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I'm the owner, creator and fashion buyer for Catwalk Creative, an on-line dress agency and vintage clothing boutique based in the UK http://www.catwalkcreative.co.uk. You can also purchase merchandise from my eBay store. Hope you'll take a look as stock is changed weekly. If you see something you love, buy it now or cry forever!
When I'm not sourcing out the best vintage merchandise around, I'm taking photographs and writing about it. I love wearable vintage pieces that work every day, everywhere. I'm a member of the Vintage Fashion Guild (VFG) which is an international organisation for vintage fashion professionals. I'm also a member of The eVintage Society, one of the best destinations on the web for vintage resources.
I'm always on the look-out for the best quality, lightly-used clothing around and try to keep my prices as affordable as possible, making it accessible to as many people as possible.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I love to write and I'm interested in people so blogging is a natural outlet for me. My blog is about more than vintage fashion alone and I like to include all sorts of creative topics from the latest catwalk trends and designer biographies to interviews with creative people in business. So, if you're looking at setting up in business you might just pick up a few tips! I hope you'll take a regular look at what's going on in the world of Catwalk Threads and subscribe to my blog or contact me to do an exchange link. I'm always happy to meet new people so don't be shy - just get in touch.
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