Friday, 11 October 2013

STYLE ETC AUTUMN 2013 ISSUE MANCHESTER EVENT

Good morning!
It's pretty clear we have to surrender to the big truth: summer has gone, autumn is in, so it's time to move on from maxi dresses and sunglasses and time to say hello to coats and boots.

I don't know you, but I adore flipping through magazines looking for new trends and ideas, that's why I was more than happy to be invited, as official blogger for Manchester Fashion Week, to the release event of the Autumn issue of STYLEetc magazine.



STYLEetc is a free press magazine published 4 times a year, distributed around Manchester city centre, south Manchester and parts of Cheshire.


It was a pleasure to meet Gemma, the managing editor and Ellie, the art director and to talk with them about this last issue.



First of all be ready to some big names, with interviews to Francesca Burns (British Vogue Fashion Editor) and Paula Reed (Harvey Nichols Fashion Director) .

I loved the fashion editorial from Gemma, with lots of printed dress and fake fur jackets (put the green topshop one on my list please).

I could tell you more about the beauty feature, the fantastic online shops discovered by Dima but I would probably spoiled all the contents!



If you cannot get hold of the magazine you can always have a look online HERE where you can subscribe to get a digital version; great isn't it?

Now I'd like to spend a few words about the venue of the party: it was just freaking amazing!
I am talking of the All Star Lanes bowling in Deansgate, Manchester.




I had never been before despite reading good reviews about it but I will definitely go back.
We were in the Jungle room, which is basically a private room with our privet bowling lanes, isn't it fantastic?
I'd love to celebrate my birthday there, maybe asking guests to dress up in 50' style!

Thank you so much for to all the STYLEetc for having me, to Manchester Fashion Week for the opportunity, cannot wait for the next issue!
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