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This is the fashion label of Amy Molyneaux and Percy Parker, has become all the rage in London and around the world.
Amy Molyneaux was born in South Africa, raised in England and graduated from Central Lancashire University in 1999, where she studied fashion. Percy Parker was reared on the Isle of Wight and graduated from Royal Holloway in 1993 with a degree in history and politics. As fate would have it, the two were introduced through a mutual friend and as the tired cliche goes -the rest is history.
The two launched their fashion label in 1992. The style is often referred to as punky, rock-n-roll with a bit of whimsy. Their signature designs include the Gabriel bag and skinny jeans. There is a strong influence from 1950/1960's fashion in this label. It is a combination of the art and music world.
Their label includes clothing for men and women, but cater to women, as they have clothing for all occasions along with accessories especially for their women clientele.
For those interested in shopping you may consider the following sites that carry this label.
If you are in London visit the one of their pop up stores:
The Jackdaw Store
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The impression that I get from a cursory blog search is that the cool factor for this brand is dialed up sky high. It just shows you how things have changed. Growing up, I also thought that a cool fashion sense was geographically identified with places like Paris, Milan, New York or Toyko. London I always identified with stodginess, stiff upper lips, bad teeth, bad food and bad weather. Hope I didn't offend anyone with that. But now things are different. Under "Cool Brittania", and celebrities like Kate Moss, Sienna Miller, Guy Richie, etc., now places like London are now seen as hip. My understanding that it was also this way in the Sixties that I was too young to be clued into that. Apparently this brand is also part of what makes London cool, given that they seem to be the current arbiters of style. If you were tired of seeing matte lipstick, you have them to thank for the death of that trend.
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