Touching down near you are these new watches from Pulsar UllllSng technology developed In 1970 by NASA, there are four watches in the group: Blow, Drop, Robo and Volcano. The watches are pnted from £49.99 to £99.95 and are available from Harlequin lli Glasgow.
Developed In assocnatlon with The Glasgow Collection as a part of Glasgow 1999 UK City of Architecture and Design, this (hair won the ’Best of Show’ award at London’s 100% Design show In September for WI“ White and Katarlna Barac at One Foot Taller Using rotatonal moulded polyethylene, the chair Is suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Available from Nicehouse Ltd, The Italian Centre Courtyard, Ingram Street, Glasgow. Phone 0141 553 1377 for further details. Chasm retails at £65.00.
Cut from the latest cloth Is the brand new menswear label to hll the UK - US Roads. After welcoming designer Guido Pellegnnl Into their folds, the label is released Hi the UK this month Expect to find US workwear Influenced clothes and accessories \Vllll a minimalistic feel. Relying on design and quality rather than jllSI brash hype, the range can be found at Seven Clothing 7 Wilson Street, Merchant City Glasgow. Phone 0141 4001220 for more Information or 0171 602 1624 for stockists Information,
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The column that shops around for fashion news
The Arthouse, a newly opened gallery in Glasgow, has a shopping evening on Fri 6 Nov from 5—9pm. As this is their first Christmas shopping night, everyone will be offered a 10% discount. Most pieces in the shop are one-offs and you can select from a range of made to order furniture, screens, cushions, mirrors, glasswear and ceramics, clocks, jewellery and handmade cards and paintings. A pair of cabinets made by Noel Nardini will set you back a cool £1,800, while a handmade card is a more reasonable £1.40. Most impressive of all is that the shop only features Scottish designers, some full time, others just starting out, and they are always looking for new designers. Anyone interested should contact Susan Frew at The Arthouse Gallery, Unit 10, King's Court (bottom of King's Street), Glasgow, 0141 552 1154.
Listen up all you snow and surf addicts! The Sidewalk Surfer and White Lines Film Tour hits the road this fortnight and will be going nationwide. Featured will be extracts from this season’s hottest releases and a full length preview of the new film from Dope called Life Support. As well as the suberb death- defying visuals, every date on the tour will feature a grand prize draw to win goodies from Burton Snowboards, Etnies, X- Treme Video, Dope, Sidewalk Surfer and White Lines Magazine. Folks in Edinburgh can see the film at The Cameo, Wed 18 Nov at 6.30pm; tickets are £3 and available from Boardwise and Players. Those in Glasgow can see it at The Grosvenor on Thu 19 Nov at 6pm. Tickets are £3 and available from Concrete and Clan. StyleList will feature a Snow Special next issue, essential reading for the winter months. Be sure to look out for it.
Jigsaw For Men are throwing a party on Thu 26 Nov, with The List and V2 as the proud sponsors. If it is anything like their launch in October, it will be one of the best bashes of the year. Something to do with the free bar, perhaps? Tickets are available by invitation only, so start schmoozing and bribing your way in now. If all else fails, The List is running a competition in this issue to give away some of the precious tickets. See competitions, page 128. More details of the party next issue.
The Yo-yos featured last lissue were Bandai's Yomega X-Brain.
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