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‘How did I get here?’ is a series of interviews with creative professionals. This month we’re talking to Robyn Lythe, a Bristol fashion designer who started her own lycra party wear brand ‘Burnt...

  The Clothes Show is returning to the NEC Birmingham from 4-8th December 2015. With over 350 leading fashion and beauty brands, non-stop catwalk shows, makeovers, manicures, beauty demonstrations...

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How resilient Shop Dutty won’t be closed down by a threatening rebrand. Dutty was founded in 2003 by Louisa initially as a club night, opening soon after as a small shop in St. Nick’s market selling...

We present to you the WestWorld team’s personal picks from 2014. From music to art we’ve covered all the bases. Don’t agree with some of our selections? Let us know what you would have...

It’s 5 o clock and it’s dark. I can hear rain splattering against the window and there’s a bitterly cold draft sweeping the house. Winter is well and truly on its way and this year I’ve got to...

Crisp breeze blowing, leaves crunching – it’s that time of year again, when woolly scarves and heavy knit jumpers are making a comeback. We’ve rounded up some autumnal inspiration from our stylish...

Fix Up Look Sharp’s launch night at Hamilton House was a perfect display of both their unique products and the amazing work that they do. The up-cycling brand turns old garments into fashionable products...

In the first of a new series of interviews with creative professionals we talk to Joh Rindom and Louisa Jones, the ladies behind Shop Dutty in Stokes Croft, about how they got into their lines of work....

One of the first things most people fall in love with in Bristol is the quirky, unique local shops situated absolutely everywhere you look. Although Bristol has a great high street and Cabot Circus as...

A more ‘beauty’ related post from our fashion columnist Hannah today, but something very relevant. If you’ve also ditched the slap for Cancer Research we’d love you to send us a...