Regent Street Fashion Flaunt
Today Regent Street, London W1 launched Regent Street Style, a more accessible fashion show at www.regentstreetonline.com, inspiring people to flaunt their style on the street. With the capital enthralled by London Fashion Week, Regent Street is encouraging the public to get involved and to appear on their very own runway, the mile of style.
Photographs of fashionable Londoners on the street will showcase recent trends seen on Regent Street from brands such as Superdry, Austin Reed, Aquascutum and Jaeger and will appear in the Street Style Gallery. Anyone is invited to flaunt their style and appear in the gallery by uploading their picture to www.regentstreetonline.com with the chance to win £150 to spend on the new collection by Ted Baker. Just by voting for a favourite Street Style £100 to spend in Ted Baker is also up for grabs.
Regent Street shoppers have access to some of the best-known brands and flagship fashion stores in the world including the world’s largest Burberry store, COS, Banana Republic, Jaeger, Armani Exchange, Liberty, Hobbs, Russell & Bromley, Guess, Zara, and Hollister. Regent Street is the first street to launch a gift card scheme, a shopping app and guide.
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