We are so pleased to have one of our most popular traders, Meeni back for the September 24th. Madeline is a multidisciplinary artist working with visual artwork, craft, music, soundworks and sometimes dance.
Using a variety of materials and working in different media, Madeline likes to use thrifted and vintage materials and reuses and recycles whenever possible.
In addition, Madeline makes jewellery incorporating her own handmade glass beads. Ask Madeline to show you what takes your interest at the next Birmingham Vintage Festival or have a look at her website
A fashion and textiles graduate from Winchester School of Art, Sam Budgen set up Grandma Chic after interning with ethical fashion label From Somewhere. Inspiration is taken from vintage fashions, particularly 1930s and 40s and from the music and culture from that era.
Of course there is a nod to on stylish Grandma! For more information see the website or come and visit the stall at Birmingham Vintage Festival on September 24th.
Another wonderful newcomer to the join the Birmingham Vintage Festival family, Dress Your Soul mix vintage with contemporary and old with new to create your own style, as they say 'from the soul'.
For more info, see their website or come and visit their stall at Birmingham Vintage Festival on 24th September
Of course no event will be complete without them and they are back keeping traders and visitors warm and refreshed with the finest coffee available in the city.
No day is complete without Urban Coffee Co. More infomation here
In addition, they teach enthusiastic crafters to make a huge variety of products from their quirky studio in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter:
- Clasp purse
- Tote bag
- Laptop sleeve
- Jewellery & beading
- Cushion cover
- and the new Close-Knit knitting club!
More on CoW workshops here