The 90s and 2000s were a golden age for fashion. New trends were emerging and fashion brands were at their peak. Whatever your favorite celebrity wore, you did too.
So that’s why we thought about the best celeb-favorite fashion brands of the 90s and 2000s. Dive deeper to know more about the best ones.
GAP is a staple of 2000 fashion. It was THE place you would go to buy clothes. More so, GAP wasn’t that expensive for normal people. While celebs mostly bought high-value clothes, you could regularly see a celeb on Hollywood Blvd wearing a plain GAP t-shirt....
Come along to Amnesty International's second annual Clothes Swap in Exeter!
The name clothes swap is pretty self-explanatory: donate clothes and you can take any items you fancy in return! Donating in advance means that you are able to get a reduced entry ticket on the day, or if you're unable to donate, turn up anyway and pay £4 entry to take part in the clothes swap. There will be coffee, cakes, and a live DJ, so even if you're not into clothes, there's still something for you!
All proceeds go towards the charities running their stalls and any...
Plymouth based company, BAM Bamboo Clothing, and the University of Exeter have joined forces to address the issue of sustainability in fashion.
The Business School at the University of Exeter has global recognition for its study of Circular Economy: essentially an economy that aims to eliminate waste and encourage the continual use of resources.
45 MBA students at the University’s Business School were set a 48 Hour Design Challenge to come up with some radical, workable solutions for BAM to integrate into their Circular Economy business strategy.
Taking place from 17-21 September, the week-long programme of events will be hosted across the city centre, celebrating Exeter’s diverse retail offering with many independent shops and High Street brands showcasing their favourite looks for autumn.
For the first time, InExeter will support The Vintage Fashion Show, a catwalk and pop-up celebration of styles from the 1920s’ onwards. With elegant and interesting one of a kind vintage pieces, colourful and classic vintage inspired styles, beautiful bespoke tailoring, and more, from Exeter based independent stores including Frocks in...
Many of us already shop online for many everyday goods, and our fashion buys are no exception. The convenience of next day delivery, great discounts and ease of access to a whole host of fashionable goodies are hard to resist.
Fashion lovers spend hours browsing through pages of gorgeous clothing and accessories. Whether it’s on the commute to work, sipping your favourite coffee on the go or sneaking a look during lunch breaks, taking a peek at the latest fashion buys is so easy to do.
Many well-known retailers mobile shopping apps that can be downloaded to a whole range of...
SSAFA Devon will be showcasing designs from Sir Norman Hartnell, a world-famous haute couture designer, to raise money and awareness for SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity.
On Friday 5th and Saturday 6th April, SSAFA Devon will be hosting a private collection of gowns, drawings and memorabilia by the late Sir Norman Hartnell KCVO, dress designer to Her Majesty the Queen, at The Guildhall in Exeter.
Sir Norman Hartnell was pre-eminent during the 40’s and 50’s dressing such stars as Vivien Leigh, Gertrude Lawrence, Marlène Dietrich and Elizabeth Taylor.
Safia minney talks about how sustainable and fair fashion happens and why it needs to become the new norm: she’ll share her experience in setting up people tree, and working with po-zu and her book 'slave to fashion'. We are delighted to be hosting an intimate talk with Safia Minney MBE. Safia is a social entrepreneur, author, activist, founder of People Tree and Managing Director of Po-Zu.
She will be sharing her experience setting up the sustainable fashion power house People Tree. Safia will provide insight into how businesses can develop transparent supply chains, and will...
Shoppers across Exeter will be treated to a week of fabulous fashion and instore events as Style in Exeter returns for its third year from Tuesday 18th until Sunday 23th September. Hosted by InExeter, the event, which takes place across the whole city, is a celebration of Exeter’s diverse retail offering with many independent shops taking part alongside High Street brand names and department stores.
A wide range of retailers including Debenhams, All Saints, Frocks in Swingtime, John Lewis, Jojo Maman Bebe, Polkadot Gallery, The White Company, White Stuff and River Island will...