Love Fashion: Manchester is launching a monthly residency at Old Granada Studios from Saturday, April 26, following its debut at Vogue Fashion’s Night Out in the city last October.
Up-and-coming designers will showcase their wares at the new pop-up fashion festival in Manchester’s Old Granada Studios.
The shopping emporium will feature two catwalk shows and 25 stalls selling clothes from emerging designers, independent boutiques and fashion graduates.
Model scouts from agency Cliché will be scoping out the crowds for the next Kate Moss or Cara Delevingne to join their books, while Manchester DJs Remake Remodel will be providing the soundtrack to the day.
Brands on show include award-winning ethical designer Mia Nisbet, whose range merges Malawian textiles and recycled western materials, and Masato Studio Boutique’s bespoke designs.
Stockport-based Fluke Kids will also be showcasing its quintessentially British childrenswear alongside handmade leather and textile handbags and accessories by Luna Amani.
The festival will be held at the Quay Street studios on the third Saturday of every month, from 11am to 5pm.