28 October 2018

Assembly Market 17th-18th November - London

So excited to be taking part in the first Assembly Market this November in Stoke Newington London, joining a huge line up of amazing designers, makers and artists for the weekend. This event has been expertly curated by Jannine Newman the talent behind clothing label Under the cloth. She has poured her heart and soul into making this event a special one so I hope you can make it over and support some great home grown businesses.

I can't wait to share with you the Shibui wear collection to get your thoughts and feedback on the range, I will have a couple of rails with ready made wears hanging for you to try on, buy and take home.

Here is a small teaser of The Assembly Market line up:

Even if you can't attend it would be wonderful if you click through to the Independents above and show them some festive support. I've already made a "Christmas Wish list"of beautiful items I hope to purchase over the weekend for friends and family. Would love to hear what you have your eye on...

S h i b u i w e a r

Shubui objects appear to be simple overall but they include subtle details, such as textures, that balance simplicity and complexity. This balance of simplicity and complexity ensures that one does not tire of a Shibui object but constantly finds new meaning and enriched beauty that cause it's aesthetic value to grow over years.

The Japanese concept of Shibui fit so perfectly with my intentions for this collection, I wanted to share and celebrate with you the ideals that encompass this beautiful philosophy.

3 March 2018

Simplewear in Rutland

On a windy afternoon we took an arm full of Simple wears and headed out to Rutland Water, hoping to capture the garments in the natural environment that inspired the collection. 

Photography by Amira

23 January 2018

A warm hug from Rutland

Rutland, UK

Having the support of your local magazines has to be the most positive and encouraging way to know your neighbourhood has got your back... So it was a huge honour to have a two page article written up by Sally Stillingfleet and published in both Stamford Living and Rutland Living magazine. Both magazines I look to each month for all the local happenings.

We met up a few months back in the Lean Pantry in Oakham and had a really good chat over a hot coco and a slice of sugar free cake. Such a warm and welcoming lady that Sally is, I ended up pouring my entire life story without a moments hesitation.. She politely scribbled notes and kindly agreed on my views of how fashion had become all too fast and disposable. It was only later after I got home the vulnerability hangover set in and I desperately wished I could go back and filter all that I said. But after reading the wonderful write up, I needn't have worried! Sally totally understood my angle on fashion and presented the best looking article I feel has ever been written on Nadinoo thus far. So a whopping big thank you to Sally and Stamford/Rutland Living for the local exposure, it really put a pep in my step!

The fact that it made the cover of Rutland living was the cherry on the cake. I feel truly welcomed into this county, the smallest but best in Britain. 
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