What’s coming up in our fantastic Get Gorgeous event!


Printed chiffon dress from Ronen ChenSpring has finally arrived and there is no better time to update your wardrobe and get your gorgeous summer style ready for the coming months. This weekend our Get Gorgeous event will feature fashion top tips and advice to help you unearth a whole new you this season!

We have a host of premiere shows from exciting new brands and a fantastic Nina Leonard maxi dress Today's Special Value for you to look forward to. Plus, everything from the event is available in interest-free instalments so you can spread the cost of your May style makeover.

Swirl print tunic from Ronen ChenWe have the premiere show of beautiful new fashion brand Ronen Chen this weekend. This high-end and luxurious designer brand showcases clean, understated designs which have become the Ronen Chen trademark. The designs are inspired by geometric lines and shapes, and his pieces are fashionable, classic and flattering.

Our expert fashion buyers have chosen their top picks from the Ronen Chen collection to help you stay ahead in the style stakes this summer. The printed chiffon dress (pictured above) is an elegant piece, with an asymmetric hemline and classic neutral shades – a great contemporary twist to your summer wardrobe. The swirl print tunic (left) is another great piece from the range, with a modern print in on-trend monochrome shades, and the asymmetric maxi skirt is a classic design that will take you from season to season.

Nina Leonard printed maxi dressWe also have a brand new footwear brand joining QVC, Peter Kaiser. The feminine designs offer luxury, quality and exclusivity and feature great fabrics and craftmanship for the perfect fit.

Finally, make sure you look out for a beautiful Nina Leonard maxi dress Today's Special Value. In four stunning and vibrant prints, this dress is sure to become your summer go-to piece. It works for all occasions as it can be dressed up or down and will brighten your day or night with the colourful shades and flattering shape!




Here is more of a sneak peek of what is coming up this weekend!


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1 Comment

  1. Lesley Shepherd May 15, 2013 at 1:16 pm -  Reply

    I really really wish that QVC would acknowledge that there are a lot of Size 8-10 women out there that would love to own some of the designs sold on QVC. Unfortunately though, QVC appear to want only to cater for the Larger, Extra Large & Plus size customers. Even when size 8 is offered it is nearly always the US version of size 8 (in other words a UK 12 at least) rather than a true 8. Time after time I see a new range showcased, get excited when an item is offered in XS or 8-10 and then disappointment sets in immediately when the presenter reads out the measurements. Note to QVC buyers – a UK size 8 is NOT and never has been a 39 inch chest! It is very unfair, not to say extremely bad business sense, to effectively discriminate against anyone who does not take a large size. I feel that a lot of the designers (especially the US ones) are brought to QVC because they manufacture everything in plus and even plus plus sizes. Nina Leonard and Dennis Basso are typical examples – continually pointing out how they “fit” on XXL models. Why cannot QVC ensure we are all catered for?

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