Scot Street Stylin'

February 05, 2015

Thank you so much to everyone who managed to make it last Saturday to #tg6 & the official launch of Scot Street Style #ONWARD Book. While we may go down in history as the first book launch without the actual presence of a book, we want to thank you all for coming along, being so understanding and making it such a special night. For a project that has been so intensely personal and creatively rewarding, it w as wonderful for people to come from all over to celebrate together. 

Photo by Peter McNally

This week we'll be hand delivering  the books to their pickup points across Scotland including ourselves in Edinburgh, wee rebel in Glasgow and  Hard Grind in Dundee. We will announce on our Facebook Page once they have arrived at their final destination. Worried you can't make it there? Don't worry, we'll post it out to you. By hook or by crook your book and rewards will be with you with you shortly.

It was a night full of bright colours and big personalities in the big city as everyone dressed to impress. One of our favourite parts of any Gathering is watching all the photos unfold from the night. Everyone looked fantastic but these were our favourite menswear looks of the night, captured by Simon Murphy in his pop up studio. 

Richard Murphy, Main Bro, The Brotique 

Alan Moore, Designer, Ten30

Craig McGinley, Actor/Model

Richard Davies, Owner, Abandon Ship Apparel

Rhys Hamilton, Tobacconist T.H Dalling

Mark 'Supermark' Wilson, Graphic Designer

We would again like to thank each and every one of you who attended, pledged or even retweeted. Thank you for being so inspiring, without you all there would be no book. We can't wait to see each of your smiling selfies as soon as the book gets to you, but until then, we continue #ONWARD!

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