January 5, 2009

2009 Trends

Happy New Year everyone! Our tree may be gone and our tins of Roses may be empty (we’re now back on our good old daily Wispa run)…but our festive spirits are soaring high thanks to the wonderful Ruby Warrington, who was lovely enough to feature two of our clients in this year’s first ever issue of Sunday Times Style.

Chinawhite gets the top spot in the ‘Going Out’ guide, so watch out for the new club which will re-open this Summer.

Our two cartoon rock goth chicks, Scarlett & Crimson, are listed next to Suri Cruise, Emily Blunt, Sally Hawkins and Georgia May Jagger as two girls to talk about this year – which is incredible, seeing as they’re the only two non-humans to get a plug in this illustrious trend guide. As Ruby says, S& C are ‘leading the anti-Bratz revolution’…and they don’t look like they’ve had any surgery, which is quite an achievement for a ‘toon in this day and age…think about it…!

Even more excitingly on the Scarlett & Crimson front, we’ve just taken delivery of the 300 x hand finished limited edition vests that have been created by iconic Brit rock fashion designer Robert Cary-Williams. Each vest (there are four designs in all) have been inspired by the original Scarlett & Crimson drawings by Ged Backland. Skulls and crossbones, ornate keys and butterflies with skull shaped bodies all feature in the artwork..and the vests truly do look amazing. They will be going on sale in Coco Ribbon, KJ Laundry and The Laden Showrooms from February 2009 to coincide with London Fashion Week and we’re delighted to say that we are working with the wonderful Alice Wilson and the Le Bisou team to throw a roof raising Scarlett & Crimson party at Raffles on Wednesday 18th February. Guest list enquiries can be made to info@goldengoosepr.com. More to come later…Robert Cary-Williams is hosting, along with Scarlett & Crimson, who will be there in spirit.

Rock on!

P.S More to come on the glam rock make-up range that Millie Kendall and Ruby Hammer are creating for Scarlett & Crimson soon….

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