The Merchant City Festival returned to Glasgow last week from 24-28th July for 5 days filled with street art, music, dance, theatre, design, heritage, film, visual art, comedy, food, drink and much more.
As part of the festival celebrations Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway brought their award-winning Vintage, UK’s Best New Festival as voted for in the 2010 Festival Awards to the city on Saturday and Sunday.
Over the two days and nights, Vintage Glasgow at the Old Fruitmarket was dressed like you have never seen it before, transformed into a playground where, over 13 hours each day, young and old could learn the dances of the decades, take part in workshops, take in live performances, boogie along to the tunes of DJs, enjoy exclusive catwalk shows, receive specific make-over’s, sample vintage food and cocktails, shop at one of Scotland’s most exciting vintage marketplaces, and get style hunted as Vintage Glasgow called out for young and old to glam up!
Cruise, as always were offering unrivalled personal customer service in both the mainline and premium stores throughout the weekend. Customers enjoyed complimentary drinks, music and the best fashion advice for a suitably stylish weekend.