Monday, 26 March 2012


Yesterday I went to Bicester Outlet in Oxfordshire and found this pop up shop, British Designers Collective. A collaboration between The British Fashion Council and Bicester Outlet Village. This is happening for the third year and you can find upcoming great English Designer such as Marios Schwab, Jonathan Saunders, Emma Cook, Peter Pilotti, Nicholas Kirkwood, Preen.... What this means is that Bicester Outlet Village certainly has become a credible shopping destination for fashion snobs. Just look at this fancy exterior with fake greenery and turquoise cherub!
To greet you at the entrance was this magnificent dog in porcelain and the funny painted rococo furniture! Inaugurative!
The whole interior was quirky, modern and done with class on a not too high budget. Impressive. A lovely shopping experience in this village which mainly host well known and high street brands from Mulberry, Prada and Jimmy Choo to Ted Baker, Jack Wills and Jigsaw etc. I bought nice bargain shoes at Clarks! A lot for my 14 year old son but found some awesome wedges for £34 for me! If you are into the big brands, here you get last seasons leftovers for nearly half the price! You can go by train from Marylebone Station in London or take a bus from Victoria or Marble Arch every morning (

And guess who was there but famous fashion blogger Susanna Lau (Stylebubble). In high trend pleated skirt and citric coloured Nike's!
Ted Baker is one of my high street favourites. They have done a nice job of there outlet shop! I got myself the citric yellow bag above for my weekend trips to London etc...
There are several places for a snack, lunch or dinner. Carluccio´s (Italian), Pret a Manger, Villandry and Jaime Olivers Fabulous Feasts. If you are lucky the weather is as nice as it was yesterday!

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