This year, to celebrate Norwich Fashion Week we asked budding amateur photographers to show what fashion in the city meant to them.
Whether it was an old vintage look, a hot trend of the upcoming season or your friend's own individual style - we wanted to see what you could capture in a bid to win a £500 intu gift card. The catch? Norwich fashion had to be at the heart of it.
We received lots of fabulous entries covering Norwich fashion including shots from the fashion shows and shots from iconic locations around the city.
Marketing Manager at intu Chapelfield, Sheridan Smith and Fashion Editor, Emma Harrowing both sat down to discuss each photo individually, looking at the style of shot, location, fashion and reasoning behind the photo. But, there could only be one winner and our judges had a tough decision to make.
The winner who 'snapped' up the prize was Jonny Human, who captured Norwich fashion in photos from the hair and vintage shows at Norwich Fashion Week. Check out his photos on our Twitter page now.
Here's a sneaky peek at the winning shots...
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