Saturday, 16 October 2010

Pret a Rouler

I don't know how it happened, Kristian H persuaded me I guess, but I ended up in an all tweed outfit and modelling in some hipster fashion show.
The Tweed outfit I wore, which included a silk scarf, plus 4's, shirt, flat cap, tweed waistcoat. the tweed wasn't Harris as @tarmacchaser pointed out but it did have reflective strands woven into it. pretty smart cycling tweed. But I look shit in the pictures, the boots make me look like I have some chunky thighs and no tan.
http://www.bicycleimages.com/ images are here  - search Pret and loads of stuff comes up


my other outfit was by Finesterre. Wore well, looked nice and made from British Merino Wool. Clever.



This girls properly worked it, not sure the outfit is that great for cycling. High fashion

And Kristian just looked like erm a Rapha man

6 comments:

  1. Think you're being way too hard on yourself tbh. Looks fine to me.

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  2. wish you had a name anonymous

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  3. I have a name, just too shy for my own good sometimes :)

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  4. Velorution has been alerted that a cycle fashion show is to be staged on 14th October 2010 at the Barbican in London, billed as "Pret a Rouler"

    Velorution, as the organiser of the first cycle fashion show staged in London called Pret a Rouler owns the trademark "Pret a rouler" and has NOT AUTHORISED other people to stage similar shows with the Pret a Rouler name.

    Legal Demands
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    I hereby demand that:

    1. the organisers of the show cease and desist from calling their planned show and any future cycle-fashion shows "Pret a Rouler" or any other name that can be confused with it;

    2. the organisers of the show cease and desist from using the website pretarouler.co.uk to advertise and promote fashion cycle shows;

    3. the organisers of the show write to Velorution, copying everyone in the to: box above, a letter of apology for wilfully using the Pret a Rouler trademark without authorisation;

    4. any organisation involved in staging and promoting the event on 14.10.10, and any other cycle fashion shows, from using the name Pret a Rouler in any promotional media, printed or online;

    5. any individual, company or organisation showcasing their products or services at the above show from referring to and promoting the event as the Pret a Rouler show;

    6 any media organisation or individual who has called the above event Pret a Rouler, to write a correction, stating that Velorution was the organiser of the original Pret a Rouler event and has not licensed any other organisation to stage similar events with the name Pret a Rouler.

    If you do meet the terms and conditions set forth above, Velorution will take legal action against you for damages.

    Please acknowledge your receipt of this correspondence and your intent to comply with this demand by reply email.

    Regards,

    Andrea Casalotti
    Velorution
    18 Great Titchfield St
    London W1W 8BD

    www.velorution.biz

    020 7637 4004

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  5. If a trademark has been infringed then it's only right that you go for the show's organisers BUT how do you think you come across by putting this on the blog of one of the models?

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  6. Fair point made above by the chap with no name. Go to the event's website or something. I guess you didn't read my post properly. If you read it again you'll see I'm not the organiser. Bonjour

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