Thursday, 30 October 2008

Daisy Green Interview

Daisy Green magazine interview

We are so pleased to be involved with the launch issue of the new Daisy Green Magazine.

Daisy Green Magazine was set up by a team of 7 women whose aim is to act as role models for those people who wish to live a more sustainable life, but without preaching.

Visit the online magazine to find out the latest news on ethical fashion, reviews, events and much more

To read our interview in the Green Room, please follow this link

Monday, 27 October 2008

maroon and white mini messenger bag

maroon and white mini messenger bag

This is a pretty, eco-friendly mini-purse
Made with recycled corduroy fabric and fully lined with vintage cotton fabric in shades of burgundy and white

maroon and white mini messenger bag

This mini messenger bag has no visible seams, so it is reversible – making this two bags in one! The top fastens with a loop over a brown vintage button on both sides

Comfortable wide strap which wont cut into your shoulder
Features 2 internal pockets to keep your mobile phone, keys, lipstick etc
It also has an external pocket made from the same corduroy fabric

Pretty and stylish, great for year-round use
Treat yourself to skillfully sewn handmade bag

Come and check out our handmade bags at our Etsy store

Friday, 3 October 2008

Vintage Find: Magic Roundabout cup

I spotted this small cup in a charity shop in Bristol and knew I had to have it! I loved the The Magic Roundabout as a child in the late 70s and early 80s (although I must've been watching the repeats from the 1960s). I adored everything about it, the characters, the innocent story lines and the wacky colourful world they all inhabited.

Created by Serge Danot in 1965 the Le Manège Enchanté (The Horse-gear Magic) had over 500 episodes made. It became a cult classic here in the UK when Eric Thompson (Father of the actress Emma Thompson) started writing & narrating the scripts. I know now that students in the 1960s loved the The Magic Roundabout for the underlying drug references (what was Dylan the Rabbit on?!) and the psychedelic backdrop.

But this cup represents pure, innocent childhood nostalgia and it's taken pride of place in my vintage finds collection!


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