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Lee Scullion Meets Shalini

We've been working with Lee for a couple of years now, occasionally lending our garments out for the stunning editorial shoots he puts together. This piece of work with model Shalini is his first foray back into fashion photography as lockdown begins to be eased... enjoy!  Interview by Lee Scullion, who is available for hire for weddings, events and fashion photography. Where was your stomping ground when you were growing up? Colombo, Sri Lanka.   What was your favourite lesson at school? My favourite lesson at school would be Roman Catholicism. I asked way too many non-biblical questions and was suspended numerous times for being curious and having a strong opinion about the non-practicality of religion in modern-day society! Where do you get your...

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3 Reasons Why It’s A Good Idea to Invest in a Fabric Mask During the Pandemic

As life slowly starts to creep back to normal, most of us are wondering what normal even looks like anymore. Chances are you might be feeling a bit nervous venturing out. Don't worry, us too! But we've been feeling more confident about braving the city with one of our fabric masks. When the pandemic began, like a lot of businesses we wanted to do what we could to help those at the front line. We've recently started producing vintage-inspired pieces made from deadstock fabric. And so our first response was to use some of our fabric stock to create reusable fabric masks for NHS staff to show our gratitude. Now we're offering these masks as made to order products directly...

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How Coronavirus Might Change The Fashion Industry

It’s no secret that the fashion industry has been under pressure for some time to improve its devastating impact on the environment. Now, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has had its hand forced.  Mass production has slowed to a halt and fewer people are spending their money on fast fashion thanks to the lockdown taking away the need for a new outfit every weekend. Fashion Weeks’ are on hiatus and retail stores have closed, and most of the aspects of the industry that have the biggest economic impact have been put on hold – forcing the sector to do the very thing it’s been dragging its heels over for years. With COVID-19 showing no signs of slowing down any time...

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Trendlistr at Pop Up of The North!

Aquatic Leather Crossbody Bag - £89 Vintage Jesurum fish belt buckle - SOLD   We are thrilled to say we've bee invited back to exhibit at the Pop Up Of The North event organised by Georgie of Pridden PR & Events in Malton, Yorkshire. We couldn't believe our luck last time staying at the beautiful and homely Talbot Hotel as the sun beat down on us. Oh, and did we mention that Malton is the foodie capital of North Yorkshire? We'll be bringing a selection of vintage clothing, jewellery and accessories as well as our new collection so we'll have plenty for you to take a look at! The Pop Up of The North was founded by Georgie who wanted...

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What Do I Wear A Vintage Brooch With?

What do I wear a vintage brooch with? Styling vintage jewellery is one of the hardest things to do. Whether you own many vintage items or you've just started your collection, you’ll quickly find yourself with a few items you just don’t know how to wear. So, I’ve written this guide to help you find the perfect outfit to wear your brooch with. I’m going to cover multiple styles of brooch, so if you don’t yet own a brooch you’ll be able to see if it would be right for you. A vintage brooch is best worn with a dress or suit jacket that complements the style of brooch. For example, a large ornate brooch with intricate metalwork could get...

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