Look out ASOS – here comes Ophelia!

December 14, 2011 § Leave a comment


One of the things i love most about being involved with the fabulous new vintage brand ‘Ophelia & i‘ is that every once in a while i get to venture over to the other side of the camera for a bit of modelling, finding myself adorned in the amazing, hand-picked vintage pieces that make up their collections.


This shoot was particularly exciting as it was for their debut collection for ASOS marketplace. That’s right, they have moved camp over to ASOS and are currently showcasing their incredible ‘Reworked’ collection, demonstrating not only their fantastic eye for all things vintage, but unveiling hidden talents behind the sewing machine as well, creating pieces that are 100% unique and totally amazing! Only downside to being able to try everything on is that I now need them all in my life. Father Christmas if you’re listening…

You can check out the new store for yourselves here, where you will find all of the pieces shown below, plus many more, with a further load on their way just in time for Christmas! We recommend the amazing pink party dress, lovingly reworked by the Ophelia ladies with festive party bobbles – you can’t help but love it really…

If you have fallen in love at first sight then make sure you follow them on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date, not forgetting of course the Ophelia & i blog, all of which are filled with exciting info on the latest happenings at Ophelia headquarters.

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