Tuesday 28 June 2016


SHOPPERS in Edinburgh are about to get an extra helping of their favourite discount store when TK Maxx opens its doors in St Andrews Square.
We'll have all the info for you nearer the time but the labels-for-less retailer is one of theshowbizlion.com's favourite shops because there are so many brands and bargains under one roof.
We also love our grub and were thrilled to be invited to an amazing event at a pop up shop in Edinburgh called #DuvetDining to celebrate the launch of the store's Ridiculous Possibilities, a new campaign bringing to life the delightfully different yet brilliant opportunities made possible when shopping at TK Maxx.

As we relaxed and unwound amidst the luxurious duvet fort, complete with TK Maxx lush linens, heavenly eiderdowns, glowing lanterns and plush cushions, we feasted on an exclusive seven course menu created by renowned food guru Gizzi Erskine.

We all sat down on the duvets as we dined in style and drank some raspberry mojitos.
The menu was incredible with plenty of surprises, including tomato tea - from a teapot and with tiny little vegetable stars (a bit like a gazpacho consommé).

There was also meat fruit on sourdough which looked like a giant olive but turned out to be duck pate.

The egg Creme brûlée was a favourite, presented in an egg shell and even the jelly sweeties were made from beetroot and blood orange.

From the gourmet food to the exquisite décor, #DuvetDining turned our perceptions upside down and made us think out of the box.

We also made some lovely new friends.
The Edinburgh event was the last of a UK tour, appearing in London and Belfast previously to surprise and delight local food and fashion lovers.
Deborah Dolce, Group Brand and Marketing Director, at TK Maxx said: “In a world of shopping predictability, TK Maxx stands for something different: unbounded possibilities. We know that the thrill of the find in our stores and the element of the unexpected is a unique ingredient that draws people back in and this campaign captures that sentiment in the most wonderful and intriguing way.”
TK Maxx. Big labels. Small Prices. Ridiculous Possibilities.

- From Scotland with love from theshowbizlion.com

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