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London to host Clothes Show once again
Published: Monday 13th of April 2009
London is set to host the Clothes Show this year after a sabbatical from the event, it has been announced.
It will be heading for the Excel Centre, which recently hosted the G20 summit and saw some of the world's most powerful politicians coming together to discuss the future.
The event will take place between May 29th and 31st, with organisers expecting a whole host of styles and designers to turn up and exhibit.
"Our intention is to create an inventive fashion experience to excite London's audience," says creative director at On/Off Lee Lapthorne.
He added that he was "delighted" at the prospect of working with the Clothes Show again, with last year's event in Birmingham proving a success.
Anyone heading to London for the Clothes Show next month might want to take advantage of the London Pass, which gives free entry to a whole host of London attractions.
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