Buttercrumble’s Wearable Histories: Story-Telling Scarves Launch
Our dear friends over at Buttercrumble (Chloe and Abigail Baldwin) are launching a brand new project called ‘Wearable Histories,’ which is due to launch on the 19th April, and we are proud to be supporting their launch party event in Leeds, where our Founder and Director, George Taylor will be hosting and compering for the night!
Wearable Histories is a collection of luxury silk scarves which each tell a story based on vintage artefacts discovered in Yorkshire. The scarves will be introduced at the beautiful Just Grand! Vintage Tearoom in Leeds.
To celebrate, Buttercrumble (and Creative Industry Hub!) would love to personally invite you to their exclusive launch party. Not only will you be one of the first to view this new limited edition collection, but you’ll also be able to enjoy cakes, listen to live music and socialise with the designers.
Buttercrumble look forward to you joining in with the celebrations at the Wearable Histories Launch.
NOTE: The first 20 guests to attend the event will receive a Buttercrumble goodie bag. Be sure to collect your ticket here now in order to avoid missing out.
Chloe and Abigail form the creative design collective, Buttercrumble. They are twin sisters who were born and raised in the seaside town of Scarborough, before moving to the creative city of Leeds. Their mission is to make people smile through fun visuals. They produce quirky and whimsical designs inspired by the mid-century lifestyle.
We can’t wait to see you there.