The Launch Party. Here’s how it went down.
So, turns out it’s not just our clothes that match – we also coordinate beverages. We had our very own MAN and CUB brew free flowing throughout the day. Honorary mums weren’t left out, treated to a glass of fizz on arrival and a complimentary massage or facial voucher from Kelsey Aliese Beauty. – it’s their day off after all.
The ultimate Master & Apprentice, Britain’s Got Talent’s Jack and Tim got the party started playing songs from their new album. Meanwhile, the play area was a hot spot; the ball pit in particular was comparable to the Wild West – every CUB for himself. Parents were too distracted by the dads nearby throwing their CUB’s around the Human Buzz Wire. Understandable, with a BMW i8 at stake for the best performance. Menagerie didn’t know what had hit them.
Order was restored over in the Barber Shop where MEN & CUBs who didn’t turn up in matching outfits could let their hair do the talking thanks to the guys from Form. Mums weren’t forgotten; don’t worry, we didn’t touch their hair, but they were queuing for MANCUB tattoos.
The pop-up shop was MANCUB’s first chance for people to cop a feel at the quality of our styles. We underestimated some MENS guns; we’ll have XXL tops in store soon.
Time for the main event – the fashion show. They warn you never to work with kids or animals. We did both. Let us tell you, the Away Stand on Derby Day was tame compared to that backstage dressing room – absolute pandemonium. The MANCUB models did us proud though, and gave it their Blue Steel on the catwalk. Cute doesn’t even come close.
World Cup Rugby winner Jason Robinson, and his son Noah, were our favourite pair. Check out the galley below and see if you agree..?
Enough from us, we’re exhausted. For those of you that didn’t make it, #BeMoreMANCUB and sign up to the MANCLUB Menoirs to be sure you don’t miss the next one.
Over and out.