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The Glades shopping centre launches fashion exhibition

PUBLISHED: 15:32 16 June 2017 | UPDATED: 15:32 16 June 2017

One of the framed pieces

One of the framed pieces

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Clothing is framed or displayed on plinths like pieces of art

Window shopping was taken to new heights when a fashion exhibition opened at The Glades Shopping Centre, Bromley, on June 16.

Looks from this summer’s trends were celebrated at the launch of the show, which allows shoppers to browse clothing displayed in frames and on plinths like pieces of art.

Event-goers had the opportunity to speak to fashion experts for tips and advice.

Kate Miller, general manager at The Glades, said: “There has been a lot of buzz and excitement about the gallery opening. It’s a different way to view retailers’ collections.

“We have all the summer trends and so there will be regular new additions to the gallery so there’s something new to discover each day.”

The VIP Fashion Gallery is open until Friday June 30 at the Lower Central Atrium at The Glades.

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