Cup cakes, pear cider served in tea cups, candelabras and pretty bunting transformed the Old Post Office in Newcastle into a kitsch setting for the show.
Featuring lingerie and swimwear from the House of Seduction (which marked its official launch at Fat Buddha in February), the event was a captivating bundle of surprises from start to finish.
The models strutted in front of the audience full of confidence, before stepping onto a platform to pose for their pin-up shots. They then hopped back off, throwing in a few dance moves as the next model took to the runway. My short video above (filmed using Vine) gives you a taste of the atmosphere on the night.
Unlike the super sexy lingerie showcased at its launch party, the House of Seduction toned things down a little this time with an altogether sweeter, girlier range. (That’s not to say that a few saucy items weren’t thrown into the mix, too, though!)
Rounding off the show was the fabulous barberpop girl group Scarlet Street, singing Mr Sandman and the Olly Murs track Troublemaker.
The event was a vintage fashionista’s dream.
And the goodie bag, which included a cake pop by NaniPops and false eyelashes from ND Make-up, was perfectly in keeping with the show’s theme.
The question is – what will the House of Seduction spring on us next time?