Every summer the Glaswegian individuals are graced with a-two few days holiday we realize while the Glasgow Fair. ‘The Fair’ is amongst the oldest breaks in Scotland and dates into twelfth century. The fair’s first incarnation occurred in 1190, when Joceline of Wells received permission from King John to put on the festivities. However, since interesting as a summer break may be it is always difficult to get new things to-do to fill the time, this is when we are available in. This Glasgow fair check us out in a fresh pop up store.
From The eighteenth July we introduced a whole new collection in an appear store in Glasgow City Centre, hosted by manner team ‘Wear EPONYMOUS’. Along with other high-end developers, we are showcasing an example collection in a shop on the floor floor associated with the luxury shopping centre, Princes Square.
Bringing well-crafted, exclusive and revolutionary designs, Siobhan Mackenzie features designed a brand new collection the store. Accepting an innovative new strategy, she hopes to wow the style marketplace with original and stand-out pieces.
The woman brand-new range – which she's called Candy kilts- is produced with Real Leather and Genuine Harris Tweed. Pushing the boundaries of custom, Siobhan has actually reinvented the kilt to one thing brand-new and has stripped this brand-new number of tartan completely.
Wear Eponymous is a style business that aims to bring people existing and happening design talent UK broad and beyond. Sourcing special manner, Wear Eponymous is setting-up a pop-up shop when you look at the popular and luxurious shopping centre, Princes Square. Obtained known as the 8 day pop-up shop ‘The Wardrobe’ that may feature many different special and independent fashion designers.
The pop-up shop – featuring outstanding skill from a variety of up-and-coming developers – takes on an innovative new way of traditional shopping. The shop brings unique clothing, and bags, accessories, and furniture, all in one place for a somewhat various but interesting shopping experience.
This years Glasgow Fair is a superb chance to go to the pop up store and encounter a mixture of interesting design talent. May it be a VVA case, a Timeless Candle or, needless to say, a Siobhan Mackenzie kilt there is something for everybody.
Other vibrant and innovative developers include, Rachel McMillan, G69 Clothing, Amy McGregor, Elizabeth Martin Tweed, Anya Sushko, Purr and Barker, Protected Species, Nicci.N therefore the Canny Squirrel. Consistent with the Wear Eponymous brand name, The Wardrobe is home to brand new and appearing design talent in home and style.
Princes Square may be the perfect background with this, with-it becoming one of Buchanan Street’s main and a lot of visited shopping centres. Hosting several of Glasgow’s most useful restaurants and shops, it's a great area for some shopping and eating.
You’d be silly to lose out on witnessing Siobhan Mackenzie’s fresh Candy Kilts at ‘The Wardrobe.’ So make sure you create your way down to Princes Square prior to the 25th July. But in the event that you miss united states, after that make sure you get in touch with Siobhan for your made to order Candy Kilt inside chosen five tints.