Date: Jul 2012

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Womad festival style spotting

On the blog we've written before about how Lisa, Fran and the Festival Shop team hand select all the stock they take to each festival over the summer. But, if you've not yet visited one of...

Womad Festival: How to make a... festival feather hair braid

We love a bit of DIY Fashion and crafts, and at Womad Festival we wanted to show that the clothes you have can be loved for longer. The lovely ladies at Mollie Makes craft magazine joined...

fashion loved for longer

A look into my festival bag with Holly Rothwell

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The seven wonders of Womad Festival

Fairground meets Fairtrade, Sunshine meets Spa treatments - the World of Music, Arts and Dance festival is no ordinary affair. Each year Charlton Park, in Wiltshire, is taken over by Womad...

Kendal Calling what is in my bag backpack

We are now half way through the festival season (and the summer ha!) after the Festival Shop team got stuck in the mud at the Isle of Wight and created this beautiful shop at Latitude (rainbow c/o...

fashion loved for longer

The six items challenge

During July, I have been participating in the Six Items Challenge with Labour behind the Label. The challenge involves wearing just six pieces of clothing for the whole of July although you are allowed...

Better the Devil You Sew Launch

A unique clothing collection made by Brighton's Oxfam North Street volunteers launched on Friday. ...

Why Vintage is the new 'new'

I recently tweeted that the most stylish kids of our generation are dressing like their parents used to. A lot of people actually agreed with me, which sparked off an internal debate about whether...

Latitude style spotting

Style Spotting at Latitude Festival

Come rain, come shine, we were out and about spotting the most stylish people at Latitude Festival. There were plenty of Barbour jackets on show (and on sale in the festival shop!) but we...

The Make Market

Latitude DIY: The Make Market

Tucked away in the darkest depths of the Latitude Festival forest, Antonia Halse from the Make Market team, is a shining a light on the concept of up-cycling. Based in the colourful and vibrant 'Faraway...

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