VIP Night Of Style.


Taking over Robinsons Mercedes-Benz retailers across East Anglia, catwalk style reigned supreme in celebration of the C-Class Coupe launch.
Welcoming an impressive stage into the Cambridge, Norwich and Peterborough dealerships, guests gathered around the black carpeted runway, awaiting an exciting display from local independent retailers and high street moguls.

Leading the fashion week, Mercedes-Benz of Peterborough welcomed over 120 guests to its Hampton-based location, inviting all to explore pop up stores from Arbonne, John Lewis, Clinique, Tour of Cambridgeshire and many more.
As the show began, models expertly revealed the latest fashions from local boutiques Clue’s Fashion, Maysons Clothing and Dizen Clothing, before changing the tempo with a formal style from John Lewis. Joined by the team from Peterborough United Football Club and Elite Youth Football Academy, a great night was had by all, as they caught an exciting glimpse of the stunning cirrus white C-Class Coupe.

The following night, Wednesday 17 February, saw Mercedes-Benz of Cambridge strike a pose. Over 150 guests joined the team for the evening, enjoying a display from our professional catwalk team and stunning Mercedes-Benz models.
Revealing the C-Class Coupe, General Manager Mick Jolly then invited guests to explore the stunning Mercedes-AMG GT S, which definitely heightened the excitement levels.

Finally, Mercedes-Benz of Norwich invited over 250 guests into its Barker Street showroom on Thursday 18 February, all who arrived in anticipation of the Norwich Fashion Week preview show. Working with the originator behind the Norwich Fashion Week concept, clothing store Vanilla, and many other local boutiques including Ginger, Trumbulls and Hatters and Jarrolds, the show certainly whet our guest’s appetite for this year’s production.
Inviting John Lewis, Dipples Jewellers and Love Couture onto the catwalk also, the evening escalated with the display of a couture dress from designer Jo Randall, who presented a colourful outfit made entirely of glue.
Enjoying each night individually, the shows were a great evening for all, and something Robinsons Mercedes-Benz were proud to offer its customers.

The following night, Wednesday 17 February, saw Mercedes-Benz of Cambridge strike a pose. Over 150 guests joined the team for the evening, enjoying a display from our professional catwalk team and stunning Mercedes-Benz models. Revealing the C-Class Coupe, General Manager Mick Jolly then invited guests to explore the stunning Mercedes-AMG GT S, which definitely heightened the excitement levels.

Finally, Mercedes-Benz of Norwich invited over 250 guests into its Barker Street showroom on Thursday 18 February, all who arrived in anticipation of the Norwich Fashion Week preview show. Working with the originator behind the Norwich Fashion Week concept, clothing store Vanilla, and many other local boutiques including Ginger, Trumbulls and Hatters and Jarrolds, the show certainly whet our guest’s appetite for this year’s production.

Inviting John Lewis, Dipples Jewellers and Love Couture onto the catwalk also, the evening escalated with the display of a couture dress from designer Jo Randall, who presented a colourful outfit made entirely of glue.

Enjoying each night individually, the shows were a great evening for all, and something Robinsons Mercedes-Benz were proud to offer its customers.