Tag Archives: bristol shop

Bristol Staircase Gallery

  • Posted by howies
  • 5 March 2010

 

Artist, Samantha Gilraine came in yesterday to refresh our Staircase Gallery in the Bristol shop.

Samantha is a Bristol based artist and photographer who merges traditional painting and digital photography.

"My aim when creating artwork is not to just recreate what a landscape looks like, but the real experience and feeling of being within a landscape. "

Pop by to see Samantha's work over the next few weeks.

We also have a selection of greetings cards on sale of  Samantha's work if you would like to take a smaller version home with you.

Wee Do, Noel Sweeney

  • Posted by howies
  • 26 February 2010

Local beer is being kindly provided by our mates at Bristol Beer Factory.

There are still some tickets left. You can reserve tickets through the Bristol shop via email or giving us a ring.

The shop will be open all evening for the event so you will get a chance to try out the new spring season range which has just come in.

Bristols on fire, heads up to project 5

  • Posted by tim
  • 22 September 2009

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great edit about a local scene and stolen from streetphires site.

howies stores get Super Nice treatment

  • Posted by aron
  • 14 September 2009

If you get the chance to stroll down Queens Road in Bristol or Carnaby Street, London it'll be worth checking out the newly updated howies stores. We've been frantically sawing, painting and installing the new window displays as well as in-store graphics (we even had the ever talented David Sparshott in to do some big scale illustration). And, of course, the new Autumn clothing range is in too. So go check em out and let us know what you think.

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Wee Do - Bristol Beer Factory

  • Posted by howies
  • 5 August 2009

Old Faithfuls

  • Posted by howies
  • 21 February 2009

Sometimes, the longer you have something, the better it gets. 

-Cheese

-Red Wine

-Slippers

-Best Friend

I met a nice chap called Andy this week. He builds things, rides a lot and does loads of stuff outdoors.    He's been wearing his Kaizens every day for 6 months. He has a real passion for denim and loves the light creases and wear marks he has created over time. He hasn't washed them yet and is determined not to.     His jeans show a bit of his story and it ain't nearly finished yet!

He also has a top tip for stopping any odour- put 'em in the freezer overnight, he swears it does the trick!

If anyone out there has some old howies jeans which tell a story, let us know- washed out, torn, stained, send us a photo and we'll start a scrap book!

Bristol shindig

  • Posted by pete
  • 20 February 2009

Here's a little montage from last night's Bristol shop launch party.

There are some sore heads around here today
(and a bit of dried up sick on Alison's shoe).

Eurgh... 

 

bristol nights

  • Posted by ade
  • 19 February 2009

the shops are changing for spring.

in bristol tonight teri, alison, nick and two of teri's friends Jamie and John are working on the creative stuff.

anna, matt, barney, david, ed are doing the clothes.

i am on vacuming.

today we launch

 

We are officially launching the Bristol Shop tomorrow, the Spring range is in store and our new 2019 window is up. From 10-8 we will be there. All day we'll be playing DVDs and from 6-8 music will be blaring out of Nicks speakers upstairs where there will be some very fine Welsh ale available.

A large contingent of the Cardigan staff will be there, so get ready for some early evening dance moves and welsh language banter, we will of course be bringing an interpreter with us.

There will be prize draw running to win a "Hand Me Down" bag that you can enter too. Thanks to Shiners of Bristol we'll have some great skate DVDs to watch including the new Alien Workshop offering "Mindfield" and also the latest Thrasher release. Paul's bringing some great surf stuff to watch too and they'll be some MTB clips too.

See you there

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