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Aussie Nitopi's LFW debut supports her expansion plans
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Luxury Australian designer, Cristina Nitopi, will unveil her A/W 11 collection during LFW at the lavish Charing Cross Hotel on February 18, 2011. Nitopi's first show in London supports her expansion plans of introducing the brand into European markets.

Inspiration for Nitopi's collections surfaced from her Sicilian heritage and being raised in a family fascinated by the world of fashion. Her mother being a talented designer/dress maker inspired Cristina to eventually leave her Psychology career and focus her energy on conquering the world of fashion.

Having most recently successfully shown at Hong Kong Fashion Week and Couture Fashion Week in New York, Nitopi expressed, “For this show I want to expand and cross my comfortable boundaries!”

Not comprising on quality Nitopi uses only the finest high-quality European fabrics and colours, with soft silk underlinings.

Attracting press and fashion industry alike, Cristina Nitopi will be presenting her luxurious show stopping designs at the “A La Mode” catwalk show hosted by LGN Events on the first day of one of fashions most anticipated events, London Fashion Week.

LGN Events offer and host a range of fashion events for private clients and members of the public. Since its event management launch, LGN Events have directed and managed Catwalk shows for numerous high profile events and international clients.

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