Sheffield fashion show to boost children’s charity

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A charity fashion show is set to bring the talents of independent designers and boutiques to the catwalk in Sheffield.

The Sheffield Style Show has been organised to support the Eden Dora Trust, which supports families who have children with encephalitis, a condition that causes swelling of the brain.

The show is the fifth in Sheffield to be put on by event organiser Charlotte Calvert.

In addition to raising money and awareness for the trust, it will showcase everything the Sheffield fashion scene has to offer, including men’s, women’s and children’s designers.

Visitors can browse more than 30 stalls selling a range of clothing and accessories.

There will also be catwalk shows and live performances from Sheffield-based artists.

Charlotte said: “It is to feature all the boutiques, and designers in Sheffield including online Sheffield- originated designers – showcasing everything Sheffield has to offer and hopefully giving the people of Sheffield an annual fashion event to look forward to.”

The show will be at the city centre’s Royal Victoria hotel, Victoria Station Road, on Sunday and Monday, November 23 and 24.

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