Featured Brand: Be-Bop-a-Lula

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Be-Bop-a-Lula was launched by Octavia O’Donovan; inspired by her love of stationery, design and sewing. She previously graduated with a degree in graphic design and went on to work for a number of design agencies in London.

With a growing collection of design-led greeting cards, homeware and accessories, every one of her items is carefully designed and handmade in London, using only the best quality vintage and UK-sourced materials. Read more

Featured Designer: Jenny Haytch

Featured Designer: Jenny Haytch

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The identity of Jenny haytch came about after, as she puts it,  “…had been applying for jobs and waiting for various aspects of my life to kick off a few years after graduating, and still nothing was really happening.”

 Needing to do something aside from job hunting to give herself a feeling of accomplishment at the end of day; some instant gratification.  And something that she could afford to do.  So she started drawing.

While having no intention of anyone really looking at it – it was months before she put anything publicly online but it seemed to go down pretty well.  I didn’t (and don’t) take it too seriously. Jenny tries to let her designs flow out as naturally as possible without bogging them down by overthinking them.


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Get her full spiel from her tumblr here: http://jennyhaytch.tumblr.com/

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And on twitter: http://twitter.com/jennyhaytch

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Featured Designer: Ros Shiers

Featured Designer: Ros Shiers

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Ros Shiers is an illustrator who designs typographic and illustrative prints and stationery. Her designs are available on a range of art prints, greetings cards, wrapping papers, wrapping tapes and notebooks.

Ros is inspired by uplifting words and phrases which she brings to life in her playful typographic prints. 
Ros’ love of drawing is clear in her detailed pencil studies of ice creams, cakes, perfumes, vintage cameras and her signature dog portraits collection. Her prints work beautifully alone and also look lovely hung in a group as your collection grows.

Ros works from a studio in her West London home with her beloved Puggle Bailey at her side. Her products and prints have been featured in various publications including Elle Decoration, Easy Living, The Telegraph and The Independent.

Her products can be found in stockists both in the UK and internationally and she can often be found at boutique markets and lifestyle events around London.

All Ros’ products are designed, printed and manufactured in the UK. The digital prints are printed by Ros, the Giclee prints by a small printer in Essex, the wrapping tapes are made in Lancashire, the wrapping papers and notebooks in Sussex and the greeting cards printed in Devon.

Ros also works on commercial and private commissions and has worked as a freelance illustrator since graduating with first class honours from Brighton University. Her clients have included Nokia, Ford, M&S, Stella McCartney, Quadrille, Hodder & Stoughton, John Murray Publishing, ES Magazine, 125 Magazine, Cent, Lula Magazine, Russian Glamour Magazine, The Big Issue and Quintessentially.


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See the whole collection on her website: http://www.ros-shiers.com

Connect with her on Twitter: @RosShiers

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Featured Brand: Amelia Parker

Featured Brand: Amelia Parker

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Upcycling; making useful and attractive new products from items commonly perceived to be rubbish, is now a big trend. Amelia Parker’s truly unique designs take this idea a step further by adding London and history into the mix.

The range features jewellery, accessories and print all made using fragments of clay smoking pipes carefully selected from the foreshores of the River Thames in London. Many of these fragments date back to the 1600s. They are used exactly as found, eroded and coloured by time and tide, and have not been trimmed to size, altered, or enhanced in any way.

The jewellery is made using specifically-chosen fragments which are graded by size, colour and shape to create attractive arrangements. Closely-matched ‘pairs’ become earrings or feature within symmetrical designs, and interesting single fragments with unusual shapes and patinations are selected for centre-pieces, unisex chokers or single drop pendants. Cufflinks and keyrings are also available.

Hand-made leather wallets and holders for smart phones, cards and spectacles, are created from old clothing and remnants and, as per the jewellery, every item is totally unique. Each one features a ‘trademark’ Amelia Parker clay pipe fragment toggle attached to a split ring so that keys or charms can be added.

Greeting cards feature Clay Pipe Pete and Smokey Joe on old maps of London (available as larger prints on request). More images for the printed range are in the pipeline(!) and these include London landmarks, animals and a clay pipe alphabet for personalised items.


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Grab a sneak peak of the brand here:

http://www.amelia-parker.com/

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@janeslondon

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Featured Designer: Victoria Mae Designs

Featured Designer: Victoria Mae Designs

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Victoria Mae is a London based surface designer specialising in printed pattern and illustration. Her designs have made their way onto numerous surfaces, mainly ceramics and stationery. Inspired by the different cultures and colours she is exposed to, Victoria Mae creates unique and charming designs for each ceramic, applies the digital designs by hand herself.

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Each piece is uniquely made and no two are identical. These are adorable, affordable and make beautiful gifts for loved ones.

Victoria Mae will feature limited edition pieces and present a new collection at Intrigue Emporium’s Summer Show.


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Visit her website at: www.victoriamaedesigns.com

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Featured Designer: Vera Vera On The Wall

Featured Designer: Vera Vera On The Wall

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Vera Vera On The Wall is colourful, contemporary and elegant with a traditional and sometimes vintage twist. The company’s roots are fine art and a focus on the quality and longevity of the work, but the vision is to make art much more accessible allowing people greater freedom and customization to design their homes and surroundings as they wish. The ethos behind her work is to provide maximum flexibility and choice to the customer as to how to decorate their world – from her signing her abstract artwork on the back (so that it can be displayed vertically or horizontally) to her working in series and with various colours allowing for maximum level of colour matching to a particular colour scheme.

Her company celebrates creativity in all its forms and seeks to beautify people’s surroundings. Vera Vera On The Wall is a small company with big dreams that wants to promoting colour and striking designs. Her aim is to inject some creativity, colour and fun to the home with my original artwork and limited edition fine art prints, original handmade stencils on vintage music paper, and most recently artistic greeting cards.

Vera Vera on The Wall will feature limited edition items as well as launching a new collection at Intrigue Emporium’s Summer Show.


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Visit her website at: www.veraveraonthewall.com

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Featured Designer: Madame Chalet

Featured Designer: Madame Chalet

Madame Chalet presents an eclectic range of gifts, cards and home-accessories for both children and adults. Her new collection includes greeting cards pocket mirrors, notebooks, cotton and canvas bags, travel card holders, wallpaper and height charts inspired by nostalgic Swiss culture.

Madame Chalet will feature limited edition pieces as well as her new collection in Intrigue Emporium’s Summer Show.


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Visit her website at: www.madamechalet.com

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Featured Designer: My Rosie Lee

Featured Designer: My Rosie Lee

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My Rosie Lee is an fledgling gift label with an absolute passion for surface design. Established in 2013 with their pink elephant mug and have grown from there continuing with more drinkware, bags, art prints and cushions in our unique style and are now offering a personal print service at selected events. Working from North and East London, the two friends Sarah-Jane and Liselle carefully source and design each item that comprises the range.

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My Rosie Lee will feature limited edition items and launch a new collection at Intrigue Emporium’s Summer Show.

Visit their website at: myrosielee.com

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You can shop their collections and meet them alongside 70 other independent designers and makers at our next event at Shoreditch town hall.

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