Fashion designer starts online now at fashion week
on Tuesday,September 06,2011 18:09
Fashion designer Alice Bodgener of Norwich, England, started her career by putting three of her designs online, which sold quickly. Now, she is one of the designers who will be featured in this year's Norwich Fashion Week, according to the Norwich Evening News.
Bodgener will be showcasing a three-dress line, all of which are perfect for the holidays and are based off of her vintage-design style, the news provider reports.
"I enjoy working on new artistic ventures, whether this is in art or fashion. I'm hoping that my first dress collection will go down well with the Norwich Fashion Week crowds as I want to create my first full collection for the Spring," Bodgener told the news source.
She added that her full spring line will be a daytime collection for women with simple designs, the media outlet reports.
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