Hope you had an amazing Christmas, ate and drunk far too much and are now looking forward to NYE parties – where is everyone going? Olga and I are going to a 20s themed party in a secret location in London – we’ll tell you all about it!
Now, Freddie and Cinnamon have been going for a few months now and while designing our main collections we gathered a fair amount of samples and one-off pieces that never made their way to our website. Since January is a month of bargains, sales and all sort of clearance events we want to join in so we’ve just opened our eBay outlet, where you can buy some of our samples and prototypes at a fraction of their true price.
Here are some jewellery pieces you can find there:
Hello everyone! just wanted to share with you yet another photo project that left me in an awe! I think the project is best described by artists statement:
“Ruins are the visible symbols and landmarks of our societies and their changes, small pieces of history in suspension.
The state of ruin is essentially a temporary situation that happens at some point, the volatile result of change of era and the fall of empires. This fragility, the time elapsed but even so running fast, lead us to watch them one very last time: being dismayed, or admire, making us wondering about the permanence of things.
Photography appeared to us as a modest way to keep a little bit of this ephemeral state.”
Below is the selection of my favourite photos, you can see the entire collection and read more about the project here
London is one of the world’s fashion capitals, everyone agrees to that. It’s not only home to couture fashion, but also many cool, new, and upcoming trends in fashion and jewellery likewise! You can find there many independent designer jewellery boutiques, fun events celebrating contemporary jewellery designs (like London Jewellery Week), and venues dedicated to new jewellery designers (like Jewel East). Freddie & Cinnamon is a part of all that! Bringing to you London-based designer jewellery online.
We pride ourselves in being affordable designer jewellery brand delivering to you designs at up to 70% off typical designer price tag. How have we managed that? We keep an eye on current jewellery trends, create new jewellery designs that fit the bill and search for the most cost-effective way of bringing them to you. We work with global network of jewellers that help us in the process and make it all possible. We have no stores, no middle man, minimal overheads, and we just pass all benefits back to you! So make sure you have a look at our designer jewellery collection!
I recently stumbled upon these pictures – this is supposedly the comfiest cinema in the world. Instead of regular chairs it has these bean-baggy type, two seat sofas so people can cuddle without any obstacles.
This is one of the TGV Cinemas in Malaysia, known as the Beanie Plex. How do you like it?
However squishy and comfy it looks I’m not quite sure I would like to watch a movie there with my other half; he would definitely fall asleep in the first 15 minutes and that would be so much for a romantic, cuddly date. Should there not be cinemas where there are very uncomfortable seats that keep boyfriends/husbands awake all throughout the rom-coms and dramas with Diane Lane?
Spring /summer 2012 fashion has been very much inspired by everything that’s ethnic and tribal. We’ve seen exciting combinations of prints married up with a palette of whites corals and pale yellows. Seeing this amazing dress I thought: ” That’s a perfect urban
interpretation of the latest trends!” . Blue topaz jewellery is a fine match to this vibrant
outfit. Fun, colourful yet elegant – what do you think?
As some of you might have noticed, one of our favourite fields of art and expression is photography and we always try and share with you the best of what we come across. Today we’re sharing the amazing work of Little Shao, a photographer from Paris, who loves to capture dancers in many inspirational moments (almost like Edgar Degas 150 years ago!)
passion, fashion and the cool street vibe of these pics make me wish each photo is actually a still from a super energising dance musical like Step Up or good old Dirty Dancing!