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Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Secret Garden Party, the Big One, the one we all love and our partners in crime! We bring you THE selection, the mac-daddies of festival fashion - many wallets were emptied into very deserving designer hands. Thank you to all those who took part!

Tell Tails landed with us again, storming the festival with their eccentric tail designs

Key-Lime-Pie featured alongside the unstoppable Merrimaking

Dot Your Teas brought their brilliant collection of colourful studded clothing and pom pom accessories

Boutique Alter Ego joined us for the first time. Newly set up, they took the festival style by storm, and their sequined hooded leotards would've made even Kylie drool!

Jobee Jo sold out completely, not surprising for the designer who can make handmade felt bunny ears the sexiest must have accessory at the festival. So much so that one erotically dressed SGP lady could be seen mixing them with her vulcanized rubber catsuit - felt and rubber? that's a first!

As soon as Jobee's site is up and running we'll post it here, but in the meantime you'll find her with us again at Wilderness Festival - http://www.wildernessfestival.com/

We had the gorgeous designs and talent of Lizzie Burns aka EABURNS. Her incredible statement jewellery pieces were snapped up immediately. Watch this space for an amazing rising talent - 

Claire English came with her exclusive festival bubble blower necklace collection, a diffusion range from her successful collection at Selfridges. For more info find her here -

We featured a bit of Bling Deenie magic on the Concept Stall, you'll find her popping up again at Bestival with her explosive party dresses.

Bang Bang Crash joined us again with their handmade animal jumpsuits and hair accessories - festival funk in the bag!

Ali Wall - pictures just won't do her nifty fingers and vintage inspired gowns any justice. She is our official Vivienne Westwood. Anyone who stumbled into the Emporium at SGP will know her stall was the ultimate treasure trove and dress-up dream! 
With a website and shop on the horizon, please contact her, ali_wall@yahoo.com for more details

Josy Flo came with her festival staple - leather embroidered wait-belts and pouches


  1. just saw you have Plastic Seconds on your blog list, this is so sweet thank you so much! I bloody love the stuff you represent and hope I could afford joining - sometime soon I hope! X

  2. we do too! give us a heads up when you're ready, and we'll keep you posted with upcoming events. Stay in touch!