Weekend catch up!!

Posted by Zoe Fletcher on Monday, October 5, 2009
A big part of my weekend has been taken up with exploring with friends from back home (I loved the excuse to be really touristy for a couple of days and just wander about!!) So heres a whole host of pictures from a very busy couple of days...

I thought this was a great idea for inner city London!!

Central Perk pop up cafe next to Carnaby Street was absolutely rammed on Saturday...so we decided to pass on that one!!

Brick Lanes Pop Up Sunday Market had a lovely range of small independent designers stalls as well as vintage and retro furniture!

We went for a great night out for a friends house warming/birthday party...interestingly decorated heehee!

We popped into the V&A to see the Fashion Futures Exhibition for The Royal College of Art...they had some amazing collections and the curation of it was lovely...I'll post more pictures soon!

We stumbled upon this lovely shop window exhibition in Knightsbridge ...they had plate covers and hand-knitted sandwiches which were ace!

A really quaint street entertainer with beautiful music that drew you into the performance...

Pop up Religion shop just at the top of Brick Lane...it had a great mixture of clothing and accessories in a mish mash lovely way...Sleep needed now I think...and back to the books!!



Zoe Grace Fletcher Currently undertaking a PhD at Manchester Metropolitan University within the MIRIAD post-graduate department, I am beginning a practice based academic journey into British wool fibres and new technologies within knitwear design. Graduating with Distinction from a Masters in Fashion and the Environment at London College of Fashion, specialising in hand-knitting and the British Wool Industry, I have worked on a number of knitwear collections (personal and external companies), whilst freelancing and researching for a number of exciting projects. My work revolves around the idea of sustainable fashion from a knitted perspective and the different ways to achieve this incorporating the ideas of slow fashion into mainstream society. I love knitting. And wool. And double sided sticky tape.
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