A colourful fashion blog supporting independents & sustainable fashion in Bristol and beyond

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Catching up with Bristol 24/7

Oh my gosh it is hot, hot, hot, here in Bristol! We are literally melting, we love it but our little English houses literally can't take the heat! With Glastonbury Festival on the horizon, which looks to be a scorcher, we are learning how to dress for the summer months, we have to 'learn' how to dress for this sort of heat as we only dress this way when we are off on our holidays and hanging out by the pool, we have no idea how to respond to wearing a very light summery outfit to work!? Can't I just wear my bikini? 

Here's a little catch-up with some of No Debutante's articles for Bristol 24/7 from the past few months spreading the Bristol fashion love as Fashion Editor, Emma Gorton-Ellicott.  

The return of the fash pack

That Thing pride themselves on leading the fashion pack, and their latest collection sees them waving the Bristol streetwear fashion flag more than ever. Read more here

Recreo fashion hits Bedmo!

Priding itself as the first menswear shop on Bristol’s hipster cool North Street, Recreo’s urban vintage style store sits comfortably on the popular Bedmo strip, offering high quality functional streetwear with a vintage, workwear edge. 
Read more here

Fashion on the front line

The Fashion Front is an awe-inspiring and exciting Bristol-based fashion show, bringing together local creatives with community groups. Their showcase is a fashion extravaganza with a colourful, fun-filled vibe. Following their incredibly successful debut show in 2016, the Fashion Front has thankfully returned for another year, supporting the Bristol fashion community and promising a scorching hot and glamorous fashion show that should not be missed. Read more here

Bringing it home with That Thing interiors

Collaborating with many Bristol independent homeware designers, That Thing‘s interiors range incorporates contemporary, hand painted and geometrically cut plant pots, gorgeous handmade cushions, cool copper piping lamps, wired lampshades and graphic printed mugs all mixed in with retro rarities: perfect items to fill your modern vintage home. Read more here 

Hoarding pays off at The In Scene

Thanks to Jan Crees’ rather enthusiastic hoarding obsession, pop-up vintage shop The In Scene was born. Read more here

Enjoy the sun xx

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Thanks for checking in Fashionistas.    
ND xx

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