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Norwich shop windows celebrate Norwich Fashion Week 2012

16:00 06 March 2012

Some of the shops who are part of the Retail Skills Academy window display competition for Norwich Fashion Week 2012.

Some of the shops who are part of the Retail Skills Academy window display competition for Norwich Fashion Week 2012.

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Shop windows across Norwich city centre have been given a spruce up thanks to the Retail Skills Academy’s window display competition.

Over the past few weeks shop owners in Norwich have been working with students from City College Norwich to create a stylish window display befitting of Norwich Fashion Week.

Fourteen businesses are taking part in the competition and with the launch of fashion week just days away, it is time for the judges to take a look at the entries.

The judging panel includes Jane Evans VM Manager at Jarrold, Heather Farrow managing director at Farrows, Sue Dougal head of the Retail Skills Academy and last year’s winner Sam Papworth from Nola.

The winner will be announced at the Independent Retailers Show at Norwich Fashion Week on Thursday and you can see the winning design in the paper on Friday (March 9).

See all the entries in the competition by clicking on the photo gallery link at the top right of this page.

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