Hull BID Fashion Week Builds to Holy Trinity Church Finale

Hull’s Holy Trinity Church will host one of the most colourful events in its history when it welcomes the Hull BID Fashion Week for a spectacular finale on Saturday 30 April.

The 700-year-old Church will open its doors to the public for a series of fashion events as the climax to a week which kicked off with a blaze of sound and colour from the open-top bus tour and continued with activities in Hull’s three main shopping centres.

  • During Thursday and Friday, St Stephen’s Shopping Centre will host a number of style week events from 10am until 5pm.
  • Princes Quay Shopping Centre will be the venue between 11am and 3pm on Thursday for a Kate Middleton-themed catwalk show as well as displays of children’s fashions.
  • The Prospect Centre will also adopt the wedding theme on Thursday and Friday with an invitation to children to be a “Prospect Princess” 10am – 4pm.

On Saturday 30 April the Hull BID Fashion Week spotlight will fall on Holy Trinity Church with a series of catwalk shows between 11am and 4pm. The Church will also host displays by the young Colour Lounge Model Agency, featuring students from Hull College, dance acts from David Danville and the ‘Kingston Swing’ Lindy Hop group, a wide range of boutique stalls and a large Clothes Swap area, which enables people to freshen up their wardrobe by paying a modest fee to exchange clothes.

All other events are free of charge (excluding the Clothes Swap at £2 per entrant – with half the proceeds donated to the church).

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