Street style fashion press releaseDocument Transcript
STREET STYLE FASHION – BATH’S CREATES A WALL OF FASHIONBath’s fashion style will be put in the spotlight as ‘Street Style Photographers’ hit the streets duringlead in to Bath in Fashion 2011 between 23rd - 27th March.Get ready to get snapped as Bath Spa University students hunt for photo worthy ensembles to seehow our street style measures up. Will we be fashion VIPs or fashion victims? Acting as Bath’s ownpaparazzi, the team will capture Bath’s ‘Street Style’ before displaying the images as a street art stylemural of our local fashion. The mural will be displayed in a unit in Bath Street, with more imagesbeing added to it throughout the Bath in Fashion 2011 festival. The objective is to create a “wall offashion” which will be displayed at the centre of the city on Stall Street.Street style photography has surged in popularity over the last few years particularly amongst photobloggers online, and is regularly followed by many of the fashion conscious. A source forinspirational personal style, there has been a growing need to see fashion both on and off thecatwalk and what better way to get a taste of Bath’s style than to see it on the people’s runway, thestreets. Bath Spa Fashion student Alanna Kaye was inspired to map street style in Bath by “TheSartorialist” which captures stylish people on the streets of New York and was listed as one of thetop 100 design influences by Time Magazine. Allana says “this is a collaborative project with fashionand photographer students seeking out interesting street style in Bath. We hope to capture a crosssection of fashion and interesting characters who support their own style”.If you are in need of inspiration for your new season wardrobe, book your tickets now for theSpring/Summer Fashions show at The Octagon Milsom Place, watch top designer fashion beingparaded across 2000 year old pavements in Fashion ‘n’ Fizz at the Roman Baths, and catch coolUrban Fashions at the city’s new shopping centre, SouthGate. With big names such as leadingLondon producer John Walford, top stylist Rebekah Roy, and Julian Roberts inventor of a garmentpattern cutting method called “Subtraction Cutting” giving his unique demonstration, the Bath inFashion 2011 has an impressive line up.
For media enquiries and images please contact Nicky Hancock on 01225 332299 or e-mail :email@example.comDate: 8th March 2010Editors NotesBath in Fashion is the first event supported by the Bath Business Improvement District with funding fromBath & North East Somerset Council.From 1st to 28th October 2010 A majority of the Business ratepayers in the proposed BID who voted, voted infavour of the proposal, both by aggregate rateable value and numbers voting. A Business Improvement Districtwill be established in Bath and will commence on 1st April 2011.The BID will deliver three components : management of the city centre environment, marketing & events andcosts saving initiatives for businesses. The BID will generate £3.5 million over the next five years.