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Posts Tagged ‘Costume’

An Interview with Jewellery Designer Rosita Bonita

We chat to jewellery designer Rosita Bonita, aka Rowenna Harrison, about her new collection Siren

Written by Jessica Cook

Rosita Bonita portrait by<strong> Laura Gill</strong>
Rowenna Harrison portrait by Laura Gill

Working under the name Rosita Bonita, Camberwell illustration graduate Rowenna Harrison makes beautiful jewellery that would be at home in any trinket lovers dressing-up box. Her pieces celebrate all things vintage glamour and have a whole host of other influences from the mythical to the historical. We've mentioned Rosita Bonita before as Amelia stumbled across her work at Wilderness Festival 2011 and her stuff is still just as inspiring.

Rosita Bonita

Her pieces are gaining a following and she has recently… read more

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Gazelle Twin by Nicola Ellen thb

An interview with musician and artist Elizabeth Walling, aka Gazelle Twin

Gazelle Twin is a Brighton based musician who is making waves with her avante garde approach to music. The new album The Entire City is out soon and there's a very special chance to catch her playing the Soundwaves Festival on Sat 16th July.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Gazelle Twin by Sarah Arnett. I’ve been keeping a firm eye (and ear) on Gazelle Twin since I discovered her enigmatic first single at the tail end of last year. […]

Frock Me! Vintage Fair at the Brighton Corn Exchange

We have a peruse around Brighton's biggest vintage fair, featuring frocks, accessories and hats galore…

Written by Faye Spiller

Illustration by Rosie Shephard Coming in from a freezing cold Brighton day, I was welcomed with the warm glow of row upon row of vintage. A cornucopia of vintage clothing […]

The Wonderful World of Prangsta Costumiers

Walking the streets of New Cross, Georgia Takacs stumbles across a hidden gem and chats to Holly Jade from Prangsta Costumiers – an Aladdin’s cave of sartorial treasures and London eccentrics.

Written by Georgia Takacs

“It was when we were awarded a giant golden penis at the Erotic Awards, that has to be my best moment here so far. It was a fashion show that […]

Exhibition: A Concise Dictionary of a Dress

Delve into the corridors of Blythe House and stumble into a small but perfectly formed lexicon of dress

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Conformist Illustration by Marnie Hollande Blythe House, once a colossal bustling post office savings bank full of clerks’ activity now stands (almost) empty as a memorial to times past. Currently […]