London has this bubbly energy you can’t defeat. And when it comes to fashion meeting culture, the British capital is massive.
We’ve recently met Tess Rees for a secret project (we swear we’ll share the secret soon 🙂 ) and we’ve discovered a very interesting designer. Student at Central Saint Martins, Tess is a Fine Artist who says that she “creates fun clothing for the fanciful“.
Something we’re very, very keen to buy as we think that fashion can change the world. And that smiling and dreaming should be written in the fashion Bill of Rights.
“All pieces are 100% lovingly handmade, unless otherwise stated as vintage and all fabrics are sourced in London. All tops are one size only at the moment, this size fits a Size 10 snugly and a Size 8 loosely. As well as producing handmade clothes, Tess aims to find and sell vintage clothes at affordable prices. About 75% of the vintage pieces are found in Charity shops. So whilst spending your money in our online shop you can have peace of mind in knowing you have made a donation to a worthwhile cause.“
How do you create “fun” clothing? Do you need to enter a specific state of mind?
Where does your inspiration come from?
Your T-shirt can give a super-power to a customer: what is it?
What’s next for your young brand?