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Catwalks are ready as Canary Wharf gears up for autumn fashion show

PUBLISHED: 07:00 13 September 2018

Autumm fashion show returns to Canary Wharf September 27-29. Picture: Chris Anoy Katis

Autumm fashion show returns to Canary Wharf September 27-29. Picture: Chris Anoy Katis

Chris Anoy Katis

Top fashion returns to Canary Wharf later this month with three days of catwalk shows, pop-up boutiques, live music and enticing discounts.

Rich autumnal colours and warm fabrics ready for the winter months. Picture: Chris Anoy KatisRich autumnal colours and warm fabrics ready for the winter months. Picture: Chris Anoy Katis

The three-day Autumn Fashion event opens September 27 ready for a change of wardrobe for the coming winter months.

Shops and stores are offering timely sartorial inspiration with curated collections featured in fashion shows in Canada Place and Jubilee Place.

Shoppers can look to the catwalk for everyday interpretations of this season’s top autumnal trends including tweed, animal print in colours of burgundy, wine and earthy browns.

Live entertainment and music is being laid on throughout the five shopping malls with 300 shops, cafés, bars and restaurants.

The fashion weekend is part of Canary Wharf’s ongoing lifestyle which features a year-round calendar of arts and events.

The fashion extravaganza opens on Thursday, September 27, running till the following Saturday. Times: 9am-8pm Thursday and Friday, 10am-7pm Saturday.


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