Cutting-edge fashion showcased at the Great Yorkshire Show

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Cutting-edge fashion and daring design are being showcased in the Fashion Pavilion at the Great Yorkshire Show in , which hosts four catwalk shows each day during the three day show.

Prestigious womenswear store Hobbs, which has created an exclusive Great Yorkshire Scarf, and has unveiled clothes from its 2011 autumn/winter collection, alongside North Yorkshire milliner Suzanne Gill who has created a collection of 20 hats for the show.

Fashion designer Hardy Punglia, a former personal shopper at Harvey Nicholls in , now with his own boutique in Huddersfield, is also making his debut at the Show, with a new collection of clothes created especially for the countryside .

The catwalk also features collections from fashion students at Northallerton College and Doncaster College, as well as clothes from long-established family-run department store Harvey’s of Halifax and Keighley-based Brook Taverner’s menswear.

Local television and radio celebrities Adam Tomlinson and Claire Montgomery are hosting the shows. Staff and students at Bradford College are in charge of hair and make-up and models have been provided by the Huddersfield-based Morton Gledhill Fashion Team.



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