The Soho bib apron. Frost/Grey colour. The perfect combination of edgy fashion and forward-thinking functionality. Featuring a contrast color block, buttoned neck strap, reinforced stress points and two patch pockets. Perfect for any kitchen, cafe or restaurant.
Features dropped shoulders for a more relaxed fit, contrast stitch pocket, double french seam shoulders, and a hidden "Take Me Everywhere" message on the inside hem. #slowfashion #fairtradefashion #merinowool #sustainablefashion #ethicalproducts #basictees #tshirt
The Batik Boutique -- founded to help single mothers in Southeast Asia. TBB pays fair wages to all of the women we work with. Additionally, they put a portion of proceeds back into their community in Southeast Asia. So far they have supported projects at a local orphanage, provided school uniforms for local families, assisted with transportation needs of a seamstress’s family, and donated products to an international women’s group who supports wives of prison inmates.
Crackerjack - A long-term children's programme (started in 1955 and ran until 1984) filmed live, with an audience mainly consisting of cubs, scouts, girl-guides and brownies in full uniform and energetic kiddies all crammed into a Shepherd's Bush theatre. The show was meant for eight to ten-year-olds, but one of the great strengths of the show, was that it never played down to the audience just because they were young. As a result, Crackerjack appealed to an audience of all ages.