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The Liberty Shopping Centre showcases latest trends at annual fashion show weekend

PUBLISHED: 12:09 02 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:32 02 October 2018

Liberty shopping Centre fashion show, celebrating the latest fashion trends.

Liberty shopping Centre fashion show, celebrating the latest fashion trends.

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Did you see the fashion show taking place over the weekend at The Liberty?

The Liberty Shopping Centre in Romford recently celebrated the latest fashion trends at their annual autumn/winter fashion show weekend.

Choreographed by Nathan Ramsay from dance troupe, Diversity, the Liberty showcased the latest trends from its 100 plus stores, in a series of catwalk shows over the weekend (Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30).

Liberty shopping Centre fashion show, celebrating the latest fashion trends.Liberty shopping Centre fashion show, celebrating the latest fashion trends.

From cosy wooly knits to the latest coats and accessories, the shows revealed some of the latest arrivals and seasonal collections from some of the centre’s shops including Topshop, H&M, New Look and Debenhams.

Centre Manager, Jonathan Poole said: “It was great to see so many shoppers enjoying our fashion show weekend.

Liberty shopping Centre fashion show, celebrating the latest fashion trends.Liberty shopping Centre fashion show, celebrating the latest fashion trends.

“Our stores have some great seasonal additions and it was fantastic to display them with live catwalks here at the Liberty.”

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