Sunday, 20 February 2011
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G-Shock have also collaborated with online boutique, Collect London to produce a new range of watches and t-shirts titled ‘Folk Fantasy’, inspired by tribal art and gothic symbolism. Only a small number of these unique products are being made however so check them out on www.g-shock.co.uk.
The night was also in association with local event ‘Stag & Dagger’, where loads of great bands and Djs were performing in surrounding bars and clubs into the early hours of the morning. G-shock provided us lucky few with exclusive access to the event and provided super cool transport to Cargo, in the form of the G-Shock Bus.
Rare chance to snap up fabulous fashions
STUDENTS WILL STAGE POP BOUTIQUE OF THEIR DESIGNS TO RAISE CASH FOR CHARITY
BY DECLAN HARTE
STYLISH clothes by some of Scotland’s top young designers will be on sale for a limited time in Aberdeen this weekend.
Fashion students from Edinburgh’s Heriot-Watt University designed the garments, which will be sold to help raise money for charity.
Jackets, T-shirts, dresses and jewellery can all be bought at a “pop boutique” showcase at Harley Clothing, in Aberdeen’s Schoolhill.
The students will donate 20% of their profits to north-east social care charity VSA.
The clothes will be on sale at the shop tomorrow and Sunday, from 11am until 5pm.
The entire ground floor of the store will be devoted to the temporary display, which will also include artwork designed by the students.
VSA development director Alan Reid said: “When we were approached by the students at Heriot-Watt University we were obviously thrilled that they had decided to link up with VSA during their weekend event.
“Through many of our projects we realise the importance of the younger generation and, aside from their generous pledge, we are keen to help the team in any way we can.”