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Pretty Green and the rise of British Menswear

On June 22, 2016, Posted by , In Man About Town, With No Comments

“It’s gonna do clothes I like. If people like it, cool, if they don’t, they don’t.” proclaimed Liam Gallagher for the launch of his label Pretty Green in June 2009. Today, Gallagher’s simple desire to create clothes that he would wear has sparked the growth of one of Britain’s best-known…

Dashing Tweeds: Interview with Guy

On June 17, 2016, Posted by , In Man About Town, With No Comments

Dashing Tweeds: Interview with Guy     Celebrating British craftsmanship is at the heart of what Scot Street Style does as a platform and network for creatives to showcase their stunning work. Tailoring is one of those iconic British trades that has been anchored in our culture for centuries, and…

London Collections: Men; Day 4

On June 16, 2016, Posted by , In Man About Town, With No Comments

London Collections: Men Day 4 Highlights The last day of LC:M was perhaps one of the more diverse, with each designer displaying collections which were very personal and drawn from cultures all around the world. The mixture of textures and prints is prevalent, and the unexpected usage of luxury fabrics…

London Collections: Men; Days 2&3

On June 15, 2016, Posted by , In Man About Town, With No Comments

London Collections: Men  Day 2 & 3 Highlights  The second and third days of LC:M were a mix of classic design and innovative streetwear. British craftsmanship was celebrated, politics were discussed, and even more trends were set. Below are some highlights from days 2 and 3. Daniel w. Fletcher       …

London Collections: Men; Day 1

On June 12, 2016, Posted by , In Man About Town, With No Comments

London Collections: Men Day 1 Highlights: Already there are clear trends appearing at this season of LC:M. London menswear seems to be moving away from fitting garments to a more relaxed feel, and colours like blue, beige, and forest green are seen frequently amongst the designers. Below are some photos and…

Visit Scotland

On March 10, 2016, Posted by , In In The Media, With No Comments

Our good friends over at HeeHaw have produced this very cool video for Visit Scotland where our other friends, Kestin Hare and Harris Tweed, have been featured along side Scot Street Style in the year of Innovation, Architecture and Design. Take a look VISIT SCOTLAND // YEAR OF INNOVATION, ARCHITECTURE…

New York City Tartan Week

On February 21, 2016, Posted by , In General, With No Comments

Last month, as a friend of New York City’s Tartan week, to celebrate Robert Burns’ birthday, Gordon was asked to recite “A Bottle and a Friend”. Here’s the video which includes our friends, Tristan Cameron Harper, professional ice hockey player and model and Howie Nicholsby, Celebrity kilt designer and owner of 21st Century…

Vintage with a Modern Twist

On February 10, 2016, Posted by , In Events,Man About Town, With No Comments

View the original blog post over on Greener Scotland Greener living can enrich every part of our lives, and we can all play our part. From the clothes we wear to the buildings we inhabit, we can raise awareness and actively participate in environmental sustainability, reducing carbon emissions and making…

Edinburgh Fashion Week

On February 8, 2016, Posted by , In In The Media, With No Comments

Last week, we had the privilege of putting together and working with an incredible team of talented models, stylists, photographers, bloggers to produce the fashion shoot with our partners at Burt Greener for Edinburgh Fashion Week. Now in its second year, Edinburgh Fashion Week (EFW) is making a highly anticipated return…

BBC – Is it the End of Scottish Cringe?

On January 26, 2016, Posted by , In Man About Town, With No Comments

Click here to read the full article on the BBC website or copy and paste this link into your browser. http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20160114-is-it-the-end-of-the-scottish-cringe Excerpt Today, young creatives are rehabilitating traditional textiles and designs. Siobhan MacKenzie and 21st Century Kilts, for example, re-interpret the kilt using unlikely fabrics like denim and leather. They…