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Vibrant vintage at Brass Neck City, A Celebration of Glasgow Style

By on November 5, 2014

A free fashion show at the Hillhead Bookclub on Thursday, November 20 will unite popular second-hand and independent shops in Brass Neck City, A Celebration of Glasgow Style.

Organisers Betty & Bee are presenting a new spin on the vintage fashion show as Brass Neck City pushes aside the usual ‘era formula’ and instead looks towards the emerging and staple styles Glasgow has become known for.

The city ‘looks’ that will be celebrated are Vintage Lovers, Art School Chic, Yas, West End Wendys, Hipster and The Ned. And the retailers showcasing their style will be Granny Would be Proud, We Love to Boogie, Vintage Guru, Glasgow Vintage Co, Minted and City Retro.

Set on introducing guests to Glasgow favourites and a few top-rated newcomers, Brass Neck City aims to help people step out of the high street, discover their local boutiques and understand how easy it is to shop local and sustainably at the same time.

Paul McVey of the Hillhead Bookclub said: “Bookclub has always been inspired by the stylish heart of Glasgow and the unique character of The West End. Innovative, bold and at times gallus, Glaswegians are admired the world over and a burgeoning creative and fashion scene is blossoming in the city – we can’t wait to see what Brass Neck City will bring.”

Customers can still reserve their table although seating will be limited for show time so do call Hillhead Bookclub on 0141 576 1700 for reservations or for more information.

* Hillhead Bookclub, 17 Vinicombe St, G12 8B on November 20 @ 8pm. Hosted by Betty and Bee with models from Superior Model Management and Hair and Make Up by The Academy of Make Up. #BrassNeckCity

* Main pic: Andy Bell for Minted



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