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Gok returns to Bluewater

PUBLISHED: 11:15 23 July 2009 | UPDATED: 10:51 23 August 2010

STYLE GURU: Gok Wan

STYLE GURU: Gok Wan

FASHION guru Gok Wan returned to a shopping centre to film the new series of his naked catwalk show in front of the biggest crowd yet . Hundreds of fans visited Bluewater shopping centre last Thursday to watch Gok Wan host the catwalk finale shows for

CROWDS: The fashion show proved a hit

FASHION guru Gok Wan returned to a shopping centre to film the new series of his 'naked' catwalk show in front of the 'biggest crowd yet'.

Hundreds of fans visited Bluewater shopping centre last Thursday to watch Gok Wan host the catwalk finale shows for the Channel 4 show How to Look Good Naked.

In four catwalk shows, women of all shapes and sizes, styled by Gok, hit the catwalk in summer wear from stores at the Greenhithe shopping centre.

The celebrity stylist said: "It's really exciting that How to Look Good Naked is back after 12 months off air.

"The new series promises to be more exciting with four amazing women strutting their stuff on the catwalk at Bluewater. I couldn't wait to see everyone at Bluewater again and join in the 'Naked' extravaganza."

He added that he had the best turnout of any of the catwalks he has filmed for the show.

This is the fourth series of the programme which shows women how to look and feel great with their clothes on or off, whatever their body shape.

To mark the occasion, Bluewater gave away 20 signed copies of Gok's new book How to Dress and exclusive sets of front row tickets for each catwalk show.

Bluewater has 330 stores, 50 bars and restaurants and 13,000 free car parking spaces.

For more information visit www.blue water.co.uk


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