Zebras, Grace Jones, Art Deco and geometric forms, the inspiration for Central Saint Martins graduate Cat How’s new jewellery collection (formerly Cat Davidson). The collection consists of a Necklace with a chunky chain (£25), a Zebra Brooch (£20), and a pair of striking Earrings (£15). Definitely a statement collection.
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Two adorable contemporary yet retro Scandinavian-inspired teardrop bird pins designed and made by London-based jewellery designer, Made By Lori. Laser-cut from sustainable Walnut and Obeche (the wood of a large West African tree), each brooch has an inset teardrop and has been hand-finished and oiled. Each comes with a Lori cotton drawstring bag and has Lori’s striking logo etched on the back. Each brooch is priced at £20 and are available via the Howkapow online store.
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Bringing together a variety of traders who are at the forefront of the UK vintage scene, Judy’s Affordable Vintage fair will be hitting Lemington Spa on the Saturday 4th of June. The fare offers a massive selection of vintage clothing from knitwear, retro teas, glamorous evening wear to a whole heap of household items as well as menswear. Also at the event will be Lola Lamour a stunning 1940s singer, and a pop-up salon ‘Rebel PinUp’ run by the hair stylists from the award winning film ‘The Kings Speech’. (Appointments will be need to be booked via http://www.rebelpinup.co.uk/ )
Leamington Spa’s Affordable Vintage fair, Saturday 4th June
Leamington Assembly, Spencer Street, Leamington Spa, CV31 3NF
Open: 11:00 - 16:00
Breathe it, prove it, own it, love it, live it, work it.
i-D Summer 2001 issue with six covers featuring Amber Valletta, Kristen McMenamy, Behati Prinsloo, Patrick O’Donnell, Daphne Groeneveld and Stella Tennant.
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