30 November 2009

(Blurred) photos from Liverpool fashion fair

Back from the Shopping event (from last weekend) but still, busy as usual. I managed to find time to post the pics from the fair. I apologize in advance for the awful! quality of the pictures (they were taken with my mobile).

On the second picture, you can recognize my rail -most of it black ;)
The girl smiling with the glasses is Gill, the owner of the boutique where I sell my collection through and another designer, Andrea, who makes the petticoats herself. You can find their links here: http://www.theblackwardrobe.com/pages/links

27 November 2009

Shopping event, Liverpool

Dear all,
I haven't posted for a while because I have been so busy!!! I haven't even had the time to post about the fashion fair I am at this weekend:
Passion for fashion.
Passion For Fashion is a 2 day fashion, held in the The LIVERPOOL EMPIRE Atrium. (Lime st, next to the train station, Liverpool)
You can find established and up & coming Designers, Vintage, Hand Made, Retro & Selected High Street under one roof.
The Event is open to the public and is just £3 to enter so if you love your Fashion you can't miss out ..

It is open on:
Friday 27th Novemeber 10-6pm

Saturday 28th Novemeber 10-7pm

Come and see me!

09 November 2009

One for all those taxidermy enthusiasts: The Little Shop of Horrors

Here is a post for all those taxidermy enthusiasts, thrilling to do some christmas shopping. Yeah, that's right. You can shop real taxidermy in a real shop now.
I came across this little shop by accident. The Little shop of Horrors is a creation of an intellectual group called
The Last Tuesday Society. The Last Tuesday Society is a ‘Pataphysical organization founded by William James at Harvard in the 1870s. As its own website states, "It is devoted to exploring and furthering the esoteric, literary and artistic aspects of life in London and beyond". There are all sort of oddities you can buy at this shop. To mention a few: human fetuses, broken children's toys, carniverous plants...etc. I wouldn't mind to go and have a look what monstruosities I may find. Sounds promising...:) here is the link: http://www.thelasttuesdaysociety.org/shopevents.html

07 November 2009

New items!, "High-waist pencil skirt with faux "train"

50s Office
I am still updating my website with all the new pieces I have been making. This little number is one of my favourites. It is a very pin-up/1950s style pencil skirt with a "train" at the back -remember those tails of fabric they used to wear at the back of the skirts, back in Victorian times?-. You could still wear it at front, though. It would look nice too because the pleated piece of nude soft net is not thick so it doesn't make you look "bulky".
It is below-knee length, in stretc
h black jersey. You cinch it on the waist with the satin tie. The sophisticated waistline is finished with a black satin trim. It also features a lace bow adornment at the back, which is detachable so you can take it off and use it as brooch for something else!
It is £48 (bargain!) and here is the link to my website for more pictures.

04 November 2009

New items!, "Puff-sleeved top with ruffle lace panel"

Here is another new item I made and didn't have the chance to post...until now.
Look sexy...in red and lace
Look sexy...in red and lace by THE BLACK WARDROBE
This beautiful puff-sleeved top is made of red jersey and features a delicate lace panel on the chest with a ruffle and velvet ribbon. It is only £45 (bargain!). Hope you like it.
Here is the link to my top's page: http://www.theblackwardrobe.com/product/puff-sleeved-top-with-ruffle-lace-panel-30

02 November 2009

New items!, "1940s style peplum top"

After coming back from the Whitby Gothic Festival, work has been piling up....as usual. There are some new items I made specially for the festival and I didn't have the time to post on the website. So this is one of the jobs I will prioritize over this week. Hope you like the new items.

The first one of my list is this gorgeous red top with peplum, very into the 1940s style. Long puff sleeves and lace middle panel. It is only £45 (bargain!)
I can imagine it being worn with a pencil (as shown in my polyvore set, twinned with my pencil skirt) or any other fitted skirt to show off the flared peplum or for a more casual look with jeans.

Here is the link to my top: http://www.theblackwardrobe.com/product/1940s-style-peplum-top-with-lace-panel-29


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