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Corinthia Hotel London has awakened our interest in all that is green fingered, something we never thought would happen!

#TooCute #RHSChelsea

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The Popup series kicks off today with everything you need to know about popups shops; from owning one, participating as a brand in one and purchasing from them as a customer.

Some popups look so slick you'd swear it was a permanent store while others make rookie mistakes that stop customers from purchasing (and they don't even know they're doing it!).

Part 1 - What no-one ever tells you about running a popup shop

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Check out our latest featured collections including:

Helen Ruth scarves
Rebecca Torres swimwear
Emma Cochrane cushions
Tir Dhaimh scarves

W.E. are your destination for the independent fashion and lifestyle brands you won't find on the high street.

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Our latest blog post is focused on a day at the races & with Ascot on the horizon, it's time to stand out from the crowd, wearing creations from the cream of independent design talent.

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New Arrivals

The Eponymous A-Z continues with H for Helen Ruth, perfectly timed to coincide with the new collection launch, 'Field Notes'.

Helen Ruth scarves are truly something special. They often begin as hand drawn pen and ink illustrations before the finished artwork is digitally evolved into a finished scarf of many intricate layers and details.

Helen is a Gray's School of Art graduate and her award winning brand draws attention from all over the world.

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Enter our #WEBeauty giveaway and you could win a Homespa Beauty prize & W.E. mystery gift to keep you looking and feeling awesome!

Like our page plus the Homespa Beauty page, share this giveaway and leave a comment with your preferred dress size to be in the mix to win - simples!

Usual terms and conditions apply and entries will close midnight Friday 26th May 2017.

We'll select the lucky winner at random and contact them shortly after.

Good luck!

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We confess, the Eurovision Song Contest has always been a guilty pleasure for us and tomorrow night will be no exception!

We're feeling a little Eurovish social media party might be on the cards tomorrow night (just need to arrange the virtual prosecco and we'll be good to go!).

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The Eponymous A-Z continues with G for Glendinning Designs.

Multi-award nominated Canadian/Scottish artist and designer Gail Glendinning has created a beautiful 100% silk scarf collection, developed and produced in the UK.

Using her artistic talents as a character designer, Glendinning Designs has produced an original and fun range which will spark attention and attract admiration through clever use of bright colours, characterisation and skilled design.

Using silk as the canvas, this brand has successfully blended art and fashion with fabulous results.…/glendinning-designs

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The Eponymous A-Z arrives at G for Girl Meets Brush.

Girl Meets Brush is an innovative and beautifully produced product range from celebrity make-up artist Lynne Mills, focused on making makeup application simple.

The debut range consists of 12 essential make-up brushes for use by professionals and non-professionals alike. These vegan friendly, super soft and expertly designed tools make application of any product a breeze.

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Let's kick off the new week and continue our Eponymous A-Z with some beautiful new arrivals in the form of Emma Cochrane designs.

Emma is a surface pattern designer and illustrator who uses her skills to design via many mediums; painting, drawing and printing to name but a few.

A multi-award winning creative, she channels her boundless energy into her fun and vibrant designs, taking totally random objects to make interesting works of art. Often inspired by the outdoors, Emma's inspiration for this collection of lampshades, bags and cushions ranges from as far and wide as Scotland to South America.
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