The AW19 edition of The Magazine is out now, with the extended digital issue available online.
As ever, our style pages are packed with some of the best in AW19 fashion from the centre’s stores, and our regular contributor, Nottingham designer and stylist, Susi Henson, unpicks the season’s latest fashion tropes in this edition’s Trend Settings, ensuring, whatever the weather, you’ll be feeling funky and looking fabulous. Add to that an overview of some of the best accessories and gifts our stores have to offer, it’s no wonder The Exchange has remained one of the region’s premier shopping destinations for over 90 years.
This issue’s photoshoot further showcases a curated selection of the best fashion from The Exchange for the new season in AW19’s Exchange Edit.
We also spotlight three of the centre’s stalwart stores – Jack Wolfskin, Radley and Castle Fine Art – with profiles of their Autumn 19 highlights.
Another stalwart of both the arcade and this magazine, is regular drinks columnist, Chris Goodrum from Gauntleys. In this edition’s intriguingly titled article, Has Game of Thrones killed whisky?, he calls out those pesky marketing types who leap on any opportunity or ‘brand tie-in’ to persuade you to buy their product. Legitimate hype or outrageous hyperbole? Read the article to decide for yourself.
Finally, with the tinny tones of Oh, I Wish it could be Christmas (Everyday) already ubiquitous in every store, it can only mean one thing – Roy Wood’s bank balance just added several noughts. And, more pressingly, the big day itself is but two mince pies and an office party away!
Fret not. A visit to The Exchange is the perfect answer to all those Yuletide traumas. The centre’s stores are full of great gift ideas and inspiration, and the beautiful decorations and magnificent 50ft tree make the arcade a truly magical place throughout the festive season. Our Christmas in The Exchange feature gives just a flavour of the centre over the run-up to the big day, along with dates of live music performances and the all-important seasonal opening times. It’s also when we host our ever-popular Christmas Lights Event. To get details on this, along with other stories from around the centre, head to the News pages for the full SP.
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