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Bristol Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014

How quickly a new season comes around – last month we were back at Bristol Fashion Week, helping put the style buzz back into Bristol…

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Looks for the show are put together up to six months in advance, so the team works with a carefully selected group of stylists and trend prediction experts who visit all the international shows and provide their tips for what will be in style for the season ahead. (You can read our summary of top trends for Autumn/Winter 2014 here). This season’s major colour is red, so the style team interprets the high street’s offerings into a themed collection, like this one above from Lipsy. (FYI that red jumpsuit on the left is now flying off their shelves!)

Here at Style Tribe, we’re really proud to be part of an event that’s not only fashion-forward, but accessible and affordable for everyone. Our role in the event includes PR, marketing, blogger outreach and creating social media content, which you can see on The Mall’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels.

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One of the most important aspects of Bristol Fashion Week is that it features fashion for everyone, so all the items are available on the high street at affordable prices, like the sets above from Ann Summers, which retail from about £40. They also do their best to book models with a range of sizes and body shapes, as well as different age groups, which means that whatever your age and size, you should find something for you in the show.

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Another important factor that the stylists take into consideration is wear-ability. This is not the show for flimsy fabrics you’ll only wear once. As you can see from the Western-inspired outfits above, these are looks that are designed to last, whatever the weather and regardless of what you’re doing. So these outfits will be just as at home on the school run or a night out with your mates as they would on the catwalk!

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Finally, the key ingredient that makes Bristol Fashion Week such a successful event is FUN! The models and dancers on these catwalks dance, sing, and laugh with the audience, making it a welcome change from the surly international catwalks.

If you want to see what out bloggers wore to Bristol Fashion Week, check out our street style gallery here.

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Bristol Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014

How quickly a new season comes around – last month we were back at Bristol Fashion Week, helping put the style buzz back into Bristol…

15355764001_85cc1f1c51_k

Looks for the show are put together up to six months in advance, so the team works with a carefully selected group of stylists and trend prediction experts who visit all the international shows and provide their tips for what will be in style for the season ahead. (You can read our summary of top trends for Autumn/Winter 2014 here). This season’s major colour is red, so the style team interprets the high street’s offerings into a themed collection, like this one above from Lipsy. (FYI that red jumpsuit on the left is now flying off their shelves!)

Here at Style Tribe, we’re really proud to be part of an event that’s not only fashion-forward, but accessible and affordable for everyone. Our role in the event includes PR, marketing, blogger outreach and creating social media content, which you can see on The Mall’s FacebookTwitter and Instagram channels.

15336598896_babedcbc96_b

One of the most important aspects of Bristol Fashion Week is that it features fashion for everyone, so all the items are available on the high street at affordable prices, like the sets above from Ann Summers, which retail from about £40. They also do their best to book models with a range of sizes and body shapes, as well as different age groups, which means that whatever your age and size, you should find something for you in the show.

15358658022_19f5dd7e39_k

 

Another important factor that the stylists take into consideration is wear-ability. This is not the show for flimsy fabrics you’ll only wear once. As you can see from the Western-inspired outfits above, these are looks that are designed to last, whatever the weather and regardless of what you’re doing. So these outfits will be just as at home on the school run or a night out with your mates as they would on the catwalk!

15358977115_c26eb93050_k

Finally, the key ingredient that makes Bristol Fashion Week such a successful event is FUN! The models and dancers on these catwalks dance, sing, and laugh with the audience, making it a welcome change from the surly international catwalks.

If you want to see what out bloggers wore to Bristol Fashion Week, check out our street style gallery here.