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CROSSWORD Norwich Fashion Week - turn to the left!


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ACROSS 1 Female fashion designer who loves tartan & heels (8, 8)


4 Te three European capitals of fashion - London, Milan &... (5)


7 First name of the legendary Chanel (4)


9 Spaceman who had a song called Fashion (5, 5)


11 What people who work on Saville Row do for a living (6)


13 Haute...(7) 16 Te tag in your clothes that tell you who made them (5)


17 Pick one of these up from the newsagent to find out what’s in (8)


18 Jean Paul who loves sailor hats and Breton tops (8)


19 A lady or a man who wears clothes for a living (5)


20 Tiny space to try new clothes on in (8, 4)


DOWN 1 Perhaps the best known fashion magazine (5)


2 A place where there are loads of clothes shops in one building (8, 4)


3 What most people keep their clothes in at home (8)


5 Wear these to jazz your outfit up (11)


6 What you store your clothes on (6, 6)


8 What a designer presents at the start of each season (10)


10 What models walk down at a fashion show (7)


12 Plastic person who shows off clothes in a shop (9)


14 Fashion for your bonce (3)


15 Someone who imagines and creates clothes (8)


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