The Titanic Hotel and Rum Warehouse confirmed as Celebration of Style venue

New Liverpool event space The Titanic Hotel and Rum Warehouse will join Knowsley Hall, The Liver Building and The Cunard Building in hosting SK Events' Celebration of Style festival on 13-15 November.

The Titanic Hotel is set to host sartorial guests
The Titanic Hotel is set to host sartorial guests

Located on Stanley Dock, the 153-bedroom hotel will act as a hub for information over Celebration of Style’s three days. This will include an exclusive area at the Titanic Hotel for VIP guests to relax in-between scheduled events.

The Grade II-listed building will also host Friday’s ‘Influence of Style’ conference, where a panel including Matthew Williamson’s head of digital, Rosanna Falconer and celebrity hair stylist Andrew Collinge will speak about how to break into the industry.

Denise Harris, director at SK Events, said: "When considering venues for our event hub, The Titanic Hotel was our number one choice, so we’re delighted to have them on board. Not only is it in a great location, the event space itself is perfect for us to hold the Influence of Style event with the fantastic conference facilities available."

Kerry Smith, director of sales and marketing for The Titanic Hotel, added: "Aspirational events like Celebration of Style really reflect the city’s ethos to be an international destination. It’s known not just for its history, its industry and its entertainment, but also for its style. 

"We share that vision here at Titanic Hotel and Rum Warehouse and we look forward to welcoming the industry influencers to Stanley Dock to show them first hand what Liverpool really has to offer in the style stakes."

Celebration of Style will feature a range of events focusing on the worlds of fashion, beauty, art, music and architecture. A number of pop-up events have been planned around the city, as well as catwalk hosted by partner Cricket and a private dinner hosted by designer Matthew Williamson.

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