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In recent years, the demand for ethical fashion has grown to more than ever before. With eco-friendly fashion on the rise, Beth Povey spotted her opportunity and set up her Leek-based business, Realm Designs, in early 2016.
The Brampton Museum in Newcastle-under-Lyme are celebrating the rich history of popular fashion from the last two centuries with an exhibit of clothes from the local area.
Following their fun and floral Spring/Summer 2018 campaign, intu Potteries have revealed the four top trends for Autumn and Winter.
The sun has been making appearances here and there, the air has gotten warmer and Brits have already started to host garden parties and barbecues. A glimpse of the summer means that you can no longer go around wearing knitted jumpers or wooly hats. The summer brings about a new era of fashion each year but what should you be wearing?
There are many aspects that form a great circus; clowns, music, dancers, but arguably one of the most important is the costumes.
Not only do the costumes add to each circus theme, they also need to be made to withstand ropes, acrobatics and quick changes.
A new season is upon us and stores and online retailers are signalling the change by covering their rails with skirts, crop tops and sandals. However for most of us, the chilly weather is still calling for chunky knits.
Nevertheless, the time has come to take note of the forthcoming trends and to start putting together your wardrobe for any upcoming summer holidays.
Most brands have released their collections for Spring/Summer 2018, so we know what the cool kids will be wearing.
Innovative, adaptable and hugely successful. One of the world’s most beloved brands. It’s won GQ Designer Of The Year in 2001. Now, Gucci make a game changing decision to remove animal fur from their collections.
English shoe brand, Irregular Choice is, as the name suggests, footwear for those who want to stand out from the crowd. As the brand opens its first stand-alone store in Staffordshire, Amy Berwick chats to its International Brand and Marketing Manager, Sally Glover.