October Roundup

Another busy month has passed and we'd like to share some of our favourite moments with you all!

Firstly, we were delighted to be featured on the wonderful lifestyle blog HomegirlLondon at the start of the month: 

"Laura’s designs will certainly brighten up any dull day!" - check out HomegirlLondon's page for the full feature and what we had to say about what it's like working and living in Glasgow as well as how the Laura Spring brand was founded.

Next up, we're happy to let everyone know we have been working away in the studio in anticipation of this year's biennial temporary shop by House of Voltaire, in London. In collaboration with HoV, we have produced some exclusive aprons made and designed by us using the HoV signature print that will be for sale at their temporary shop throughout November.

Here's a sneak preview of the fabric being printed... 


Supported by fashion-house Chloé, this year's shop boasts a rich mix of limited edition products, prints and specially commissioned homewares, clothing and accessories by leading contemporary artists and designers, in support of their renowned gallery and education programmes. You can visit their website for more information on this.

We are also working with Turner-Prize nominee Ciara Phillips to create a limited edition range of bags, available only at House of Voltaire. You'll have to keep an eye on our Instagram for some more sneak previews and behind the scenes glimpses of these limited edition ranges until they're launched on November 12th!

 

Left: O Right: Very (2012)  Both by Ciara Phillips

Lastly, a big thank you to everyone who visited us in Princes Square at the end of the month. We took part in a Pop-Up Shop in Glasgow's shopping hub from 30th October until 1st November alongside an eclectic mix of designers and makers based in Scotland. These included colourful bodycon pieces from Rebecca Torres, beautiful handmade false eyelashes from We are Faux, watercolour and floral inspired textiles from Bluebellgray, fairytale fashion from Naramode, bejewelled hoisery from BeBaroque, tropical printed clothing from Prints of Paradise, sparkling accessories from Rene Walrus and bold jewellery from Georgia Wiseman

Fellow textile designer Hilary Laing popped by to say hello, check out what she had to say about it on Kiltr's Scots Fashion Forum. If you missed us this time, look out for more Glasgow and London Pop-Ups throughout November and December.

 

                 Rebecca Torres (image courtesy of rebeccatorres.co.uk)

             

               Prints of Paradise (image courtesy of printsofparadise.co.uk)

                  

                         BeBaroque (image courtesy of bebaroque.com)

 

Look out for more upcoming events and news from us in November.


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