Dedicated fashion comparison retail service

Online fashion bargain hunters now have access to a dedicated fashion comparison service that aims to make shopping for clothes easy, quick and suitable for any budget.

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Founded by three entrepreneurs from Nottingham, Style Compare  was set up to make online fashion shopping easy. By putting all of your favourite brands in one place, with a comparison tool at your fingertips, you can find the right item at the right price – hassle free.

Style Compare recently launched to enable a quick, comprehensive and trust-worthy price check of over 20,000 different items, is keen to offer the much needed service to the price conscious fashion buying public.

A model that has experienced huge success in the financial services sector, price comparison is yet to fully encompass the whole retail market, with fashion being one area in particular that has so far been weakly serviced by any comparison service.

“Stylecompare.co.uk makes it easy for people to find the right product at the right price” – says co-founder Jonny Challenger.

He continues – “It enables people to shop for their favourite brands from their favourite retailers, such as Laura Ashley, Urban Outfitters and Miss Selfridge to name just three, whilst knowing that they’re getting the best deal.”

With strong relationships with some of the fashion’s biggest retailers, Style Compare combines the familiarity of the high street with the convenience of online shopping – all guaranteed to be at the best price.

Additionally, a regular flow of discount codes makes Style Compare an essential online service for anyone looking for a stylish bargain.

Style Compare is the brainchild of Jonny Challenger, Jake Gibilaro, and John Nolan – all under the age of 30 and all sharing a joint frustration at the lack of comparison services for fashion conscious online shoppers.

Co-Founder Jake Gibilaro said. “If you’re looking for car insurance, a loan or even a toaster, you’re likely to be able to run a quick and reliable comparison. But if you want a maxi dress, trainers ,or a playsuit, you have to either hope you’re getting the best price or spend hours going back and forth between sites to find the best price. You may as well just go into town”.

The site was launched on 27th April 2009 and boasts over 20,000 products from 500 different labels and an increasing amount of big-name retailers.

Thread – Fashion without victim (BBC)

Thread is the online fashion magazine dedicated to bringing you the latest in eco-fabulous style.

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Ethical fashion is fashion that has been made, worn and passed on in a way that looks after people, animals and the environment. The clothes we feature in thread support this approach, making us essential viewing for fashion-conscious people who care about where their clothes come from. All clothes tick off at least one of these principles:

Made and traded sustainably – clothes and accessories where suppliers of raw materials receive a fair price and workers get a fair wage, with guaranteed rights. Ideally the trade brings new benefits to communities.

Made of sustainable materials – minimising the impact of fashion on the environment. Look out for clothes made from cool, organic cotton that are safer for farmers, garment workers and the environment, as they’re free from chemical pesticides and fertilisers. And clothes made from funky alternatives such as hemp and bamboo.

Recycled or vintage – keeping clothes out of landfill and cutting fabric waste in factories. Many of our clothes are classic vintage items and stylish one-off pieces made from recycled garments, factory off-cuts and remnants.

Ethical fashion is becoming cool in its own right, making the move from catwalk to high street, with a list of celebrity fans such as Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman, Brad Pitt, Leona Lewis and Leonardo di Caprio.

Thread shows you how to get the look you want in an eco-glam way through our unique mix of affordable fashion, exclusive videos, photo galleries and thought-provoking features.

There are so many ways you can get involved from shopping ethically on the high street and buying vintage or second hand to swapping clothes with friends and customising the clothes you already have. There are options to suit your style, your budget and your views. Click here to go there>>>

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T-shirt design for FIAT – wow

Design for FIAT: Limited edition Tshirt for FIAT during Sao Paulo fashion week

We found Mathieus Missiaens’ work by accident and his vision in fashion is refreshing, challenging, fun and impossible to convert to a commercially viable product, but who cares this is a man having fun with creative juices spilling over from his specialism which is shoes. We shall definitely see more of his work concept and shoe creations in further articles. Well done Mathieus.

If anyone has a view on his designs or even has some innovative new approach to t shirt design then email it to us and we will blog it.
You can see more of Mathieus Missiaens’ work at www.myspace.com/ndeurr“.

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