Hey little lovelies!!
Sorry I haven’t posted a blog in a while! I event blog as a hobby in my free time so I’ve been busy concentrating on live projects at the moments!! I heart Events management T-shirt 😉 😀 For more regular updates please find and follow me on Facebook – Dream to Inspire.
I’ve been helping the team behind Metropolitan Fashion show! We are currently organising a number of events! Yay! I help behind the scenes for a photo shoot for Christine Watson – the Winner from Edinburgh Metropolitan Fashion Show: Designers talent 2014. Here’s a sneak peak at the photo-shoot! I loved helping out!
I have been such a busy bee with organising the Edinburgh Bloggers first gathering!! Edinburgh Bloggers was founded by me, Farah from FazFashion and Emily from FranklyMsShankly. Our aim to bring together all the different styles of bloggers based in Edinburgh. Edinburgh Bloggers hope to create a community for bloggers so we can keep up to date on the latest events, fashion shows and gathering to network together YAY! Blogger friends! Already there are 30 members!! WOW!
I have had such an exciting week last week attending events for the Edinburgh International Fashion Festival. The festival schedule was a full packed week of activities!
During one of my days off I went to visit a few exhibitions with the Edinburgh International Fashion Festival. The first one I went along to was at the National Museum of Scotland. I love this museum reminds me of where we use to spend our high school free period. I went to see the exhibition space for ‘The Accidental Fold by Saskia de Brauw’. I never got the chance to attend the talk by Saskia but according to a friend that attended she quoted ‘I was left inspired!’ Saskia’s pieces were extremely interesting! Very unique and definitely can not be recreated without Saskia’s imagination.
I went to visit the Danish Culture Institute for the Tableau Noir. A sculpture of a room made out of Scottish Harris tweed. I found it difficult to find the Danish Culture Institute as it was between Victorian houses. The door was closed so I didn’t expect an exhibition in the location but noticed a little sign that had the Tableau Noir poster which I recognised from the EIFF website.
After visiting the Tableau Noir piece I went along to Gayfield Creative space which held 3 of the Edinburgh International Fashion Festival programmes; Sam (South African Market): Pop-up Design Market and Exhibition, This is Happening Now and Photopia by David McLean.
After a long day of visiting exhibitions I had to rush home to get ready for the CRAVE presents Racy fashion show at a secret venue 😉 watch out for my next blog post for an exclusive insight to one of the most talked about shows during the Edinburgh International Fashion Festival.
Unfortunately I couldn’t make it to the Menswear Salon Show which even had an appearance from the Duchess of Cornwell Camilla.
Dream to inspire ❤ ❤