I know it’s not really t-shirt weather (and that’s an understatement), but if you are planning ahead or spend a lot of time indoors, then you might like to know that this 1970s Batwing logo t-shirt has been reissued by Levi's Vintage Clothing.
While the Biba range at House of Fraser has proved to be highly successful, they're a different beast to the original incarnation of the brand in the 1960s and 70s under Barbara Hulanicki. This new HoF Biba logo beach towel harks back to those golden years.
All the big brand designers have mastered the art of logos and branding, but few have formed such an immediate identity as Parisian masters Chanel. From Coco's beginnings, the brand has stayed true to a classic and timeless aesthetic, and many vintage pieces are making their way back into circulation.
From Susan Caplan Vintage, these Chanel stud earrings are just one pair of many genuine vintage gems sourced by the high end vintage line. Dedicated to bringing consumers pieces from the most sought after brands from the 20th century, what these pieces lack in jumble sale pricetag they make up for in timeless style.
These earrings retail at £415 from Matches Fashion. More from Susan Caplan Vintage is available on the site.
With sunshine forecast for the next few days, now's the perfect time to invest in this Heal's H Logo deckchair.
It uses a traditional deckchair design but, if the pattern on the fabric looks familiar, cast your mind back to the 1958 poster reproduced as part of their bicentenary range. With its bright and colourful graphic, it'll look perfect in a sunny garden.
Even better is that it's in the sale, currently reduced in price to £75.
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In an age of corporate blandness it's nice to be reminded of attractive logos, the one shown in the print above being a pretty attractive example. It's the logo for Marilyn Neuhart's Hand Press which is now being sold as a print in its own right by House Industries.
The Hand Press was launched in 1957 by Marilyn and John Neuhart as a small printing business. Appropriate to the name, the logo uses various blocks to make up the shape of a hand, apparently made on Marilyn's own hand.
The House Industries' version is also hand-printed and costs $35.
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