CUTTING-EDGE fashion and daring design is set to wow audiences at this year’s Great Yorkshire Show.

The Skipton Building Society Fashion Pavilion usually draws the crowds during the three days of England’s premier agricultural show, which runs from Tuesday, July 12, to Thursday, 1July 14.

This year is no exception, with organisers enticing some of Yorkshire’s finest up-and-coming designers and fashion houses to showcase their garments on the catwalk.

There are four catwalk shows each day. North Yorkshire milliner Suzanne Gill, whose bespoke head piece was singled out as Best Hat at this year’s Cheltenham Festival, will be making her debut in the Fashion Pavilion. With a collection of 20 hats that draw inspiration from the dramatic Yorkshire coastline as well as the chic vintage of Paris. Suzanne, who is based in Ampleforth, will be backstage ensuring her creations look perfect on the team of models, provided by the Huddersfield-based Morton Gledhill Fashion Team.

She said: “I feel absolutely thrilled to be taking part this year. The fashion shows are a great way of promoting the wealth of Yorkshire design talent.”