Who says dressing for the everyday outdoors has to be dull and untrendy? Quilted jackets are staging a comeback this year combining improved feminine shapes with advanced weather protection so you can look stylish and sensible at the same time! If you dare to be different there are some brilliant bold colours around, but if you prefer to blend into the scenery there are plenty of traditional shades too. And with the kind of summer we are having so far, they could come in very useful! The Indica vidar tech down jacket from TOG24 is a high quality performance...Read More
Author: Karen Sargeant
Spring is here and with it come dreams of sunshine, fresh air and… your favourite horses? A recent online survey by www.EclipseMagazine.co.uk found that one of the things owners and riders love most about horses is their smell! Fragrances associated with our equine friends included fresh-cut grass, leather saddle-soap and the scent of the warm horse itself. Also popular were the smells of haylage, sugarbeet and minty herbal treats for horses. When this information was shared with Scent in Style, an independent British perfumier based in Cheshire, the challenge was raised to create a perfume that encapsulated the classic...Read More
A student has scooped top prize in a prestigious annual British competition with his fashion designs for men. Joshua Swinnerton (who goes by the name Jos), a final year student on Derby’s BA (Hons) Fashion Studies degree course, won the ‘Young Designer of the Year’ award at the annual St Andrews Charity Fashion Show, the finals of which were held at St Andrews University in Scotland on Saturday 15 February. His fellow Derby Fashion Studies’ student Lyndsay Hazlewood, 22, was also one of just five finalists shortlisted, from hundreds of original entries. All the young designers’ collections were based...Read More
The raceday at Uttoxeter on 29th November 2012 featured a total of six races, with the first race setting off at 12:45pm. However, not only were there the races to enjoy, but also Uttoxeter kicked-started the festive spirit with a Christmas market. There were a dozen stalls, mainly handcrafted, such as jewellery, not to forget the delicious food such as Christmas cakes and fudge, which were all beautifully designed. As well as the races and festivities going on, campaigners for Breast Cancer Awareness were there, promoting their charity which was all for a good cause. Report and photos by...Read More
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