A host of North-east and international fashion designs will be shown off at a catwalk event this spring.
Aberdeen Fashion Week, now in its fourth year, has drawn the attention of major cities around the world.
The event is a creation of Lydie Cutler, a 46-year-old fashion designer, who grew tired of having to travel out of the Granite City to showcase her designs.
She said: “Aberdeen is a beautiful place with a lot of different cultures. Fashion is everywhere in the world and it’s a chance for us to showcase the latest trends in Aberdeen.
“I wanted to also highlight Aberdeen’s own talent.”
Since the launch, designers from London, New York, Melbourne and Kenya have been welcomed.
Familiar names like Touch of Tartan’s designer Inger Helen Vorley will showcase her unique threads.
Inger said: “I first worked with Aberdeen Fashion Week in 2016 and this is now my second year.
“I think the show is brilliant and there’s nothing like it in Aberdeen.
“I’m delighted to take part and feature my designs.”
And Inger is encouraging avid fashion fans and admirers to come along to the event.
The fashion show, which will take place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, also comprises Robert Gordon University’s own Gray’s School of Art design graduates.
Lydie is excited to announce a special guest will be walking the runway at this year.
She said: “I’m so lucky to have Miss Universe Kenya 2016 coming to the event.”
Lydie also organises a charity fashion show where proceeds go towards Future Choices to help disabled members of the community.
Aberdeen Fashion Week will take place from April 25 to April 30.