Anya Hindmarch Autumn Winter 2013 Teaser: What To Expect From Tomorrow's Show

Anya Hindmarch Autumn Winter 2013 Teaser: What To Expect From Tomorrow's Show

It's the Anya Hindmarch show tomorrow at 10am and we have a teaser (above) which gives us a few clues of what we can expect from the show. Anya's events and shows are always an imaginative, kooky extravaganza, as last season's show was an impressive magical cardboard carousel. There was Quality Street on seats, thousands of bubbles and a conveyor belt of handbags. Anya told us before the show: 'The set was inspired by a toy my children have called ‘The Christmas Machine’, where presents go in and come out magically wrapped! But it’s not really about Christmas, just that excitement. I wanted to embrace that feeling – it’s just like the buzz of buying a new handbag!'

So what can we expect from Anya this year? Well the teaser above gives us some clues as it says '50,000 dominoes, 35 mouse traps, 0 rehearsals, 1 chance.' Right... so could this show have a circus theme? Be about magic? The mention of dominoes makes us think of Las Vegas - so perhaps we'll see handbags with cards, dominoes and cocktails. We'll have to wait until tomorrow at 10am to discover what the show is all about.

But what do you think the teaser means? Let us know your predictions...



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