Heads are spinning at intu Milton Keynes this month, with the Fashion Revolve event.
The month-long showcase kicked off on Saturday with dancers performing dynamic dance routines every 20 minutes, whilst sporting the latest fashions from stores across the centre. Brands taking part in the show included Superdry, Topshop and Topman, Miss Selfridge, Gap, T.M.Lewin, Jack and Jones, Karen Millen and more.
There were also discounts and prize draws to win exciting prizes from selected stores.
Martin Hindson, general manager at intu Milton Keynes, said: “Saturday was a brilliant day with a fun and attention-grabbing display. Fashion Revolve incorporated many of our stores and gave our shoppers an entertaining show throughout the day.
“We try to do something different with every fashion event we host and this was a great success, enjoyed by staff and shoppers alike.”
To round up fashion month, the annual intu Milton Keynes eco weekend will have a fashion twist on the weekend of March 28-29. Fashion and textiles students from Milton Keynes College will present ‘The Denim Upcycle’, armed with their sewing machines and showing shoppers how to upcycle denim garments to give them a stylish refresh.
From Tuesday 10 until the end of March, there will be a giant perspex cube in centre, which is the clothes donation station for the fashion month clothes amnesty. Shoppers can donate any unwanted items with proceeds going to Open Door, a charity which helps homeless people in Milton Keynes.