Published Friday, 22 March 2013
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The popular event is now in its ninth year.
From Boutique stores to High Street fashion, the four day event will be showcasing what's hot and what's not with this season's trends.
Event organiser Cathy Martin said fashion week is all about bringing fashion theatre to the city.
"It's not just a plain old fashion show, we do try and pick interesting venues, interesting models and to showcase the very best of fashion that is available on the High Street, by local designers, international designers and local boutiques," she said.
"It's a really good mix of what's available to buy out there so anything you see on the catwalk today you can buy in the shops tomorrow."
Model and former Miss Northern Ireland Finola Guinnane said taking part in the event was 'the absolute dream job.'
"You get to try on all these fantastic clothes, maybe things you wouldn't pick yourself, and to walk down that runway is just a fantastic experience, its great fun.
"The beauty of Belfast fashion week is that it appeals to all age ranges, all budget types and it's a fantastic way to see the new Spring/Summer trends."
Belfast Fashion Week runs until Sunday at locations across the city.