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The Exchange SS17 Magazine Out Now

The Exchange SS17 Magazine Out Now

The Spring/Summer edition of The Exchange Magazine is out now and free to pick up in the centre. It's also available to read in the extended, fully interactive digital edition, which can be accessed via the website or downloaded to mobile devices with The Exchange Magazine app for Apple, Android & Kindle 

Over nearly 90 years, whilst The Exchange has been a constant presence at the heart of Nottingham shopping, the stores that make up the arcade have changed regularly, with each new arrival adding to the centre's appeal.

That evolution is something that continued this spring, following the opening in March of outdoor clothing brand Jack Wolkskin. The Exchange store is only the tenth in the UK for Wolfskin, arguably Europe's leading outerwear manufacturer, and follows other major names, including Dr Martens and Radley, who have chosen to open in The Exchange in recent years. It's an exciting new store for the centre and is a perfect complement to the existing retailers.

We'll be featuring Jack Wolfskin product in this issue's style pages, which as ever highlight all the latest fashions for the new season from across The Exchange's stores. To ensure you're fully cued up for the season, Nottingham fashion designer and stylist, Susi Henson, assesses the key trends for SS17 in this edition's Trend Setting. And this issue's floral-themed photoshoot is suitably spring-like and presents a bouquet of the best seasonal fashion from the centre's stores, to ensure you feel The Flower Power. 

These, along with the hottest beauty products, fashion accessories and inspiring gift ideas, mean there's sure to be something for everyone in The Exchange this spring.

Castle Fine Art have a deserved reputation for showcasing some of today's finest contemporary artists, and Richard Rowan is certainly worthy of that accolade. Recently making a visit to The Exchange to talk about his unique style of oil on glass painting, Richard's current collection, Aurora Borealis, truly captures the otherworldliness of this most spectacular of nature's wonders. To find out more about Richard and the collection, read the article to See the Lights.

 

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