Shapes of Things is a Glasgow based fashion brand creating Innovative, gender-neutral clothing and accessories for little kids and big kids, inspired by the structure of geometry and the universal language of shapes and colour. This week, the Scottish designer has launched a new crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to fund their stunning new collection, with rewards ranging from t-shirts and backpacks to tours of Scotland, fashion photoshoot experiences and screen printing workshops.
From the range of fun new pieces, Shapes of Things invited me to choose one for myself, so I went for the simple tote bag because totes are one item in my wardrobe that I use every single day and couldn’t live without. At Sunday’s Herald Fashion Awards, where we were both nominated for awards, the brand’s founder Jamie Bruski Tetsill kindly gave me two of these fab little bags so that I can give one away to you!
To enter this giveaway and get your hands on your own piece of the new collection, simply pick your entries with the Gleam form below. You can follow Urbanity on Twitter and Instagram, Tweet about the giveaway, share the competition on Facebook, and comment on this blog post with the design that you’d prefer to win; it’s up to you! Good luck, and be sure to check out the Shapes of Things crowdfunding campaign at the bottom of the page too!
Enter the giveaway now by following this link: https://gleam.io/qqzUt/shapes-of-things-tote-bag-giveaway
Ruth @ Urbanity xxx