Bride Show Dubai set to open
Dubai, April 7, 2009
The Bride Show Dubai opens tomorrow (April 8) with an exclusive range of local and international exhibitors, a fashion competition and daily catwalk shows.
The show offers a diverse collection of exhibitors displaying a vast range of products and services a woman could possibly dream of for her wedding, said a statement.
“But the event is not just for women planning their nuptials – with haute couture fashion, beauty products, health and wellbeing services and home interiors, as well as a new Men’s Lounge featuring Nintendo Wii games, and a children’s area provided by Peekaboo Crèche, the show offers something for everyone,” said a spokesman.
“Visitors to The Bride Show Dubai have come to expect outlandish and innovative products that they may never have heard of before. This year will not disappoint, as the event hosts the public launches of a prenuptial Placenta-Diamond facial from Biolite Skin Clinic and Bling H2O, the world’s first ultra-luxury mineral water in a bottle encrusted with 10,000 Swarovski crystals,” he said.
This year’s edition also introduces a host of new exhibitors and features that will excite visitors of all backgrounds and ages, said the spokesman.
The Inspiration Zone is an area dedicated to giving visitors an insight into hair and make up techniques, beauty makeovers, flower arranging ideas and jewellery making classes by CRYSTALLIZED - Swarovski Elements.
The event features 19 fashion shows from top local and international haute couturiers.
Visitors are advised to ramp up their own personal style stakes as the competition for Best Dressed Visitor is launched. Image Factor, the London and Dubai-based style and shopping consultancy, will be on hand throughout the exhibition to evaluate the personal style of visitors and the visitor they deem to be best dressed will receive one night’s complimentary stay in the Bridal Suite of the Crowne Plaza Dubai.
The Bride Show Dubai runs till April 11 at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre. An entry fee of Dh10 is applicable and children under 14 are not permitted but the Peekaboo Children’s Crèche will be made available, said the statement. – TradeArabia News Service
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