If you haven’t yet decided on your prom or graduation outfit, why not take advantage of our 10% discount on all online orders* placed before midnight on the 31st May.
You don’t have to be celebrating anything to order though – the offer purely means you can save on all the FairyGothMother and Lulu and Lush items you adore
(*excludes sale, special offers, clearance items, gift vouchers. Discount applied before shipping costs.)
Here are some lovely pictures from the FairyGothMother catwalk show on Monday afternoon, where we showed off the latest dresses and corsetry ensembles added to our boutique as well as the new collection from our in-house label, Lulu and Lush.
Above: Christiane models a baby blue and white ‘Stella Flared’ ’50s dress by Collectif over a white ’50s-length petticoat. Then we have the new Nautical dress, available soon on the website. Morgana arrives on the catwalk in the Lulu and Lush ‘Alice in Wonderland’ corset, knickers and bustle and on the right she models the gorgeous ‘Audrey’ corset and skirt outfit by Eternal Spirits.
|Sneak Previews of the New Collection!
Here are a couple of pictures featuring more of the items in the Lulu and Lush ‘Alice in Wonderland’ collection which aren’t available to buy on the website yet, but will be very soon!
On the left, Christiane models the baby blue satin bra, matching blue satin tie-side knickers and a delicate negligee in baby blue spotted tulle.
On the right, Chrys shows off the ‘Alice in Wonderland’ girdle with matching nipple pasties and hosiery.
|The finale of the catwalk show and a group shot taken outside our favourite florist which is part of John Torode‘s The Luxe in Spitalfields, where Chrys poses in the centre in her full-length white tulle petticoat and halter-neck pink and white satin overbust corset by RDLF Corsets.
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If that’s not enough, we’ve even filmed it for you!
(the link is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dd4sytvihiQ in case it doesn’t work for you)
Thanks to all the models and to Old Spitalfields Market for putting on the event.
If you’re in London and love fashion, then this is your lucky week! Old Spitalfields Market (home of our lovely boutique and a trove of vintage shops, cocktail bars and market stalls) is hosting a week of catwalk shows, Swishing (a clothes swapping event which works on the basis that your trash will be another person’s treasure), an Alice in Wonderland themed party and lots more!
Red Hearts dress by Hell Bunny, at FairyGothMother
The schedule is as follows:
Monday 10th (that’s tomorrow!): We’ll be showing off our new Lulu and Lush collection on the catwalk as well as all the latest additions to the FairyGothMother website and boutique from between 12 and 2pm, so if you work/study in the City, Shoreditch or the surrounding area, pop down to see us at lunchtime.
The show itself is at 1.30pm, and we’ll be offering a 10% discount at the boutique all day!
Wednesday 12th: Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, along with a vibrant fashion show, 12pm-2pm. Also on Wednesday 12th, ‘Swishing’ is back by popular demand – Old Spitalfields Market will be putting on a Swishing event, where ladies can drop off their unwanted garments, shoes and accessories in the morning and return later in the day to choose someone else’s.
Swishing is clothes shopping, but with a twist – in Britain, we throw away more than two million tonnes of clothes a year, so swapping your unwanted items for someone else’s not only helps the environment but means you can take home some fantastic loot, guilt-free. Sounds like a winner to me!
If you’d like to take part, you’ll need to bring along at least one item of clothing, a pair of shoes or some accessories which are in excellent condition, for which you’ll receive a stamp. You can do this at the market between 7.30am and 9am. Come back at lunchtime (1pm-2pm) to browse the collection, and return at 6pm to ‘swish away’ to your little heart’s delight until the event closes at 6.30pm. Want to know more? The swishing.org website will tell you everything you need to know.
Hope to see you there! x
P.S. To make it easier to remember, click the link to add this event to your calendar.