Date: Jun 2012

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Vintage Vixen Lead

Ceri Heathcote interviews: Vintage Vixen

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How to wear swimwear

Summer's nearly here (or so we're led to believe) and with that comes an abundance of swimming costumes in charity shops up and down the country. Due to this, I thought I'd share with...

fashion loved for longer

Introducing Stu Bradley

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A Look into my festival bag with Jen Little Bird

 Whilst at  Isle of Wight  Belle and I headed over to meet former Oxfam blogger and our IOW style competition winner Jen Holmes to have a sneaky look into her tent, talk surviving...

VIDEO: Oxfam Fashion at the Isle of Wight Festival

From wellies to wind, fashion to fancy dress, the Oxfam festival team had a busy time at the Isle of Wight Festival. This video is a little snippet of what the festival shop, fashion and campaigns...

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Style spotting at Isle of Wight Festival

Despite all the rain and the mud you stylish festival goers were out in force last weekend. From men rocking flowers in their hair to women with the radest 1940's 'dos ever - we bring you...

James Walsh's exclusive gig at the Oxfam Festival Shop

James Walsh joined the Oxfam team for an exclusive acoustic gig at the Isle of Wight Festival after his set on the main stage on Saturday. People poured into our festival shop on Penny Lane to hear...

The Oxfam Festival Shop

Studding DIY

Studs have been everywhere this year, on shoes, bags, shirts and jackets from the catwalk to the high street. And it is with little wonder as this DIY is so simple to do. Taking inspiration from...

A flood of support for Festival Shops

The Oxfam Fashion team set sail for the Isle of Wight, to kick off this year's festival season.  The last of the summer sun cleared a path across the channel and onto one of the most eagerly...

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The boys are back in town - and shopping!

The English gentleman has always enjoyed a reputation as a snappy dresser.  Back in the 18th century the 'dandy' Beau Brummel rejected the over ornate fashions of the day in favour of...

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