Friday, 12 August 2011

The New Fashion & Accessories Passageway

Continuing our announcements of the new designers and companies showcased in this year's Arcade, we bring you the new Fashion & Accessories Passage.

With exclusive, sumptuous designs and meticulous craftsmanship, Norwegian born designer Aase Hopstock graduated from the renowned Cordwainers College in 2008 with 1st Class Honours. Her designs combine a 1940's aesthetic with glamourous detailing and an unusual mix of materials and colours.

Each shoe is carefully crafted at a small family-run, artisan factory in Elda, Spain and bears a stamp indicating each pair's exclusivity in the form of a serial number on the sole - we want each design!

If you like vintage style, get ready to immerse yourself into an addictive, ever changing collection of authentic vintage clothes.

Transporting the visitor back to an age of glamour, femininity and exquisite detailing, each item in Juno Says Hello's inventory has been sourced from around the world, selected for quality and originality.

The online boutique is a joy to browse with categories such as Mad Men Inspires, Red Carpet, Pool-side and Little Black Dress. They also offer a dress hire service for those special events, a party or a wedding perhaps?

What do you need to go with your Aase Hopstock shoes and a Vintage dress from Juno Says Hello? A bag from, Edinburgh-based company, Lilies and Dreams of course!

With an extensive range of eco-products, locally crafted designs and custom creations, each piece is carefully selected for those requiring a more distinctive addition to their wardrobe. Our favourite is the Steamline luggage, in particular the Aviator Stowaway in mustard.

In true, old-school style many of the items in the collection can be customised for a bespoke finish.

To view all these shops and their windows please click here to visit the Fashion & Accessories Passage.

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