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Sales!!

Posted by Rebekah Roy on November 30th, 2006

Betty Jackson sale starts December 18th
Discounts start at 20% on selected lines

Bicester Village sale starts December 18th and then the entire village will go on sale from December 26th
Sale ends February 15th
Reductions will be up to 75% off original price.

Blossom sale starts December 21st
Sale ends January 30th
First Markdowns will be 30% off.

Brora sale starts at all stockists and online on January 17th
Sale ends February 28th
Initial mark down will be 20% and final reductions will be starting February 15th.

Ghost sale starts December 21st
Sale ends February 15th
Discounts will be between 30%-50%
Key items included in the sale are Tulle, Satin, Georgette and Crepe pieces from the Autumn/Winter collection.

Hugs’ online sale continues throughout the year on selected lines.
Special winter reductions on Little Green Radicals baby range including Logo Baby Grows with up to 40% off original price.

Initmissimi sale starts December 28th
Sale ends February 28th
Average discount will be between 30 – 50% from selected items.

Kipling sale starts December 26th
Sale ends January 30th
Average discount 30% on A/W collections including luggage, bags in prints and fashion colour lines.

Kyri sale starts first week of January on selected items.

Millie Fox sale starts at Harrods on December 28th
Sale ends January 27th

My Wardrobe.com sale starts December 27th
Discount starts at 25% off selected items.

Trilogy sale starts December 27th.
Discounts on selected lines.

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ads

Posted by Rebekah Roy on November 29th, 2006

I love the advertising in Selfridges, it’s always a bit cheeky!
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Vintage Fashion, Accessories & Textiles Fair

Posted by Rebekah Roy on November 28th, 2006

Vintage Fashion, Accessories & Textiles Fair

Sunday 3rd December 2006 – 9.30am
to 4.30pm

Battersea Arts Centre, Grand Hall, Lavender Hill, London,
SW11

ENTRY: Trade Early
Entry: 9am – £2.50: Public £4.00/£2.50 for students with ID

The last
Vintage Fashion, Accessories & Textiles Fair of the year
. It’s Party Time. Where else to get that unique, individual
party dress or accessory that will make your outfit complete. Fabulous dresses in chiffons & silks,
from 30-60’s, beautiful winter coats and unique presents such as 1950’s sweater
guards (stops your sweater slipping from your shoulders and 1950’s glove clips
so you don’t lose them. We have some
fantastic new stallholders with the most amazing displays to choose from. With
over 65 stands you will not be disappointed. Prices from £5-£500. www.anitasvintagefashionfairs.com

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Make Up

Posted by Rebekah Roy on November 24th, 2006

I love this make up! Hair and and makeup can change the whole feel of the shoot.

Workshops for Make-Up Artist at the Fashion & Textile Museum

This exciting new series of lectures, featuring key professionals from
the world of hairdressing and beauty, will be held on Wednesday nights
in February and March 2006. Magazine editors, star editorial session
stylists and business entrepreneurs will reveal the secrets of the
glamorous world of beauty and hair

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The Doll.org

Posted by Rebekah Roy on November 24th, 2006

 

A lecture from thedoll.org.

Lee Lapthorne
MA – Creative Director of doll was a speaker at this event. He talked about the
challenges new designers face and that once you’ve had your first a catwalk show why it’s
importance to be able to show each season.

What do you need to be
considered for On/Off?

You need the basics: a look
book, a website, stockists, proof that you are able to manufacture your
collection. Ok so you might feel that if you have all this you’re not a new
designer. But really these are the basics.

One of the questions
asked was "Is the new designer forced to be a luxury designer because they
can’t compete with the high street?” Maybe this is true. Also said was that
there is going to be a culling, a fall in the market as London i s oversaturated with designers. Any
thoughts?

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McWilliams
is going to adore her. First of all she is very striking, she’s
captivating, you look at her and you just want to know know her. Amiee spoke at
the lecture and talked about puting together her collection and all the hours
it really takes, and the team that supports her.

 

 

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