On Friday 13 December, Save the Children are asking people to don their favourite festive knits for Christmas Jumper Day and donate £1 to help save children’s lives. So where do you go if you want an authentic novelty knit?
I’m always excited when Midcentury magazine lands on my doormat; not least because of the in depth features which offer insight into the life and work of iconic designers and inspirational tours around contemporary Midcentury homes…
Catering for fans of the homely shabby chic look, perfect for festive entertaining, Millie & Max owner Millie Withey has opened up her Horsham shop to host a selection of like-minded sellers throughout December.
Last weekend Powder Beauty’s treatment rooms were transformed into market pitches as the salon hosted its first ever vintage and handmade fair – the latest in a long line of owner Rachel Kutschker’s vintage ventures.
Opened seven months ago on a budget of £100, Betty Lou on Preston Street has become a go-to boutique for vintage event beauty and with Christmas around the corner is about the enter its busiest ever period.
Brighton’s thriving craft community is closely knitted to the vintage scene, so it was a joy to celebrate our city’s familiar cast of crafty creatives in a feature for the current issue of Crafty Magazine.
The K&A Pop-up Vintage Fair will debut at Brighton Racecourse on 30 November having establishing itself as a must-visit market in Hassocks. Visitors to the Christmas fair will be able to shop from 150 indoor pitches.
Last year I joined the queue of Marni fans willing to battle it out for a piece of H&M’s much-hyped and fairly-priced designer collection and as of this weekend my Marni must-have collection is complete.
After taking a maternity break, organiser of The Preloved Designer Sale, Katie Carne is back in Brighton with the biggest bargain haul yet! The super-sized sale starts at 6pm Friday 1 November and runs through the weekend at the Thistle Hotel.
Tucked away in an enclave of small independent shops and cafes and heralded by a life-size Fifties-inspired ‘Aunt Sally’, Shoreham’s Tarmount Studios Vintage Emporium opens out into an Aladdin’s cave of retro and vintage gems.