Each one of our projects is uniquely tailored to the client brief. Here are some examples…
BRISTOL FASHION WEEK, THE MALL AT CRIBBS CAUSEWAY
Bristol Fashion Week is the largest style event in the south west, drawing over 6,000 visitors twice a year to The Mall at Cribbs Causeway. Over the last three years, Style Tribe has been instrumental in putting the event on the fashion map nationally, booking high profile celebrity talent including Denise Van Outen and Henry Holland to present the shows, and securing coverage with Grazia, Mail Online, ITV and BBC, to name but a few. Our social media expertise was also crucial in creating a buzz about the event – not only was #BristolFashionWeek the #2 trending topic on Twitter nationally during the event, but we were also responsible for conceiving and delivering the show’s hot ticket live blogging night, which regularly draws in the best fashion bloggers from across the country.
Grazia Daily is the online home of the UK’s most exciting, talked about weekly magazine. Not only does it offer the latest news, thought-provoking opinion pieces, fashion and beauty trends, but it also gives fans the chance to get their daily shopping fix all in one place. The content is produced by an agile team of expert fashion editors and, when they needed content support during the busy international fashion week period, Style Tribe was able to provide an in-house style writer to help keep the site at the top of its game.
BATH IN FASHION
Organised by Visit Bath, Bath BID and with the co-operation of the Fashion Museum and Bath Spa University, this week-long festival celebrates all that’s stylish in the South West’s favourite World Heritage City. Ahead of the main Bath in Fashion event, we put together the Bath in Fashion Blogger Award to recognise blogging talent in the city, as well as a day-long Fashion Trail for bloggers to come and explore Bath for themselves.
Destination Bristol called on us to help promote the city as a fashionable destination for Christmas shopping. We created a series of blogs for their WordPress site, promoting local stores and supplying gift ideas, as well as hosting Twitter chats to engage online audiences with the city.
Online fashion retailer Boohoo.com wanted to connect with bloggers in the South West and promote their Christmas party dress collection, so we set up a fashion show which attracted 100 of the region’s bloggers to come and see the looks for themselves.
As part of Cabot Circus’ 48 Hour Fashion Fix, we hosted a live blog of all the shows as well as calling on our pool of bloggers to come along and engage with the event. The objective of the event was to promote Cabot Circus as a premier destination in the South West for the latest trends.