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GALLERY: Selfridges A/W Fashion Show

The escalators became the runway as the Exchange Square department store showcased its autumn winter looks

Written by . Published on October 13th 2014.


GALLERY: Selfridges A/W Fashion Show
 

I’M SURE some would agree that, at times, choosing to shop in a major department store causes reason for a new outfit alone.

The three-storey department store was transformed into a multi-story catwalk, with models making an unusual entrance from the top of the escalators.

Browsing through high-end and designer wears can leave the average customer in a bit of a style pickle. While the Alexander McQueen scarf and Balenciaga boots appear to call out to you from the runway, your wallet pleads mercy. 

Still, Autumn and Winter clothes shopping at Selfridges is usually the most tempting time. 

On Thursday 9 October, Selfridges Exchange Square teased Manchester’s fashion crowd with the latest Autumn and Winter looks. Coronation Street's Catherine Tyldesley and Brooke Vincent were there to browse the season's style, and suitably, dressed up for the occasion.

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Hosted by General Manager, Jane Sharrocks, the three-storey department store was transformed into a multi-story catwalk, with models making an unusual entrance from the top of the escalators.

Showcasing both casual and evening wear, key trends emerged on the moving catwalk. For women, leather trousers and skirts, androgynous tailoring and feminine maxi dresses all made a statement. For men, they stuck to classic styles with slick suits in muted colours and the good old fashioned parka coat.

See the full gallery below, all outfits available at Selfridges, Exchange Square.

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AnonymousOctober 13th 2014.

FITTT!

AnonymousOctober 13th 2014.

Selfridges in Manchester these days seems to have totally lost touch with the city,and be only about flogging designer handbags to Chinese tourist/students.

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rinkydinkOctober 14th 2014.

Kind of agree actually. The menswear department seems to have leaned too far over to the high end bracket and lost some of its former grit and well, affordability. I suppose either the demand must have been there or they have lost their marbles.

AnonymousOctober 14th 2014.

It was always high end. Even the sales were pricey for the dross that was left. If they're selling then that's good for the city, no matter whom the current customer base is currently, because [cue ManCon speech] it creates jobs. Selfridges has never been representative of Manchester BTW.

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