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AST (All Small Things) is inspired by interior and fashion trends with the aim of offering a range of quality goods with practical use and unique chic.
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Recycling reduces landfill and as we know 'new' doesn't necessarily mean better quality.
In fact, we know buying pre-owned offers equal quality, saves money and the environment too!
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The new home for all our vintage things
Indoor exotic prints patterned with large-fronded ferns. Wallpapers bursting with big cats, crocodiles and mischievous monkeys, this season it’s all about Palm Springs-meets-Ibiza eclectism – perfect for those looking for some exotic escapism.
The totally tropical trend is everywhere, and perhaps a bit too all-encompassing for its own good.
LA-based designer and blogger Justina Blakeney on her immensely popular, fun-loving blog thejungalow.com about boho living, she offers decorating tips on how to handle “colour, pattern and plants”.
Probably the most inspiring way to incorporate Pantone’s colour of the 2017, “Greenery” – a fresh yellow-green that apparently “evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew”.
It’s a tricky shade to embrace in interiors, so channel it here in the form of large scale botanical prints.
Yet more evidence that the world of fast fashion is heeding the call of sustainability, the ASOS Africa line touts eco-credentials.
The items are made by SOKO, a clothing manufacturing unit based in a wildlife sanctuary in Kenya.
It’s a factory built on fair trade principles with the aim of providing local people with secure employment.
This jumpsuit is part of a collaboration between the ASOS Africa range and Chichia, a London-based label owned by designer Christine Mhando.
£65, ASOS Africa x ChiChia from asos.com.