Fabric of my Life.


greatly update

the great.ly team (who host my little online boutique) were in london last week and i was delighted to finally meet up with sarah, flora & griff following months of virtual conversations, at an intimate gathering of london-based tastemakers – plus a few designer/makers – at the super cool story deli in shoreditch.

as i mentioned in my earlier post, great.ly is a rather fantastic new online platform that connects independent designer/makers with bloggers (aka tastemakers) who curate their favourite finds online in their own storefronts. it was fantastic to connect with friends old and new at the get-together, and  we all bonded over slices of fabulous pizza washed down with jammy red wine (along with the most deliciously moreish brownies known to man!), happily chatting for hours about the wonderful world of blogging.

greatly london team

from left to right: alice, emma, marika, emily, geraldine, tiffany, xanthe, annie, will & moi ;)

seeing some of the fabulous products in the flesh for the first time was wonderful, as was chatting with some of the designer makers at the event (hello kyoko, joy & marika!). in fact, i had to run straight home and add a few new things to my store, i was that smitten!

so, i hope you like some of my recent additions: 1. navy dot cotton scarf 2. set sail nautical art print 3. man ray skinny vase 4. hello flamingo 8 card set  5. splendid! elephant notecard set 6. nova loafer 7. sampler pillowcase 8. expandable pop market tote

i’d love to hear what your favourite pieces are…

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