Fashion

Out of the Sea

Design for this Out of the Sea Collection came from Karolina Bik’s fascination of the deep, beautiful and mysterious world of the sea. Ring is made from sterling and fine silver then gold plated with 22k gold. To bring deepness of the piece some parts of the surface are oxidated. On the top of the ring a natural blue topaz…

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The English Room

Established by the joint founder of Eximious, Geoffrey Cridland, The English Room is a quintessentially British company that continues the legacy of designing the highest quality, monogrammed clothes covers and personal presents, all made within our shores. Earlier this year, aged 84, Geoffrey felt it was time to retire and I took on the challenge of building on his success. Our…

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LUCKYNELLY

“I would like to encourage more people to use no animals for fashion, because they are mostly kept and bred in terrible conditions.  The name of the label was created because of the deep love and respect to my dog Nelly and my canine Lucky which were also the muses for the decision to work only with animal- friendly materials.…

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Kim Mee Hye

Kimy launches her brand, Kim Mee Hye, her name in Korean. She likes the graphic character of these 9 letters but her choice is mainly spontaneous, like everything she creates: the ring and the cross, but also the handcuff, a symbol of the link between two human beings and the earing: her own vision of a contemporary river of diamonds.…

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Limited Edition Longines Cufflinks

This item is produced in very small limited edition. It has its own roughness giving it a unique characteristic. Vintage Hamilton Watch Movement Cufflinks Upcycling Heritage. Manufacturer: Longines. Country of Manufacture: Switzerland. Year built: 1972. Caliber: 410. Movement Jewels: 17 rubies. Movement markings: Longines/ 410/17 jewels/Swiss. Cufflinks come packaged in a collector box. LC Collection Celebrates time through jewelry designed…

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Charlotte Simone

Serving up scarves aplenty, Charlotte Beecham is the brains and beauty behind accessories label Charlotte Simone, which she founded in 2011. But, not just any scarves. Big and brilliant outfit-making scarves — fluffy ones, long ones, and extra, extra furry ones — that are all ethically sourced. Inspired by the stylish ladies of Paris who effortlessly centre chic ensembles around…

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Gianfranco Lotti

Craftsmanship, heritage, passion and perfection Italian to its core, the company’s namesake founded the label to ‘give something back’ to his Florentine home – the city in which art and craftsmanship are synonymous. From hand-worked python skin clutches to exquisitely crafted men’s weekend bags, Gianfranco Lotti values artisanal quality above all else. Located a stone’s throw away is the house’s…

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Emily Carter – London Made Silk

Emily Carter is a British Designer based in London.  Specialising in silk scarfs and pocket squares. Her collections incorporate themes from natural history and scientific illustration flora and fauna & English Heritage to create unique and surreal illustrations. Each Scarf & Pocket Square begins as a detailed original drawing. Experimenting in colour she then completes the scarf. www.emily-carter.co.uk

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Edgardo Osorio – Young Shoe Designer

James Ferragamo, director of women’s leather products at Ferragamo, enlisted innovative young shoe designer Edgardo Osorio to create a capsule collection inspired by the brand’s vast archive, aided by Ferragamo’s creative director Massimiliano Giornetti. The 14-piece collection includes heels featuring signature Ferragamo details, such as dots, cork and bows. www.ferragamo.com

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Chandelier Jungle

Barnaby Barford works primarily with ceramics to create unique narrative pieces drawing an ironic portrait of our contemporary lives. Working with both mass-market and antique porcelain figurines, Barnaby cuts up and exchanges elements, or adds to and repaints them, creating sculptures often sinister and sardonic but invariably humorous in tone. In Barford’s world, a kitsch 19th century figurine of a peasant…

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