Exordium

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After the success of the last event ‘Prelusion’, MimosaLiFE is proud to announce the next in the series – ‘Exordium’.

 

The aim of Mimosa is to provide a promotional platform for local creatives, whether it be designers, models, photographers, musicians or dancers. The orchestrating of regular events allows us to showcase a range of unique talent. ‘Exordium’ will be a full runway show featuring luxury but affordable formalwear, knitwear, menswear, urban fashion and bridal wear from six of Scotland’s up and coming designers – Hardwear, Naromode, Nutmeg Couture/Bridal, Di Gilpin, Arsalan & Jonathan Gardner Creations.

As head of PR Mhairi Harris explains, there is a need for more accessible and approachable fashion shows in the Glasgow area.

 

Traditionally, shows can appear to be daunting, however, this intimate location allows for the audience to see, breath and almost ‘touch’ the fashion.

It is also extremely exciting to have an event like this relatively early on into a society’s founding. The society has always strived not to disappoint and finally to get people talking about local fashion again.”

The night will begin with our signature complimentary Mimosa champagne drinks reception, followed by the runway show and performances from local musicians, then the party will continue into the early morning with a DJ set from Sanctuary resident Grantos. It is the perfect opportunity to experience fashion first hand and to network with local creatives. If the success of our last event is anything to go by, Exordium promises to be very special indeed.

 

The event will be held at The Sanctuary, in Glasgow’s fashionable West End, on the 30th of January at 8.30pm.

 

Proceeds will be donated to the Scottish Spina Bifida Association, a charity which has had the continued support of MimosaLiFE.

 

Tickets can be obtained at the pre-party on Tuesday 28th January at the Black Rabbit (Great Western Road, Glasgow) or by contacting Mhairi Harris on 07825 872427. Additionally, there will be PR teams outside the University Library on Monday 27th for more information and ticket sales.

 

We hope to see you there.

 

XOM

 

 

 

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The Devil Is In The Details [Oeuvre]

Arguably, for many individuals fashion accessories – bags, jewelry, belts e.t.c are often an afterthought. However, the citizens in the Greater Glasgow Area that we came across in our travels make a strong case for accessories being the ultimate fashion statement. We came across an array of different pieces – tribal, elegant, eccentric and alternative which enhanced their outfits and style on that day. Enjoy, Share and Be Inspired!

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow. Photographed By Lucy Shardalow

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow. Photographed by Lucy Shardalow

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow. Photographed By Lucy Shardalow

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow. Photographed By Lucy Shardalow

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow. Photographed by Lucy Shardalow

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow. Photographed By Lucy Shardalow

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow. Photographed by Lucy Shardalow

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow. Photographed By Lucy Shardalow

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow. Photographed by Lucy Shardalow

On Kersland Street, Glasgow. Photographed by Michael Raymond

On Kersland Street, Glasgow. Photographed by Michael Raymond

Genesis – Inspiration Has No Destination [Oeuvre]

On Wednesday the 13th of September 2012 ,’Oeuvre’ – the guerrilla style street fashion initiative of Mimosa was born. The muses of this project were university students from the Greater Glasgow Area, they proved that style and chic are one of the ultimate forms of expression. These individuals displayed a great sense of colour, taste in couture and an overall representation of their respective personas. Enjoy,’Oeuvre’ coming to an avenue, boulevard or street near you.

On University Avenue, University of Glasgow [Photographed by Lucy Shardalow]

At East Quadrangle, University of Glasgow [Photographed by Lucy Shardalow]

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow [Photographed by Lucy Shardalow]

East Quadrangle, University of Glasgow [Photographed by Lucy Shardalow]

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow [Photographed By Lucy Shardalow]

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow [Photographed By Lucy Shardalow]

East Quadrangle, University of Glasgow [Photographed by Lucy Shardalow]

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow [Photographed By Lucy Shardalow]

At Bute Hall, University of Glasgow [Photographed by Lucy Shardalow]