Fashion-lovers flocked to Liverpool’s Restaurant Bar and Grill, to see the launch of She Shea’s Spring/ Summer collection. The event attracted countless style lovers from fashion-loving celebrities, bloggers and a variety of industry specialists for a networking lunch and afternoon of glamour.
Guests of this decadent Ladies Lunch were entertained with live performances from local artist Clare Sophia, a champagne reception, plus a succession of fashion shows and 2-course lunch. The fabulous Restaurant Bar & Grill, well known as a local celebrity hotspot, proved a fantastic location for the runway of gorgeous looks created by the bespoke fashion label.
Founder of She Shea, Jessica O’Shea, commented: “We were delighted to welcome over 100 guests to the She Shea Ladies Lunch and Fashion show. We have been overwhelmed by the level of support and I’m sure it will be the first of many.”
Highlights of this sold-out event included an exclusive preview of the stunning new bridal collection, fashion shows featuring the Woolton-based designers prom and party wear, luxury goodie bags, a champagne reception and two course lunch, all accompanied by live performances, DJs, and radio host Ellie Phillips.
Showbiz appearances were made by stars such as Britain’s Next Top Model’s Jenna Mcmahon, television personality Mark Byron, and Ibiza Weekender’s Rachel Rhodes, and She Shea’s loyal clients attended in their droves.
Successful local beauty brands also shared the spotlight with stands for the ladies to peruse, adding a shopping experience to the wonderful afternoon. Internationally known brand Crystal Clear Skincare, Rainhill salon Beauty on View, and hair experts Russianology provided much needed retail therapy.
Positive reviews were made all round by She Shea fans, and her glamorous clients are already speculating about what she may have planned for the rest of this upcoming year.
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