Even a humble pair of specs deserves a stylish home. Store your favourite vintage pair in this glasses case made by Sarah Waterhouse.
The cases are made from a printed cotton and hemp mix that's hand-printed with a great 50s influenced design. Cat-eye glasses and stars are illustrated over bright polka dots which come in a choice of teal, red, green or yellow colours. To complete the cute retro look, the case is lined with gingham.
The price is also a sight for sore eyes at £16.
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If you are Scottish and of a certain age, you are likely to recognise the design Gillian Kyle has used on her new bag, featuring the packaging for the Creamola Foam drink.
For those less in the know, Creamola foam was a soft drink manufactured, as it says on the bag, in the form of soluble crystals. It was made in Glasgow and sold from the fifties until 1998 when Nestlé ceased production of the drink. If you're eager to try some, there's apparently now an independent company who manufacture a similar drink but until you track them down, this bag is a tasty substitute. The charming packaging of the crystals has been foil printed in fuchsia onto a plain cotton tote.
If you've got a sweet tooth for all things Scottish, Kyle was the artist behind the Tunnock's Tea Cake tote bag we featured a little while back.
You can get the back for £17.50.
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