Fashion show production that puts your designs centre stage
When you want your clothes to own the catwalk, you need fashion show production by designed event production. Our extensive experience and meticulous planning process will ensure that whatever style, format and venue you choose for your fashion show, you’ll have the perfect showcase from which your clothing and models will shine.
When you commission designed event production as your fashion show production company, we’ll deploy a fully collaborative approach. Our technical services team will listen to your ideas, visit your venue and work with you to bring your vision to life and create the exact experience that you want to share with your guests.
We understand the pressure that producing such an event can bring but, with experienced fashion show audio visual crew and talented event production designers on staff, we’re there to mitigate any problems. We’ve worked in many different venues, ranging from brand new hotels to a beautiful old country house with no roof, so we’re well versed in the challenges of different spaces and the need to elevate any venue to bring your concept to life.
Fashion show and event planning services
Your catwalk and stage is the main feature of your event. Whatever your brand’s design aesthetic, it must showcase everything you need your guests to experience, and be the perfect backdrop and representation for you and your products.
Taking your ideas and vision, we will design and build the catwalk you need in line with the venue itself – what’s more, having successfully offered fashion show and event planning services for several years, we understand the importance of allowing your models and your clothes to be the main focus.
Catwalks don’t need to be limited to the traditional long, straight runway. We’ll use our years of fashion show audio visual experience, event and technical services know how – not to mention our creative design prowess – to create catwalk that wows your guests and grabs column inches. We can create various shapes, different heights and a mixture of the two, to build a catwalk that is unique and eye-catching, especially in an unusual venue where you might want to use elements such as sweeping staircases or the nave of a church.