Clash is joining forces with super designers at Selfridges to host two events to celebrate the sun coming out..
Selfridges Manchester Exchange Square and London will each open their doors for an evening, when men on the look out for styles to see the summer through will have the opportunity to preview the Spring Summer 2008 men’s collections of snappy streetwear from brands such as Firetrap, Carhartt, Lyle & Scott, Nike, Offspring, while also partaking in some fun activities and sartorial hob-nobbing.
We will of course provide the audio entertainment, ensuring your ears are well catered for, while taking care of the whistle wetters and eye candy.
In this department, a fashion show will see sporty fellas parading the latest collections of Spring Summer ‘08 finery through the aisles. While labels will be providing exclusive offers for those in the know (here’s a hint, spend £50 on Firetrap and receive a t-shirt worth £25). Expect a myriad of ways to get your kicks on the night such as the photographer’s corner – where customers are invited to dress up in their favourite rock stars regalia and be immortalised against a rock ‘n’ roll backdrop, with the photo printed immediately and framed for your mantel. Artists will be on standby to customise your new garments, or treat yourself to complimentary hair grooming and facial consultations.
Competitions on the night include your chance to win tickets to see Blood Red Shoes. All you need to do to win these prizes, plus many more is get your invitation, turn up on the right evening and shop. All this plus crazy activity will make this night more fun than a hoe down with Black Sabbath.
This soiree is invite only, but 250 Clash readers can come and join the fun by simply e-mailing your name, address, number of tickets required and the event you wish to attend, to [email protected].
Selfridges Exchange Square
Manchester, Men’s Street Fashion, First Floor
Wednesday 30 April 2008
7.00 – 9.00pm
Selfridges Oxford Street
London, Men’s Street Fashion, First Floor
Thursday 8 May 2008
6.30 – 8.30pm