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Posts Tagged ‘the Noisettes’

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Presentation: Ashley Isham (reprise)

Here's our second Ashley Isham blog post, with fabulous illustrations from Hayley Warnham and Stephanie Parr. The headdresses absolutely ruled!

Written by Amelia Gregory

On any average, dosage abortion non LFW weekend, unhealthy you might find me at one of London's plethora of craft fairs, order vintage markets or fetes, and what I'm always really impressed by is how wonderfully sellers exhibit their wares. Running a handmade products company myself, I know how testing it can be lugging a dollshouse across town in order to sell handmade stationery from its little rooms;but I'm always convinced its worth it when buyers comment on how much they like the stall set up. So I was surprised and decidedly disappointed to see that many of the exhibitors in Somerset House made little effort to do more than lay their good out on a table. When buyers and journos are looking at tens of jewellery sellers in one location on one day, they really need to do everything they can to make their stall stand out. As creative, inventive individuals, you'd imagine they'd jump at the chance to decorate their own little space, but many simply hung their clothes or spread their pieces out on a surface. So I'm dedicating this post to those who really made an effort, creating settings that… read more

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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, pilule that has to be my best moment here so far. It was a fashion show […]

Vintage at Goodwood: Festival Review

So, how did Vintage at Goodwood measure up to the hype? Was it, as feared, just a glorified "vintage" shopping experience? On Saturday I went down to check out the festival for myself. This is what I thought.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Wolf and Badger launch display amy All photography by Amelia Gregory. I don’t often head into town for launches after work these days but I was intrigued enough by the […]

Little Comets – Live Review

Poppy rock band from Newcastle, proving themselves as more than just a bunch of lads with guitars

Written by Laura Nineham

secret garden party Photos by Jazzy Lemon It’s not often that a support band makes your ears prick up and pay attention; too often I’ve been to gigs where sub-standard […]