Monday, 15 August 2011 18:49

Battle Of The Runway

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Battle of the Runway UK is scheduled to take place on Saturday 27th August 2011.
Every aspect of this event is going to be challenging, as well as ensuring they "bring it " on the catwalk, each model will have no choice but to take the reins and draw upon their own creativity skills. With the help of some of the UK's fresh and up coming makeup artists and hair technicians, participants will have to create and compile thier own individual looks, whilst enduring 3 rounds of highly competitive combat, with the winner taking home a £500 cash prize. With a high calibre of judges from the industry, on the panel to help guide and critique each contestant through this fashion gauntlet, it will however, be down to the audience who ultimately decides, who stays, who goes and who will be nominated as champion of the runway.

Maxine Griffiths, a Choreographer, Catwalk/Runway Trainer and Fashion Director, with over 20 years experience within the fashion show and Entertainment business, has created this spectacular event, which has already caused quite a stir within the industry. From hair to editorial, urban and high fashion, Maxine is renowned for her practical hands on advice on catwalk posture, poise, movement and the building of portfolios. Maxine has also dedicated her time and skills to The Models Workshop which she has designed to achieve the look and high professional standards that are required in this field, offering techniques on personality projection and self presentation.

Battle of the Runway will be held at the Bernie Grant Centre, N15 4RX, London. This event promises to be a sensational night of Fashion, Music and Live Entertainment. A chance to indulge and submerge yourself with some of the UK’s finest, fashion gurus, movers, shakers and fashionistas. Get ready to be dazzled by the inspiring models as they prepare for runway combat. Let the battle begin!

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