JETS Swimsuits

I’ve just discovered the most amazing retro looking and glamourous JETS swimsuits designed by Jessika Allen. There is a style for everyone  whether it’s a 2 piece or super sexy and sophisiticated 1 piece which seems to be a signature production from Jessika Allen.

I love this swimsuit it’s classy, gorgeous and looks as though it would make you feel like million dollars. I see myself on a  nice big yacht chilling with a Mojito!!

Ar amazing all it needs now is a captain’s hat….oy oy sailor!! I love how smooth the lines are around the body the model looks seamless…that’s exactly what I’ll be in need of this summer.

There’s something a bit roaring 20’s about this style, I can imagine this girl flying past with some giant shades on in a vintage racing car, tres cool!!

Just fabulous in every way. I rekon you’d even be feeing good swimming in these gorgeous one pieces, perfect for a confidence boost inside and outside of the water.

Built on the foundations of a premium luxury swimwear brand, JETS Swimwear (JETS) continues to up-hold a standard of superior quality through its design integrity and unique style.

The entire JETS Collection is created with an understanding of timeless, sophisticated elegance, smooth sleek swimwear cut with absolute precision.  This dedication to quality extends across the JETS by Jessika Allen, JETS White Label, JETS Kids as well as JETS Man ranges.

Check out the amazing website for JETS to see more of Jessika Allens amazing creations and for inspiration on your holiday attire that will have heads turning!

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Love Plus, your virtual girlfriend

Unreal and very real all at once… and don’t be thinking you  can get away with being flakey with your new and sometimes demanding girlfriend on Love Plus(Konami creation). This is a computer generated game launched September 2009 where virtual relationships come to life and it seems to be an absolute hit amongst the Japanese men (around 240,000  units of the game have been sold).

Originally Love Plus was Nintendo DS based now the iPhone also supports this technology, both are great devices for the game as they have the right technology such as touch screens, picture and video taking technology… perfect tools for when that moment comes to insert yourself into your home made romcom!

So how does it work?

Well you pick one of three girls who are all high school students (is that a bit odd? Or is that okay as they’re not real?) I’ll list the three options below…

  • Manaka Takane who is sweet and studious and loves tennis and baking
  • Rinko Kobayakawa  who is a loner that’s into punk music and chips (random)
  • Nene Anegasaki who enjoys housework and horror films

Each girl develops according to her ‘boyfriends’ tastes, he controls everything from the length of her hair to the pet name by which she addresses him. As Danielle Demetriou reports in the March issue of Marie Claire ‘these girls aren’t pushovers, they demand to be treated as respectfully as any real counterpart, and a mere hint of neglect (a late email, a forgotten birthday) results in a serious sulk’.

Sincere users of the game have learnt early on that their virtual girlfriend can take things very seriously and sometimes it can take days to repair the relationship…is this good training or what?

Now it gets a bit more bonkers when it seems to be a serious dilema for men when deciding which  relationnship they like most out of the non virtual love life  and the virtual one…tricky?!!!

So you think that’s bonkers?

The software is now portable so goodbye to the days of sitting in front of a TV dating, you can now take your girlfriend out ‘the interaction on Love Plus is intense, but innocent (it’s rated 15+): hands are held, hair is stroked and kisses are exchanged by touching a stylus on the screen of the image of the girlfriend, unleashing a flurry of cartoon hearts. But the images are racy at times, particularly when the girlfriends slip off their flirtatious short school uniforms to appear in pulse-raising bikinis for a date at the local pool’.

Well it seems users of the game go out with their girlfriends and actually visit hotels and restaurants that are also featured in the virtual world. Konami have taken this concept/fantasy to the next level peeps players of the game can take their girlfriends on a holiday to the coastal town of Atami. Atami restaurateur Kanji Nagasawa  has watched men sit and play with the game whilst eating ‘we’ve been stunned by how happy this makes those customers’ .

Creators Konami hosted a sell out Christmas concert in Tokyo where life sized holograms of the girls performed, taking that on screen fantasy a step further out of the box and onto a stage.

For those that are new to this I hope this has been an interesting and brief introduction into something bizarre and clever.

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Marise Maas, a great artist

Marise Maas  a Melbourne based Dutch born artist has been brought to my attention and I’ve been blown away by her work and everything I’ve read about her. I love her pro active attitude ‘don’t talk about it, do it!’.

Marise Maas started out as a print maker (studying at Hobart School of Art) fell into painting after returning to her homeland Holland and when she was dismantling a ’70’s addition to her Amsterdam abode to reveal a lovely high ceiling, she decided to paint on the boards’ and from there onwards the painting continued.

The work is inspired by everyday life not so much people as ‘everything changes when you get to their eyes’, the inspiration is from the everyday ordinary things. In one interview she says “It blows my mind how much there is to see and so many ways of looking at the world,” it’s true the everyday simple things we may take for granted but often they offer bigger stories.

Maas has been based in Melbourne for the past 16 years and has held many exhibitions all over the place  Gallerie Helfensteyn (1995), Amsterdam, The Jackman Gallery Melbourne (1997), Abstractions On Paper, Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne (2002)  Contemporaneous: Australian Contemporary Painting 1, Wangaratta Gallery, Vic (2008) Bett Gallery, Hobart (2010) these are a few of the places to see the whole list please visit mickthegallery where you will find out alsorts of information on various artists.

Maas has been inspired and influenced by many amazing artists to name a few are Noel Mckenna, Susan Rothenberg, Carlo Zinelli (who I’ve literally only just known about, love his work) and George Baldessin. In another interview she says who else inspires her other than the obvious ‘people who build houses or boats, good piano players, and people who have an idea or vision and follow it without the worry of social constraints’ hear hear (eek just found out that it’s spelt like that not here here!)

So there’s a little introduction for those of you who were unaware of this fantastic artist an for those of you who are going to be in Sydney between the 27 February -1st April you will be able to visit the Small But Big exhibition  at the MiCK Gallery 44 Gurner Street Sydney.

Getting to know Miss B, A Girl A style

I’ve been in communication with Miss B founder of award winning A Girl, A Style blog and  I’m feeling pretty lucky since there is a picture of Miss B under the definition of multi-tasker in the English dictionary, somewhere next to Nick Pickles who won the Prswooz multi-tasking award 2011.

The A Girl, A Style blog is simply fabulous and aspirational. I love the style of writing and all entries are interesting…never a dull moment.There is a really positive and exciting vibe felt in reading the posts here.

Most of the images are taken herself apart from the odd/rare moment where the world of fashion has very much taken over. Earlier this year Miss B caught up with a friend in Paris who introduced her to a great find… Catherine B’s vintage emporium, Les Trois Marches, full of vintage Chanel and Hermes… this was one of those rare moments!! “It may look unassuming from the outside (in true Left Bank style), but I actually gasped when I stepped inside; so good is it that I just had to share it with you all so that you may visit it on your next trip to Paris. Stocking nothing but vintage Chanel and Hermes, this tiny boutique (divided into two neighbouring shopfronts) is almost too good to be true for any Parisian fashion devotee. Within its walls are shelves and shelves of Hermes Kelly bags in every colour imaginable, rows upon rows of Chanel boucle jackets, towering stacks of silk scarves and windows glinting with vintage Chanel jewels (my weakness)” says Miss B.

I shall leave the rest for you to discover on her wonderful blog and now share what else I found out…

Favourite food:  I could quite happily live off summer fruit and macarons alone   

Quote of the moment:  Live the life you dream about                                           

Favourite travel destination: Paris, London, New York, Tokyo, Marrakech, Prague, The Barossa Valley and the Great Barrier Reef (Australia)

Studied at:  Flinders University, Australia                                   

Course:     Bachelor of International Relations, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of International Business (I didn’t feel satisfied after doing a single degree like everyone else, so I did three instead!)

What inspired you to start blogging?

I had just moved to England from Australia, and was bored in my day job. I was itching for a creative outlet and to share all these wonderful new adventures I was having in my new home, so one rainy day I decided to finally start the blog I’d been pondering as a way to share the things that caught my eye with friends and like-minded individuals everywhere.

Is there anything you wish people would understand about the industry?

It’s not all about swanning about at glamorous parties (they’re overrated, anyway) and stroking shoes at Fashion Week. Whether you make a conscious decision to dress a certain way or not, fashion is an expression of who we are and how we want the world to see us. Not to mention this is a serious business; it’s the second largest industry in the UK (after government) and is one of the few forces that can resist a serious recession.

You are running more than a blog, contributing as Editorial Associate to Liberty London Girl as well as working as a political advisor by day…how are you doing this…wonder woman!!??

It’s true, I have a very intense day job as a Senior Political Advisor (where I divide my time between Cambridge and Westminster). In addition to running A Girl, A Style, I’m also Editorial Associate for Liberty London Girl, UK Editor for The Glitter Guide, and freelance fashion and beauty writer for a number of other websites and print publications. I just try and compartmentalise everything; I want to do the best I can in my day job (it is, after all, my career and my salary) so just focus on that during the day. When I come home, for a few hours every night I’ll try and write something, whether it’s for my blog or a paid commission for a publication, and do a bit of general blog admin. I love my ‘second job’ so much that I’m happy for that to take up my spare time.
What do you do when you aren’t working on your blog/website? 

During the day, I’m always at work (if I’m in the London office I’ll also try and cram in a fashion appointment or two or a date with a girlfriend over macarons at Laduree on my lunchbreak or after work). But when I’m not doing those two things, I try and do as many things that make me smile as possible. Life, to me, is one giant quest for loveliness.

What has helped your success most?

To be honest, I don’t have any big secret. Just hours and hours and hours of work every single week (my blog is a labour of love), being nice to everyone I meet (I might have found success faster if I’d been more brazen, but that’s not my style), and being meticulous about only posting good quality content. I might not post every day, but readers know that I only post about that which I genuinely love.

How do you keep coming up with quality content for your blog?

I usually have the reverse problem; not having enough time to write about everything I want to (I always have a giant backlog of posts and ideas waiting to be written about/photographed). There is always something catching my eye and inspiring me, but just in case, I always carry around a notebook to jot down ideas for future posts just in case I hit a dry spot!

A lot of people are interested in blogging for the money earning potential. What are some tips for people interested in making money from blogging? What are some realistic expectations in regards to what can be made?

Find another career path! I’d like to think that my blog is fairly successful these days in terms of site visitors and reader loyalty. But even now, though I occasionally benefit from a perk or two as a result of my blog (and also do paid writing jobs a few times a month), I definitely invest more time and money into my blog than I get back. Yes, there are ways to make a good living off a blog, but very few people attain that level of success and I think it’s hard to enter into blogging with that ambition as your ultimate goal (readers are a clever bunch, and will always see through such tactics). For me, running A Girl, A Style and writing is my passion; anything I make out of it is a bonus.
What’s your take on sponsored reviews?

Although I’m offered these every day, I’ve never said yes to one yet. In my opinion, it would have to be a very good fit (ie. a collaboration with a brand I already love and blog about now) for it to work without sacrificing the blog’s integrity (something I’m very protective about). My blog readers keep coming back because it’s my voice and opinion they like and trust; if I’m giving that up by doing sponsored posts on something I would’t write about ordinarily, then what’s the point?

Name some of the bloggers whom you look up to and why?

Sasha Wilkins of Liberty London Girl for showing us that blogs don’t have to conform to a single, narrow topic (‘fashion’, ‘beauty’, etc.), Nicolette Mason for showing you don’t have to be a blond supermodel clone to have the most beautiful blog and personal style, and Alix of the Cherry Blossom Girl to show it’s better to create your blog’s identity through one gorgeous post a week than 7 mediocre posts.

What are your favourite trends at the moment?

I never consciously follow trends, but the dominant themes coming through next Spring/Summer really play to my hyper-girly tastes. I love all the sugary pastels, the florals and lace, the 20s Great Gatsby references, and the whimsical under-the-sea vibe (done best at Chanel and Charlotte Olympia).

It’s been another great pleasure to get to now another great creator, thanks for your time and I hope to be able to follow up later in the year.

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It’s impossible to forget this ladies amazing skills but I though this should be re blogged incase anyone missed out!!

Prswooz's Blog

There’s a lot to talk about when it comes to this years LFS in particular Katie Newsam one of my favourite designers, you can spot her designs a mile off. Her designs are so unique and inspiring. This year I covered one of Lara Ostertag’s events held in conjunction with LFS, it was here that I was lucky enough to get a sneaky preview of what could be expected at the 2011 ‘Dress Me Beautiful’ event and of course I really coudn’t wait to see what she would be showcasing(you maybe expecting more to say but literally had to wait like everyone else!!).

I managed to share some of Katie Newsam’s time and got to find out a little bit more about this fabulous designer…

Have you got a favourite leeds bar?

I’ve not really been to many bars in leeds I love Epernay though (classy, nice choice in bar lot’s…

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Interview with Amanda Lee, founder of Fashionography

A recent discovery of an awesome blog called Fashionography provided the opportunity to get to know the mastermind behind the e-mask!! Amanda Lee is a blogger with a passion for fashion, an eye for style and a desire to join the designing world. What adds a little more value to this great site is the fact that beauty blogger Kohyla has recently collaborated with Fashionography. You’re perhaps already wondering about the ‘ography part of the name and of course photography is involved, infact these two motivated girls have been joining forces in creating,directing and styling their own photo shoots.

Anyway here’s what else I found out about Amanda Lee

Favourite food:  French Fries!

Quote of the moment: Never leave home without an accessory be it on your hands, wrist, neck or ears.   

Recommended music: 8tracks playlists of 90’s music 

Favourite travel destination: Paris for its fashion and crepes!

Studied at:  Hong Kong Polytechnic University    Course:   Fashion Design in Knitwear

What inspired you to get involved with social media and in particular blogging?

I began blogging roughly 1.5 years ago, as I was making my transition from business school to fashion school. As the two subjects are on completely different ends of the spectrum, the blog began as a way to put all the things that inspired me and struck me as great fashion and photography in one place. The social media aspect of it came later when my blog readership started to grow and became a mainstream channel to connect with other bloggers and to promote my own blog.
What is inspired you to get involved with the fashion industry?

Fashion has always been one of the things that I’ve always loved and after completing my first degree, I decided that I should try something that I’ve been always passionate about – hence am now studying fashion design. I’ve always been surrounded by fashion as well. When I was little, I used to raid my mom’s shoe cabinet and play dress-up….

Is there anything you wish people would understand about the industry?

It is often perceived that the fashion industry is full of glitz and glamour, but this stereotype couldn’t be more incorrect. There are moments when it would be glamourous, but the industry is not as superficial as one would think of it to be. A lot of sleepless nights go into either the merchandising, buying, retailing and designing aspect of the industry. The industry depends heavily on team work and creativity – which essentially makes or breaks a company or a designer.

What do you find most challenging about blogging about your topic?

One of the most challenging things about being a fashion blogger is trying to find a way to stay unique. There are hundreds and thousands of fashion bloggers out there and when I started to blog, I asked myself what I can bring to the table that others can’t, or haven’t yet.

Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while working on your blog?

One of the benefits from blogging is the network that one can create through their blog. I have met so many amazing people through my blog, from other Hong Kong based bloggers, stylists and photographers to those working behind the scenes of a fashion brand and many people in PR. This great network has allowed me to develop my blog even further, and develop a wider social circle.

How would (someone) describe your blogging style?

I do have a rather minimalistic blog where the images I use are the core of my blog. My writing is short and succinct which make it easier for my point to get across.

What do you do when you aren’t working on your blog/website?

I am pretty preoccupied with school at the moment. There’s always a lot to do in research before settling down on a final topic for the go ahead. On the occasion that I do have downtime, I love to go shopping with my mom; and watching movies is a big thing for me. I love looking at the cinematography and fashion in a movie.

How do you keep coming up with material/content for your blog? Many people struggle with coming up with different articles/posts and they only have one blog.

As the name of my blog suggests, I am a huge fan of fashion and photography. When I am not blogging about current trends and collection previews, I am always looking for lesser-known designers and photographers that have I believe have an edge. Fresh designers are always looking for an outlet for their work and it’s important for me as the role of a blogger to help introduce them to the a wider audience.

What has been your strategy for creating visibility to yourself and your blog?

I am very active on Twitter and Facebook, and these two platforms of social media are so important to creating a following of a blog. Connecting with other bloggers and readers from around the world help gets the ball rolling, and through these platforms, I have created a network and a have met a wonderful group of people!

Name some of the bloggers whom you look up to and why?

I am a huge fan of Style Bubble and Bryanboy. They both have such eclectic styles and their take on the fashion world is so unique!
If you had to pick a celebrity wardrobe whose would it be and why?

Oh my goodness. I would have to go with the Kardashians. They are my guilty pleasure, and after seeing Khloe’s shoe closet on Elle, I dream of having her closet one day! All 3 Kardashians have a really good sense of style as well, and their wardrobes come with an unlimited amount of accessories! Rachel Zoe would come as a close second because it seems like she never wears anything twice and its full of Balmain jackets that I would die for!

If you could go back in time what year would you got and why…or you can go into the future?!!

I would definitely go back to the 70’s. There was an amazing sense of colour and prints back in the day with great silhouettes, hair and music especially. I think i was born in the wrong decade!

It’s been a pleasure getting to know more about the driving force behind Fashionography and I think there are some great words for people thinking about starting up their own blog. Definitely one to keep our beady eyes on!

Northern Monkey setting a trend

Dave Hall is emerging as one of the North’s most talented Tee-shirt designers, inspired by Banksy and a serious love for BMX’s. Finally all you tee shirt lovers can be relieved as b73tees design and print is launched…great kick start to the new 2012 wardrobe.

Dave has finally transformed his little book of notes that has been carried around with him for a long time and travelled over 4000 miles into reality.

Dave reminisce’s about the 80’s “In 1983, at the age of 10 my parents bought me what was the greatest bicycle I ever owned, a Raleigh Extra Burner. In 2006 I set off on a nostalgia trip that became a real passion. My BMX fire was re-lit and continues to burn today.”

 All Dave’s Tshirts are inspired by the BMX scene. There is a large selection of riders who race BMX in the North of England, at tracks in Manchester, Leeds, Hartlepool, Preston and others. These riders are known as the Northern Monkeys!”I wanted a monkey that represented the stereo type of the ‘northern’ man… the ‘banksy’ monkey fitted the bill perfectly. ‘Banksy’ artwork is very popular, BMX is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK, for me it was the perfect fusion of Art, BMX & Humour”.

All of the TShirts are printed on high quality Hanes Beefy T’s. Unlike many bespoke Tshirt printers, b73tees do not use ‘cheap’ or ‘poor quality’ TShirts, they want you to come back time and time again with the assurance that you are getting a quality garment with an exclusive print from b73tees.


To buy a Tshirt or to enquire about your own exclusive print please visit –

Festival in Fashion

Ahhhh so excitied to have recently discovered fieldcandy, great name because the tents they sell are absolute eye candy. A while ago I wondered why people didn’t complete their outfits with a great pair of socks, especially some males in suits. The point is why would you put effort into an oufit without completing it by popping on an interesting pair of socks, as interesting as you or the rest of your attire?

So all you fashionable festival goers whilst you’re preparing your festive outfits, bits n bobs don’t forget to complete your trendy selves with a super statement tent! Time to fully express yourselves… one important point though you may have to run a syndicate and have shares as they are pricey in comparison to some bog standards I’m used to!! So find you’re most strategic thinking cap and get on it…like a car bonnet!!

How very aesthetically pleasing!!


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Getting to know Nick Pickles

In a Victor Meldrew voice ‘I just don’t believe it!’ we’re into the second month of 2012… this year is already flying…what’s that about? Are we busier or less susceptible to periods of boredom? As a child I remember how slow 20 minutes seemed when I were waiting it seemed like an age and now 20 minutes is nothing!

Anyway I thought I’d get back in touch with Nick Pickles  Director of Big Brother watch and the winner of PRSwooz multitasker of the year award 2011 to have a bit more a nosey into what he likes and here is what I found out:

How do you stay healthy what foods are you into and what goes into your favourite healthy meals or drink? Is there a preference on where you like to buy your ingredients?

I love sushi, although I have no idea if that counts as healthy or not. Generally I pay minimal attention to what I eat or drink, I just try balance it all out with the gym. We’re not exactly blessed with shopping choice in SW2, so I tend to rely on trips to Sainsbury’s when I’m heading home from work!

What’s your favourite cocktail to make and what’s your favourite cocktail to have made for you and where makes them best?

I tend not to make cocktails – unless a G&T counts – but if I’m out and about, a Tom Collins is probably my favourite. The best one I’ve ever had was a place called ‘Milano’ just off Plaça de Catalunya in Barcelona, so it’s not exactly a regular haunt…

Who is your favourite celebrity at the moment and if you could have a celebrity wardrobe whose would you want most and why? If you had to pick a celebrity body whose would you have?

I find the whole celebrity culture thing pretty insane to be honest, it’s become something to be famous for in itself rather than as a result of actually been successful at something. Joey Barton’s been pretty comical lately, but in terms of fashion I haven’t a clue! (either in actual terms or which celebs influence me.) As for celebrity bodies it’s not something I really think about so I’ll be obvious and say Daniel Craig simply as 007 still has an air of cool about him!

Where do you like to dine out most and are there different dinning’s for different occasions?

Absolutely, I love thai food but it’s not the kind of meal you want on a night out with mates – that tends to be a steak restaurant or a curry. I do really enjoy cooking though so I tend to do that more often than I eat out, if for no other reason it means I avoid paying London restaurant prices for a decent bottle of wine!


What are you reading at the moment? What’s your favourite TV show and why? Are there any bloggers that have recently caught your attention…other than myself of course…he he!!

I’m currently flipping between the Alan Partridge book and Tom Bingham’s ‘The Rule of Law.’ In terms of TV shows I’ve been watching loads of old Spitting Image and The Day Today recently, but also I’m hooked on The Walking Dead and still love The Simpsons.

Blogger wise I’ve not stumbled across many in a while, I recently came across the for a legal perspective and tend to read the FT’s Westminster blog much more than I used to. For music I’ve come to find The Quietus pretty indispensible, although they’d probably say it was some kind of online cultural collective rather than a blog, the pretentious swine.

Did you make a New Year’s Resolution, if so what was it and has it lasted?

I did, and so far it has stuck – I simply said I needed to do more of less, and say ‘No’ sometimes!

Have you got any travelling planned, if so what location/s are calling? What do you like to do most when you’re on holiday?

I really want to go back to Iceland when it isn’t the middle of winter, but I think this year if I get a holiday (I haven’t sunbathed on a beach since 2005…) I definitely want some sunshine.

If you could travel in time forward or backwards what year would you like to be a part of and why?

I’d probably say 1960, simply because I can’t imagine a better time to be either in politics or music photography. JFK’s campaign and election, the civil rights movement, Macmillan’s ‘Winds of Change’ speech in South Africa, and at the same time Elvis and the Beatles take the first steps in their careers. Having said that, I’d be tempted to say 1979 simply for the chance to see what Britain was like before Thatcher took power, and I would have got to see Joy Division.

To keep up to date with Nick Pickles follow him on Twitter, read his blog, keep an eye on the Big Brother Campaign and be blown away by his amazing photography. Recentlyhe got to shoot The Maccabees…not at all jealous!! anyway I can live it through the eye of the lens!!

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Vau Vau Fashion Show, Leeds

The fabulous Fashion Pony are sponsoring this years Vau Vau Fashion Show and Art Market, taking place 27th January in the recently renovated Left Bank Church, Cardigan Road, Leeds.

The event returns for its second year running bringing together creative talent from across the UK. There will be designers, photographers, stylists, art work, bloggers,  vintage clothing, alternative accessories, custom canvases and of course the general public who will also be travelling from all over to be  a part of this special event.

The charity event has been organised by photographers Toria Brightside and Emma Parry who aim to raise money for Cancer Research and Guide Dogs for the Blind. The event will also provide a perfect platform for up and coming designers to show case their amazing work as well as be an encouraging event for unheard talent, waiting to be discovered!!

The fabulous Fashion Pony are an award winning online fashion boutique specialising in delivering unique and cutting edge fashion from independent and emerging designers. On the night guests will be made to feel welcome as always and can expect a 10/10 catwalk showcasing only the best. You can expect to see the amazing Bo Carter Leeds Retail Best Designer Winner of 2011, Best Vintage in Leeds, Bird Shell and the up and coming innovative latex designer Eustratia.

Victoria Reddington, Fashion Pony Company Director said: “We are extremely proud and excited to be the headline sponsors of Vau Vau, the ultimate Leeds event for Fashion and Fundraising. We pride ourselves on being a fashion forward company which provides a platform for fresh and innovative design talent, which is in great keeping with the concept and ethos of Vau Vau.”

In addition to the catwalk show, there will also be an exciting art and fashion market, consisting of up to 30 stalls selling everything from vintage clothing and alternative accessories, to custom graffiti canvases. Pleasingly all products are ethically sourced and no real fur features in the show. In addition work by the best of Leeds fine art and photography students will be available for purchase, so keep those eyes peeled!!

Event/Ticket Information:


Doors open at 7.30pm. There will be a reasonably priced bar.


Tickets are priced at £8, and guests are welcomed to make additional donations, available from:


Dusty and Dylan (on Otley Road Headingley)

Rebel Pin Up (on New York Street)

Paper Dress (on New York Street)

Best Vintage (on New Market Street)

Or email          OR


For further information feel free to contact either:

Victoria Reddington ( or Nadia Burgess (

T: 0113 3944 128

Or visit:!/events/141271342651753/

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