At the recent Paris Spring/Summer 2017 Couture shows, designers once again successfully extinguished suggestions that such incomprehensibly expensive fashions are out-dated and have no place in today’s society. We will always crave escapism. We will always admire exquisite craftsmanship. Therefore, we will always need couture. Demonstrating his gifted approach to combining beadwork with soft or […]
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The Goodwood Revival is a paradise for petrol heads with a passion for vintage motorbikes, cars and aircraft…
Ok, admittedly, this is not an a-typical opening statement for a fashion blog. But the Revival is also a haven for style lovers too. Particularly those who enthuse about vintage looks.
On September 13th and 14th, I visited the Revival for a second time. Accompanied by eight family members and friends, there was something there to entertain us all. The Goodwood Revival is an annual celebration and commemoration of all that was popular and taking place during the famed race circuit’s heyday from the early 1940s to late 1960s. Revivalists ( as they are affectionately termed) are encouraged to attend the event in period looks and this is what particularly made the event appeal to me. Any opportunity to show how Gemma Redmond Vintage pieces would have been worn at the time of their manufacture is very welcome!
Now…there’s a question.
It was something that was asked of me on my recent trip to London. Not only did I visit the International Jewellery Show at Olympia, I also spent a week studying Fashion Journalism at LCF from 1st September 2014.
Between 31st August and 2nd September 2014, the International Jewellery Show took place at Olympia in London. It’s an unmissable feature in the calendar of those in the fine and costume jewellery trade, providing opportunities for buying, networking and learning. Gemma Redmond Vintage visited the exhibition to research all that is involved in the jewellery industry.