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Accessories, cushions, knitwear, Mixter Maxter -

Knitwear brand Mixter Maxter is a luxury knitwear collection designed and created in Orkney, situated in the very north of Scotland within a small group of islands. This stunning knitwear collection of cushions & throws and dresses are all made using 100% Scottish lambswool and come in a bold range of colours and graphic patterns. Taken from the Scottish phrase for ‘a bit of a jumble', Mixter Maxter is a cacophony of colour and pattern realised in knitted lambswool. This Scottish knitwear brands collections of interiors, clothing and accessories, from designer Kirsteen Stewart are a brilliant addition to the IB.com site. We will be introducing their accessories, including gloves,...

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Bristol, IndependentBoutique.com, Victoria Le Marquand -

Welcoming Stanley Joseph Dowden to the world, born 16th March 2018 at St Michaels Hospital, Bristol weighing in at 7lbs 6oz.

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British, cufflinks, earrings, jewellery, necklaces -

The brilliant British jewellery brand Bug has just joined us at IndependentBoutique.com. We love this jewellery collection so much, we're so pleased to welcome Ellie the designer into the IB.com family.. so many beautiful and totally original pieces all handcrafted in her studio workshop in the famous Jewellery Quarter, in Birmingham, UK. From solid silver necklaces to cufflinks, earrings and bracelets in true Bug style. This Made in England collection has some of our favourite jewellery pieces we have ever seen... Below is her supercool video... enjoy!     

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Shop AVALANCHE JEWELLERY : How do you describe to people what you do and your design style? I design striking, bold jewellery. Edgy but chic. I want women to feel confident and empowered when they wear my pieces. What sort of comments do you get about your designs? Where can I get one of those?! What is your background? I grew up in rural Devon with two very creative parents who encouraged my brother and me to try our hands at all sorts of artistic activities. When I was a kid I was always making things, I had a woodwork...

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