Fine Tuned returns to Royal Albert Dock this weekend

FINE TUNED, the free festival celebrating independent designer-makers, classic styles and vintage finds, returns to take over Royal Albert Dock Liverpool on July 14-15.

Fresh from the remarkable success of the National Festival of Making, HemingwayDesign and Deco Publique come together again to present a kaleidoscope of bespoke and vintage fashions, tailor-made wares, and classic cars.

Clare Rawlinson, marketing manager, Royal Albert Dock Liverpool, said: “Fine Tuned welcomes some of the best independent artists and artisans to Royal Albert Dock Liverpool this summer for a weekend of clothes, jewellery and crafts, music, food and entertainment. If you are someone with a keen eye on contemporary style or a passion for timeless classics, or you’re just looking for that unique, handmade craft you won’t find anywhere else, then Fine Tuned is the event for you. It’s the perfect way to “upcycle” your weekend!”

Wayne Hemingway MBE said: “This will be the fourth consecutive year that we’ve hosted an event at Royal Albert Dock Liverpool and each year we fall more and more in love with the place and the people of Liverpool! The beautiful details of the Grade listed architecture perfectly complements the quirkiness and colour of the event, and I believe there really is no better place to throw a free party on a summer’s weekend!

“Thank you to Royal Albert Dock Liverpool for hosting us yet again, and we look forward to welcoming visitors to our celebration of all things fine-tuned.”

There’ll be plenty to enjoy for fashion lovers at Fine Tuned, including hair and beauty makeovers and, of course, all the wonderful vintage shopping that is on offer. Whatever era inspires you most, visitors and collectors will be able to explore and enjoy clothing and accessories from established couture labels to street styles from the roaring ‘20s through to the raving ‘90s.

For details about the full Fine Tuned programme and all other upcoming events at Royal Albert Dock Liverpool, visit the website