Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Catwalk schedule for White Gallery London

The catwalk schedule has just been announced for White Gallery London 2010 where over 30 of the finest international bridal designers will come together for the first time at London’s Saatchi gallery. On 23 & 24 May, Alan Hannah, Amanda Wakeley, Ian Stuart, Johanna Hehir, Ritva Westenius, Stewart Parvin and Suzanne Neville will be showcasing their 2011 collections on their own named and by invitation only preview fashion shows, sponsored by Conde Nast Brides.

First 'green' collection from Agnes b.

Agnes b. Spring/Summer b. green collection is its first green range and comprises a capsule collection of emblematic pieces, favourites of Agnes’ from her past collections. The collection for both men and women includes knitwear, jersey and couture, along with accessories including jewellery, bags shoes hats and scarves. The b green collection is made from 100% organic cotton produced without the use of chemicals or pesticides or from recycled cotton, and has been conceived within the regulations of REACH, a law respectful to the environment.

World Duty Free

WDF is the UK's leading tax and duty free retailer with over 85 stores across 21 airports in UK and Channel Island airports. WDF's portfolio of retail brands include the main tax and duty free stores; World Duty Free, Biza and Alpha Airport Shopping alongside specialist stores; Glorious Britain, World of Whiskies, Collection, Cocoon Beauty Sanctuary, Perfume Gallery, Sunglasses, Beauty Studio and Simply Chocolate. WDF stores provide airport shopping facilities to over 200 million passengers a year and work with over 300 brand partners to bring travellers year round value on everything from cosmetics to confectionery, fragrance to fashion accessories, spirits to souvenirs, skincare to sunglasses, fine food and wine and champagne to cigars. WDF stores stock hundreds of products across all categories that are exclusive to travel retail and not available on the high street. WDF's press office has recently been brought in-house.