This vintage lunch-box sized Thermos shows a much older and more sophisticated Barbie to the one we’re used to, with the cropped, coiffured hair, petticoat and pearls typical of early 1960s US fashion.
British illustrator Rory Crichton has created a charming hand-sketched design of Radley’s trademark Scottie dog logo for a spring/summer collection of 22 accessories including shoulder bags, shoppers and luggage.
Yellow is a key colour for spring/summer 2013 and Orla Kiely and Italian indie designer Vivetta have created Sixties-style swing coats in the bold hue, adding fun finishing touches with playful buttons.
A stylist way to get in shape for the new year – these pastel and leopard print lace-up roller skates are the ultimate in hipster cool. If you’re in need of some inspiration, check out the Brighton Rockers.
These rounded wayfarer frames bring 60s style to any outfit, drawing on that classic Mod look that never goes out of fashion. The sunglasses are perfect for keeping bright winter glare from ruining eyeliner.
Influenced by this season’s hottest era inspiration, Monki’s statement shirts channel definitive styles from the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s. Go for preppy mustard polka dots, fun colourful spots or flirty kisses.
Queen Edgina Designs takes inspiration from vintage fabrics to create contemporary artwork. “The process involves layering photographs with unique vintage textiles to create a distinctive image” says founder Sascha Edgina Hurrell.