Sunday, 12 October 2014

Dr.Martens #STANDFORSOMETHING Competition

Tell us what you stand for and win a pair of classic 1460s 

Here at Life in a Fine City we just love the classic iconic look of Dr Martens and when we were asked to run a competition for one of you guys to win a pair of the 1460 boots obviously we jumped at the chance.

The Dr.Martens #STANDFORSOMETHING campaign celebrates the characters who wear Dr Martens, bringing their own unique style and influences. Individuals featured in the campaign include Lauren Gregory our local landlady from The Birdcage and The Garnet! 

To show you what to do we had to get in front of the camera (not our favourite thing but we want you to get it right!) So below is what we stand for "life in our fine city" The Lanes, the scenery all of it we just bloody love it here!! 

So what do you have to do? Firstly decide what you stand for? It could be deep profound or it could be something silly and fun... Make a sign (or add it digitally) with #ISTANDFOR(your answer here) and then get out then and get snapping! When you are happy with your photo email it to us lifeinafinecity@gmail.com and like us on one our social media sites(links to the side) it's as simple as that! 



The competition will end November 2nd

Photos by Andy Hart


Amber and Ruth


T's and C's

I acknowledge that by entering this competition I grant Airwair Int Ltd usage of the photographs subject to the following conditions:
·         I understand that the photographs can be used wholly or in part in any publication (commercial or otherwise), portfolio or public display.
·         The photographs may be used to represent an imaginary person and any wording associated will not be attributed to me unless my name is specifically mentioned

To mark the launch of the campaign, the models feature in a series of videos which can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGe6oh7p-bn8w08LIXhw-C0O9pXqfRE2k








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