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Hello All! A quick note to let you know the Squid team will be at the Autumn Fair International 2011, 4-7 Sept,  at the Birmingham NEC. It would be great if you would pop along and see our new designs- the ‘Miss Squidolette’ shower curtain and our rain capes! We’ll be in Hall 4, Stand Continue Reading

Hello wonderful people, We are super excited to announce the launch of our new rainwear collection “Opera Icons”! The three coat designs were the brainchild of SquidLondon, beautifully constructed and made by boutique-owner Vlasta Collu and the appliqués sewn by the very talented textile designer Charlotte La Roche. We’ve posted the lookbook and a video Continue Reading

Left to right: Friends of Wlison, Charlene Mullen, Susan Bradley, SquidLondon The Maison et Objet trade show in Paris at the end of January was intense yet extremely worthwhile! We even managed to get onto French Television spraying our umbrella! We met some very interesting buyers from all over the world! Boxes of Squidarellas are Continue Reading

The Squidders were selected by the British European Design Group (BEDG) to exhibit in the NOW section – the trend setter area for new ideas at the ‘Maison et Objet‘ Product Design Trade Fair in Paris! Date: 21-25|Jan|2011 Location: Paris Nord Villepinte, Exhibition Centre Hall 8, Stand Number: i1-J2, Pavillion 8A (BEDG – SquidLondon) NEW: SquidLondon will Continue Reading

As you can all see we now have this wonderful e-commerce site kitted out with it’s own integrated blog! We are quite chuffed! A few teething problems, but that is always to be expected! Just a bit of warning; We plan to pump up our blog postings – not just Squid related but more water Continue Reading

Sevensisters is the exclusive art shop located in the heart of the Art|41|Basel|16-20|6|10 fair, one of the most presticious and world wide reknown art fairs. LED Bright Ideas Limited Collection Sevensisters Art|Basel|10 Day Night Quoted as a ‘wearable piece of art‘ by New York times and having been commissioned by Tate Museums London and MoMA Continue Reading