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Inverness music venue Hootananny plans fashion show to mark St Andrew's Day

By Neil MacPhail

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A tartan-themed fashion show will take place at Hootananny in Inverness city centre on Saturday.

The show from 6-8pm is being organised by local outfit Loch Dress, who have wowed Belladrum Festival and had shows in London where their tartan corsets gained rave reviews.

An all-day programme of Scottish music will also mark St Andrew's Day along with the Church Street pub's regular Saturday ceilidh.

Manager Alister MacKay said: "We shouldn't let St Patrick have all the fun. This will be a full day of music with the fashion show as our centrepiece. It promises to be an extraordinary day.

"The show should be an evening of fun and fashion, celebrating everything Scottish. Hosted by comedian Zander McNally this promises to be a night of pure Scottish entertainment – Loch Dress doesn’t do boring."

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