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About us

We are a collective of artists and makers

whom aim to think about creation delicately using natural processes.

This online marketplace is our offering to you

Yrsa Daley Ward Writer - Bone, The Terrible, Actor - World on fire, Model - Gucci, Valentino. @yrsadaleyward 

NVW - Not very well Zhi Holloway formally Zoe Holloway designs for @notverywellclothinglabel notverywell.co.uk recycled articles of apparel available for cold hard cash £$\ trade|cryptocurrency not very well is about contradiction in life, telling stories in a one-sided way my own personal story alongside, collaborating with other people's stories to better understand one another. Key point to the brand is re-use, recycle products and re-custom, many one off pieces, jackets, tshirts, tops or sets. Repeat pieces, open tied trousers, paneled boxer shorts & baseball tops. I love the advances in cash. (ocean plastics, color changing fabrics, VR model, 3D printed clothing), wearable tech(google glasses, Jacquard and wireless payment chips) the ability of using apps E and M commerce. 

outgroup | music and visual production, clothing and graphic design for artists in the out group | currently stocking fearnss' releases and exclusive merch along side original sustainable outgroup clothing | insta: @the_outgroup @fearnss

Hues (Dennis & Mujib NSG) @officialhues

I live by the sea. Made in England By Ley Holloway based on the North Devon coast, the sea is both a source of materials and inspiration for the designs. Using sea glass, beach ceramics, vintage and modern beads, vintage lace and recycled jewellery, the pieces are unique and entirely hand made. The beading techniques used are needle weaving methods using mostly brick stitch. This is a time consuming method, where each bead is attached one at a time using needle and thread, resulting in a 'fabric' made from beads. The sea glass and other materials used for the pendant pieces have mounts made by stitching beads tightly around them onto a backing material. Almost all the pieces have a leather backing. More recently Ley has begun to make pieces from a copper with silver fused to it's surface, as well as silver clay. Ley is happy to make pieces to commission, either using a piece of sea glass you have yourself or a piece from her collection. Ley is also very open to any ideas you might have for jewellery that are within her skills to make. Perhaps a bridal piece made from offcuts of fabric from the bride's dress. 

Bike up knife down no ends just friends.

A fleur de piel perfume Made in Barcelona by perfumista Alberto Fernandez@afleurdepiel.perfume

The Field artist Lauren Craig flower essences, floral design, consultancy.