WE’RE GOING ON TOUR!

October 5, 2012
WE'RE GOING ON TOUR

Ready yourself, world, because we’re about to leave the office and we’re headed your way. A crack team of photographers and Urban people are hopping on trains around Europe and visiting some of the coolest cities, to come and meet people, see things and do stuff. Sound good? It gets better! We want you to tell us what we should do while we’re there! If you’re based in Antwerp, Nurnberg, Berlin, Copenhagen or Stockholm and you know of something brilliant we just have to do while we’re there, leave us a comment and tell us. If we have the time and the means, we’ll try to fit it in and tell the world it was your idea. We’ll be visiting our stores in the cities and hoping to pap some of our hippest customers to put them on the blog, as well as snapping our way around the place, capturing the best bits (and the weirdest bits). We’re calling it The ‘Urban on Tour’ Tour (nothing quite like a snappy title) and we want you to join in. Tweet us your #URBANONTOUR suggestions or comment under any of our tour blog posts to put your ideas forward. And find out where we are at any given time by following us on Facebook at Urban Outfitters Europe, Instagram @uoeruope or on email by clicking here. Now, it’s time to meet the team!

Will: Filmmaker

WE'RE GOING ON TOUR!

What’s your favourite food?
Shepherds pie (obviously).

What word do you hate?
LOL (somehow this has become a verb; can everyone please just STOP IT!)

What do you sing in the shower?
Songs about fear of losing, or never even having in the first place, that kind of thing.

Will, also: Photographer

WE'RE GOING ON TOUR

What’s your favourite food?
Pancakes and jam.

What word do you hate?
Wonderment.

What do you sing in the shower?
D’angelo baby!! But sometimes Sam Cooke too. Its a soulful time.

Emma: Freeloader/General Hanger-On

WE'RE GOING ON TOUR!

What’s your favourite food?
Burgers, always.

What word do you hate?
Moist.

What do you sing in the shower?
It’s a song from Showboat. It’s too high and too low for me and I can’t really sing.