Friday, 27 April 2012

Shop Religion in Seibu

If you’ve been to Hong Kong, then you’ll surely have visited Langham Place, home to Hong Kong’s coolest department store, Seibu. Seibu is the best place in HK to buy international, luxury fashion brands and has been a home to Religion for a good few years. Installing a platform dedicated to Religion for Spring Summer 2012, shoppers can get an eyeful of our menswear and womenswear range including accessories. Other brands on offer there include Calvin Klein, Paul Smith, Diesel and Kenzo. Take a look:

You can find Siebu in Langham Place,  8 Argyle Street, Mongkok, Kowloon or check the website here 

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Lonsdale Boys Club Wearing Religion

Lonsdale Boys Club (who we interviewed earlier this year) have brought out a new video featuring all their fans - the Hooligans and Hulagirls.The filming of this video looks super fun and included fans from all over  Look out for Charlie the LBC lead singer wearing two Religion jackets...

Friday, 20 April 2012

How to Win £150 to spend at Religion...

There are just under two weeks left to enter our competition with Ebay's Style Collective. If you want to win £150 to spend at the Religion Ebay store , read on for the deets.

Celebrity fashion favourite Religion is now available at eBay Fashion, and to celebrate we’re giving away a £150 shopping spree at the Religion eBay store.

Religion is inspired by lyrical quotes, musical muses and British heritage, so for your chance to win, send us your all time favourite summer tune. It can be a track you heard on holiday or simply a song that gets you in the mood for sunshine.

Email your answer and name to with ‘Religion’ in the subject line before 12pm on Wednesday 2nd May. The winner will be announced on Friday 4th May on the eBay Style Collective blog - so keep your eyes peeled.

Click here for the small print.

Thursday, 12 April 2012

We Are Recruiting!

Interested in working for Religion or know someone who might be? We've got an opportunity for a Concession Manager in our brand new House of Fraser concession in Glasgow. Read on to find out more...

CONCESSION MANAGER – House of Fraser, Glasgow
Womenswear Concession
Religion is a design led British fashion brand for Men and Women. Religion is devoted to the pursuit of individual style; lyrical quotes, musical muses and British heritage has always been a heavy influence behind every collection.
We are currently looking for an experienced Concession Manager with a strong women’s fashion retail background to join our brand new concession in House Of Fraser Glasgow. 
 Working for Religion is both rewarding and inspiring – We are looking for someone who can:
·         Lead and motivate a team to achieve targets,
·         Deliver an exceptional level of customer service,
·         Represent the brand both professionally and visually by having a natural sense of individual style.

Experience in Rota management, stock control, Sale preparations, HR admin and stock taking is preferred.    

If you believe you have what it takes to become a part of the team please contact:

Christian Scott
Area Manager
Religion Retail Ltd
17-18 Clere St
London EC2A 4LJ

Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Style Crush Alert: Bip Ling

If you've picked up a fashion magazine in the past year, chances are you will have seen snaps of Bip Ling. She DJ's, blogs, models, sells art, and generally exudes star quality... and how could she not when that's her actual name!  Bip's style is cutesy kitsch-come-rockstar and we are crushing on her style big time.
Bip's blog shows off her style in 'Bathroom looks of the day', and Religion has featured twice this week...

Monday, 9 April 2012

Bank Holiday Monday Madness...

So after all that chocolate and gorging on food, I'm pretty sure you'll all need a drink. Plus Bank Holidays are made to be spent down the pub drinking one too many beers.

The White Horse Pub in Parson's Green has gone one better and has a Beer Festival! Open from 9.30am in the morning (that's right, beer for breakfast, or hair of the dog depending on how you spent your Sunday!) Plus it's free entry so good for your wallet...until the drinking commences!

You'll find over 50 brews from large and small family, regional and microbrewers alike will feature in the White Horse’s festival line-up – with such names as Redemption, Darkstar, Summer Wine, Otley, Hammerpot, Downton and Magic Rock all being represented, brews from some of which for the first time ever at the White Horse.

Weather permitting the ever-popular BBQ will be fired up. Check out their
website to see the venue.

Contact for more information and to book a place.

Have fun, and behave!

Sunday, 8 April 2012

A Chocolate Adventure...

If you're not already sick of chocolate from stuffing your faces with your weight in Easter Eggs, why not discover some of the history behind chocolate and head to Kew Gardens to go on a Maya Adventure and find out about chocolate and its 3000 year old history...

Embark on an exciting Maya chocolate adventure this Easter. Magic, fun, yummy chocolate and 3000 years of history are waiting for you. Explore the interactive trail around the Gardens, then make something special to take home in chocolate making and craft workshops.

Collect crayon rubbings of all the Mayan symbols on the adventure trail to unlock the password. Along the way you will hear the story of ingredients the Maya used for a spicy chocolate drink.

On your journey explore the world famous Palm House, offer an origami flower to the sacred jaguar god in the Waterlily Pond, add your wish to the cacao wishing tree and make a mask, headdress or worry doll to take home. Get your face painted with an Easter design or a symbol you’ve discovered on your adventure.

Get a taste of Maya culture in chocolate making workshops, where you can try the drink the Maya invented and make your very own chocolate.

Entry costs £13.90 for Adults, £11.90 for Concessions, and all children under 17 go free!

So if you're about in West London, head to Richmond and spend the day at the beatiful Kew Gardens... which is where some of our designers took inspiration for our last collection!


Friday, 6 April 2012

Good Friday Fun!

The sun is shining, you've had a 4 day week and now you have a spare day. What are you going to do? Well if you are around the Shoreditch area, and have a spare few hours after popping into our Shoreditch store, why not go on the Shoreditch Street Art Trail for something a little bit more sophisticated than searching for Easter Eggs (save that for East Sunday!)

You can start anytime between 12-8, a team costs £16 but you can have teams of any amount of people so if you can round up 3 of your friends and it will cost the same as a Magners! Starting at 11 Hoxton Square, it's a 3 hour trail so perfect to fill the time between your pub lunch and your evening drink.

Here is a bit more about the Art Trail...

We’ve all seen it: weird, wacky, political, cute, funny and sometimes just plain rude. That’s street art. But you may be surprised by how much you’ve missed. We’ll help you find it with the HiddenCity Shoreditch Street Art trail. Take to the streets with your friends and see urban art in a different way: a trail of clues by text message.

HiddenCity is a mobile game that transforms a city into an experience. Sign up online, bring your mobile phone and a map and get ready to discover your city. Each clue takes you to a hidden location where you are challenged to search your surroundings to find the answer. Your goal is to complete all the clues and reach the final hidden cafe, pub or bar.

Ideal for groups of two to four people, HiddenCity is a social way to discover - or re-discover - your city. You can also play the game as a competitive event by entering multiple teams, contending against each other to be the fastest to complete a trail. After the event, you’ll be able to log on to the HiddenCity website to compare your scores.

From Banksy to Invader, Sweet Toof to Stik, the Shoreditch Street Art Trail is the ideal hunt for anyone who wants to see what street art is all about. You’ll encounter pieces in all shapes and sizes and we’ll tell you the artists behind the work. Not only will it make you think twice, you’ll also be left wondering how on earth it got there!

We’ve rated the difficulty of this trail as ‘easy-medium’.

You can play on any day of the week, starting any time between midday and 8pm. It takes about three hours to complete and includes breaks at two of our favourite bars.

So stop wasting your day, and get out into the sunshine and go on an Easter (art) hunt! Click here to get started!


Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Religion Press Recap - March 2012

From tropical shirts, to round sunnies, to a pooch in a collar: here's a recap of press coverage we've had over the past month...