfit. This reflects our ethos that fashion is for everyone and there’s a style to suit every shape. I’m particularly keen to slip into the cosy knits of Weird Fish this winter season.”
Weird Fish clothing is available to buy nationally from Weird Fish retail stores and online. There are 12 branded stores and stockists include Debenhams, Cotswold Outdoor, Haskins and Blacks Leisure. For more information, visit www.weirdfish.co.uk.
Tickets are on sale for £10 each night from www.liverpoolfashionweek.co.uk. Doors open to the public at 6pm, with the first catwalk slot starting at 6.30pm. To keep up to date with all the activity on Twitter, follow @lpoollfw and join the conversation with #alwaysinfront.