Joseph a 21 yo musician from Sheffield. He lives there and he is visiting Edinburgh for the week-end. He sometimes shops on the internet but he got his jumper in a vintage store in Sheffield. Got the shoes in LA.
A busy Saturday afternoon on Princes Street delivers decadent Jane into my view. She is from New Zeland , trained in the field of Art History + Museum and Heritage. She moved to Edinbugh after having worked in the textile department of The National Museum back home. She favours charity shops but every now and then she takes advantage of the fact that she works in Armstrongs, a vintage clothing shop in the heart of the Old Town of Edinburgh. Shoes, Dress and Cape are from various charity shops. She got the boots on the internet, brought the hat from NZ and the hansome bag is by Disaster Designs.
Today’s must-have straight from the TellusFashion shop is the super edgy “Akkula Skirt” with stingray detailing from UK brand Kamola.
“Designer Kamola Malikova, graduated from one of Europe’s top fashion institutions, ‘Istituto Marangoni’ followed by a course at London College of Fashion in Media & Communication whilst also working for the likes of celebrity stylist Susan Hildebrandt. Kamola was born in Uzbekistan, Central Asia and spent her formative years aquiring a degree of a Bachelor of Arts from University of New York in Prague. Upon her graduation she moved to Moscow to pursue a successful career in advertising . However two years later she chose fashion as a new pathway and relocated to Milan to study and fully immerse herself in the realms of the fashion industry.
Kamola has spent the last three years since her graduation crafting her signature style and documenting her inspirations for her ﬁrst collection. Since the AW2010 collection runway show during London Fashion Week (Strand Palace Hotel) and Paris Fashion Week Rendez-Vous Femme exhibition the brand have attracted considerable interest from a notable selection of International Womenswear Buyers, and International Press. Kamola was featured as a Trendsetter in Tatler Russia’s May Issue and in an interview in the October issue.”
Love from the TellusFashion family
Today’s craving straight from the TellusFashion shop is this super cute canvas tote with fashion icon Twiggy on. The bag is from the Estonian brand KertiDesigns which describes the brands inspiration below:
“All of my prints are influenced by a more traditional style of drawing – photo realism – but also have elements of pop art. All the designs you see is my personal take on fashion, photography and the art of illustrations, I try to incorporate everything that I find inspiring.”
This fabulous tote can be yours for just 20€ by visiting KertiDesigns shop