4 episodes

Described by the Daily Telegraph as ‘the perfect place for a day trip’, Barnes is a brilliant place to explore. Whether you want to be artsy, active, enjoy our beautiful green spaces and river walks, or simply mooch around our great boutiques, food shops, restaurants and pubs, Barnes has got a lot to offer. Here we talk to the people behind the businesses that make Barnes buzz.

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    • Business

Described by the Daily Telegraph as ‘the perfect place for a day trip’, Barnes is a brilliant place to explore. Whether you want to be artsy, active, enjoy our beautiful green spaces and river walks, or simply mooch around our great boutiques, food shops, restaurants and pubs, Barnes has got a lot to offer. Here we talk to the people behind the businesses that make Barnes buzz.

    Sam Cullis, director of Barnes Film Festival

    Sam Cullis, director of Barnes Film Festival

    We talked to Sam Cullis, director the Barnes Film Festival. Sam is the dynamo behind making the BFF happen. He talks about the people, the places and the potential of BFF 2019. Celebrating the next generation of filmmakers. https://www.barnesfilmfestival.com/

    • 26 min
    Marco Tripoli

    Marco Tripoli

    We talked to Marco Tripoli from Marco Tripoli boutique all about his business in Barnes. Marco Tripoli came to London in 1995 to complete his studies in marketing and public relations. He decided to stay and follow his dream of becoming a fashion designer. Starting as a shop floor sales assistant at Harvey Nichols and moving onto retail management and distribution. Marco has worked with some of the biggest names in fashion.
    Marco studied at London College of Fashion and the world renowned Central Saint Martins.
    Marco Tripoli London was his solo project founded in 2011. Marco Tripoli London is going from strength to strength with a small boutique tucked away in Barnes, South West London.

    “Fashion has always been my passion. Clothes always surrounded me since I was a child, as my mother was a professional dressmaker. When I wasn’t observing her work I would spend my time in my grandfather’s textile shop... Fashion has always been with me, the sense of colours, the perception for the flawless design.” Marco Tripoli

    • 30 min
    Blue Lavender Pondcast

    Blue Lavender Pondcast

    A chat with Azar Afshari from Blue Lavender

    • 31 min
    Two Peas In A Pod

    Two Peas In A Pod

    At Barnes Day Out, we talk to local businesses about what it's like to live and work in Barnes.

    Here's an interview with Malcolm Louis, owner of 'Two Peas in a Pod' greengrocer shop in Barnes, SW13.

    • 28 min

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