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Flannels launch party

Pictures from the launch of the new Flannels store at Spinningfields

Published on April 11th 2011.


Flannels launch party

Guests celebrated in style at the official launch party of the Flannels flagship store on The Avenue in Spinningfields on Wednesday 6 April.

The new 20,000sq ft concept store is set across two floors, and launches a new format for the Flannels brand in terms of its design and mix of products. The flagship store offers a collection of top international designers including Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Tom Ford, Carven, Raoul, Lanvin, Ermenegildo Zegna, Canali, Giambattista Valli, Matthew Williamson, Temperley, Diane Von Furstenberg, Acne and many more.

At the party were friends, customers and special guests. The evening included a performance by comedy cabaret act Frisky & Mannish, whose flamboyant pop posturing and music-mash-ups went down well with the party-goers.

Beautiful-themed drinks were served including White Cosmopolitan Orchid cocktails for the ladies and Antica Tom Collins for the gentlemen. English style canapés including mini newspaper-wrapped fish & chips, mini burgers and cottage pies were provided by The Alchemist. Guests also enjoyed His and Her cupcakes specially made by Hey Little Cupcake!

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