Wednesday, 8 June 2011

LTD Edition Bags

Don't know if you remember these, but if you have one i would recommend that you keep a tight hold of it.
Back in February my good friend Lydia Leith designed a Royal Wedding sick bag. You'd probably have to have been hidden in a mine or something not to have heard about them.
Anyway, now that she's a celebrity, these limited edition hand screen printed RB carrier bags might be worth something in the future?
Were you lucky enough to get one?


A nice little 1960s shift dress, perfect for any summer occasion.... Providing the nice weather comes back obviously.


For avid followers you'll know that my bedroom is my favourite place of all time. Recently i had a little swap around and finally managed to find room for some of the old RB treasures that i would never sell, see what you can spot.

New Ditties

Hello, may i firstly apologise for the lack of updates of late, i've been completely rubbish and promise to end the blogging drought, so i hope you can forgive me. I also hope you're all well, successful, and enjoying whatever it is you're currently up to.
Just thought i'd post some pics of one or two of my favourite new things currently kicking back in RB.
1977 Ivory Rotary Telephone.

1980s Bally Shoes.

Totally Amazing 1950s Shorts (newly re-zipped).

1980s Jaeger Blouse.

Fashion designer Frederick Starke started his own label in the late 1920s and after the Second World War he opened his own showroom in Bruton Street. He was probably most famous for his designs for Honor Blackman on the hit 1960s TV Show 'The Avengers'.
The beautiful dress photographed above has been a tricky one for me to age, and could be anything from 1940s-1960s. What's nice about this piece is that it's extremely wearable and timeless in style. The fabric itself is in excellent condition and would look amazing on anyone come Autumn/Winter.