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Fox Tailoring Fashion Show

More than 200 people were treated to an innovative and entertaining Fashion Show at 1812 Bournemouth on the 16th April. Headlined as 'A GENTLEMAN'S AFFAIR', the event was the idea of John Parrett of FOX TAILORING, featuring their Business, Formal and Casual collections, which included fashionable tweeds, evening wear and suits/shirts in a vast range of colours for all occasions.

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Fox Tailoring offer a Suit/Shirt Made to Measure service as well as RTW shirts, ties, cufflinks and accessories. They pride themselves on their attention to detail and customer service, as such they have a very loyal following.
 
With 6 scenes promoting all their range of products, the grand finale featured a wedding theme in which one lucky lady was wooed not by one but six young suitors…… lucky girl.
 
As 18 models, including Rob Mitchell, Fox Tailoring's Brand Ambassador and AFC Bournemouth's Commercial Director and Club  Chairman, Jeff Mostyn, hit the catwalk, decorated by award winning event decorators 'Balloon a Room', guests were also treated to delicious canapés from 1812 and whisky tasting from Haig Club. The bar was busy until the late hours with guests enjoying cocktails, fine wines and a bit of 'Fizz'.
 
The night finished with Live Music from Chris Manning and DJ Jay Rachet as well as a raffle to raise money for Julia's House, the children's charity in Dorset dedicated to helping life-limited children and their families, which raised hundreds of pounds. Fox Tailoring also sponsor the charity and donate £10 from every suit order placed to the hospice.
 
"This was our first event but I'm sure it won't be the last" said John who organised and choreographed the event. All our models are real-life customers - we cater for all shapes and sizes and I'm so pleased to see how tailoring can transform people, giving them so much more self confidence.
 
Everyone needs a sharp suit - it doesn't matter if you are a 20 something footballer or a 60 something businessman/entrepreneur. Clothes really do "maketh" the man.
 
 

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