We're an online bimonthly magazine and we are all about showcasing what's worth checking out. Our goal is to offer an insight into the creative world of all things fashion and art related. In other words, you're in the massive digital filing cabinet of fashion.
Photography: Laura Cockburn x The Clothes Maiden

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The Clothes Maiden magazine is an independent online platform that showcases and celebrates emerging talent from all around the world. Our aim is to show you awe-inspiring editorials that gets our hearts beating and our pulse racing.
Photography: Maddy Lucas x The Clothes Maiden

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The Clothes Maiden was founded in 2008 with the aim of showcasing the work of up-and-coming and small town fashion designers. Each issue works with fashion journalists, along with illustrators and photographers.
Photography: Victoria Art x The Clothes Maiden

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Dreams of Norway A/W’14: Nymph

Jewellery label, Dreams of Norway consists of designer duo Nina Einarsen and Iselin Strømsvåg and together they create unique jewellery in materials such as silver, steel, copper and rough stones such as pyrite and quartz crystals. Dreams of Norway balance their design between the rough and the fine, the masculine and the feminine, the soft […]

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Cheer Up Clothing A/W’14: Sail

  A new item of clothing always succeeds to cheer you up, whether it’s shoes, or a dress – fashion brand Cheer Up has just launched its latest lookbook, entitled Sail and we’re ogling over every piece for autumn/ winter. The founders of this brand are two best friends that were united by their love for music and […]

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Eclectic Eccentricity: Lady Liberty

Liberty. You know it. The one monosyllabic word oozes visions of delectable florals and brightly coloured graphic prints. You’ve been in their store before, spending hours gazing at all the shiny pretty things and dreaming of a land far away filled with all things Liberty. Well now you can wear a little’ bit of ol’ Liberty on your wrists. Indie design-led […]

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Book review: Stitched Up – The Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion

Stitched Up is far from your traditional fashion tome: for starters, the two quotes acting as the foreword of Tansy E Hoskins’ debut work, Stitched Up: The Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion, have more to do with philosophy and political ideology than Fashion Week and Miuccia Prada. Though insights into the fashion industry form the foundation […]

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How Do I Save The World by ru:jk: The wardrobe staple

If you’re looking to buy some new threads we have a treat in store today for you, let us introduce to you How Do I Save The World, by Riley Uggla (Made in Chelsea star) and her business partner Jonny Kaberry, who recently launched their first fashion venture together — the unisex collection consists of super […]

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Jennifer Loiselle: Tissage

Jennifer Loiselle is an Australian born, UK based handmade accessories designer with a penchant for statement pieces incorporating unexpected combinations of materials and techniques. Jennifer’s path to designing and creating jewellery and accessories was not a straightforward one, taking her from writing and styling for national newspapers in Australia, India and Japan before landing in London […]

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Waters & Army A/W’14: Uniform for individuality

New York based, Waters & Army recently presented their autumn 2014 collection and for all you guys out there, this is the new label you should be in the know about. Detailed updates to classic silhouettes include the all over embroidered coaches “Drops Jacket” and the quilted nylon bomber “Look Out Jacket”. On the more technical […]

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WTB Vintage: Top picks

It’s all about rare vintage finds today as we discovered WTB Vintage and their Aladdin’s cave of treasures and one of a kind vintage. From tribal Aztec prints to floral slouchy shorts, we are in love with this Polish vintage brand. Ranging from as little as £9, you’re in for some treats.  When are floral accessories not in? […]

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