Visit our online shop and snap up a great Christmas gift a one off recycled mixed chain bracelets £14-16.. bargin! Just click on the title and it will take you straight to the shop!
Saturday, 13 December 2008
Wednesday, 10 December 2008
Oh no the pressure of Christmas shopping is on, why not pop down to see us at the Eco Design fair on 13th December 12pm -7pm and 14th December 11am - 7pm at the Boiler House, The Old Truman Brewery, 152 Brick Lane, London E1 6RU to buy some ethical products in a relaxed atmosphere... come say hello!
See you there!
Friday, 5 December 2008
We will be at the 2008 Bust Christmas Craftacular, pop down and say hello and see some great Christmas treats for you loved ones!
Shop, dance and be Merry! Bust magazine brings you an all-day, all night shopping and music extravaganza featuring the nations hottest DIY talent. Down some drinks as you learn to craft and listen to DJs while you browse the handmade wares, from jewellery and clothing to home decor and cards.
Don't miss : Lern to stitch and knit//Tatty Devine Craft Clinic!// DJ sets from Vinyl Vendettas, Golden Silvers, Shellac Sisters and Shelia B!// Goodie bags for the first 100 attendees, raffle and more! Admission: £2
Wednesday, 19 November 2008
Fashioning the Future Nov 08 at London College of fashion.
We were lucky enough to be included in this event, the catwalk show featured sustainable outfits created by finalist from a competition run by the event alongside established ethical designers.
The event marked the beginning of the Summit where leading figures within the industry debated solutions to some of ethical fashion's most difficult and pressing problems regarding its future stability.
The image on the left is finalist Rachael Cassar's deconstructed collection.
The image on the right created by Sublime magazine features one of our red ribbon leather necklaces with other ethical brands featuring Fin, Junky Styling, Osklen, and Beyond Skin. This outfit was put together by Io Takemura a stylist from Sublime.
The full report of the event and images can be seen on BBC's Thread Website
Thursday, 6 November 2008
Just want to say thank you to Ethanie Robertson, who has written a lovely piece on our company in wired for style an online magazine categorised under the fantastic 5 section . A great magazine publishing new and emerging talent, great!
Image styled by Io Takemaura , Photography James Frew
Copyright kirsty kirkpatrick 08 Over sized ss/09 necklace
New winter necklaces available at our newest stockist, Covet, London. This design led boutique is full of beautiful hand made fashion, accessories and objects including our wine box bangle necklaces, vintage ribbon and wooden necklaces and the distributor of our unique printed leather coiled necklace.
Thursday, 2 October 2008
I am launching my new couture collection and full ready to wear accessory collection into Emmeline 4 re new ethical boutique in W1
Emmeline and the Salvation Army have come together to launch London's most central ethical boutique, which is launching on the 9th October. With a Mad Hatters tea party and Alice in Wonderland fashion show from 6.30pm. The fashion show will take place in Hanover Square. For those making a night of it, there will be an after party in Soho with all the Mad Hatters Cocktails you can imagine!
If you would like to be added to the guest list please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
Woven belt necklace a/w 08 copyright UBRA kirsty kirkpatrick
Thursday, 11 September 2008
Check out Living North Magazine this month as our one piece from our belt necklace collection has been lucky enough to be featured. (see below) Photography by Alex Leonheardt, Stylist Io Takemura, clothes by Ada Zanditon and Jasper Garvida.
Woven brown and cream feathered belt necklace winter 08 necklace collection. This collection will be available from the emmeline4re ethical boutique W1 London , opening October 9th 2008. More details to follow...
Wednesday, 27 August 2008
Wine box multi circles
This necklace is with a jasmine flower print in bright green. Riveted with waste navy and dark green leather, constructed with recycled vintage chains.
Wine box multi circles mustard ribbon necklace...
Copy right kirsty kirkpatrick 2008
Wednesday, 18 June 2008
Eco-Fashion and Design Event - During London
Sustainability Weeks 2008
Tear yourselves away from the idea of eco-fashion
being all about cotton basics, casual wear and
t-shirts; Eco Design Fair and amoosi have teamed up to
create an exciting event to prove that eco-fashion can
also be incredibly stylish, glamorous and
This high end, eco fashion event will provide the
perfect sustainable design shopping experience: 25
design stalls, selling fashion and fashion
accessories, childrens' clothing, natural bodycare
products, home accessories, lighting, cards and gifts.
Live acoustic music and DJs.
Date: Thursday 19th June
Time: 5-9pm (fashion parade 8pm)
Venue: Candid Arts, 1st Floor, Torrens Street. Angel
Admission: £2 on door - includes complementary glass
of wine and fashion show.
Wednesday, 30 April 2008
Kirsty Kirkpatrick is a recycled jewellery and accessory designer who has joined the 'revamp collective' in creating a unique range of garments and accessories recycled from stock donated to Cancer Research UK shops.
Fashion that challenges the waste of the fashion industry while providing an environmentally and socially conscious alternative to high street ‘carbon’ cut outs. As designers we provide an alternative to globalized manufacturing.
visit us all at revamp
The Revamp Spring/Summer collection is available to buy at the Cancer Research UK Shop at 24 Marylebone High Street, London.
Wednesday, 16 April 2008
chunky grey and yellow beaded poppy necklace © kirsty kirkpatrick 2008
printed poppy vintage ribbon necklace © kirsty kirkpatrick 2007- 2008
Monday, 4 February 2008
Wednesday, 2 January 2008
Uncommonly beautiful recycled accessories will be selling at Brixton fRocks deluxue sample sale times are -
Private view Friday 11 January 2008 6 – 8pm
Sample sale 12 and 13 January 2008
Opening times Saturday and Sunday 10am – 6pm
020 7738 7841
London Printworks Trust will be hosting its annual deluxe sample sale, Brixton fRocks, in January 2008. This event has proved hugely successful in the two years it has been running, so will be returning in the New Year to chase away those post-Christmas blues and offer buyers fantastic bargains from many of the UK’s leading fashion, interior and accessory designers including Eley Kishimoto, Peter Jensen, Emma Cook, Linda Florence and Dawn Dupree.
London Printworks Trust is a registered charity which aims to promote contemporary and experimental printed textiles. It offers a range of services which combines textile print facilities, small scale production, reprographic facilities, exhibitions, educational activities and professional development. It is used by over 300 practitioners including many high profile designers including Jonathan Saunders, Linda Florence and Zandra Rhodes.
UK’s top fashion labels Eley Kishimoto, Peter Jensen and Emma Cook’s highly sought after brands will be selling at the January event, offering buyers a chance to snap up their distinctive clothing at unbelievable prices. Fashion lovers can also splash out on Perfectly Flawed London, Michelle Lowe-Holder, Jessica James, Girl Gang and Bezem y Mailan. Baby wear will also be available from Indigo and men’s wear from Linda Florence, me&mynan and Peter Ibruegger.
Stylish yet affordable home wares will be on sale from Linda Florence – best known for her intricately hand-made wallpaper; Dawn Dupree, Samantha Warren, Helen Minns and Perry + Perry, all of whom will be selling ranges of their work including wall pieces, lampshades, cushions, tea towels and aprons.
Accessories are brought to you by Florrie, designers and makers of Brighton’s exclusive lambs wool knitwear and Uncommonly Beautiful Recycled accessories, producers of beautifully handcrafted recycled jewellery.
Brixton fRocks aims to promote design-led work to new audiences and to give Londoners an opportunity to buy exclusive work direct from the designers. There’s something for everyone at every price level.