Excited in Announcing the new look name Cocoove ,pronounced Co coo ve.
I decided to re-brand in order to trade mark and build my brand without opposition. The brands Ethics and design ethos remain the same. Still stylish and original just a brand new name and logo.
It was important to me to keep the names of my nieces in the title as they have grown to love the idea that they are part of the brand as do all the family who each have pieces in the collections named after them. As my niece shared with her class at show and tell last year .”Hello my name is Verity, but my family call me VeVe. When I grow up I’m going to work with My Auntie Ria .She designs dresses and I’m going to design Hats”. VeVe already had a real sense of belonging to the brand and who knows she may one day want to design Hats for Cocoove .
The name needed to be as original as the clothing, stylish and stand out. A name that is instantly recognisable and connected to the brand.
Stylish, Original, Setting the trend.Created by Ria. Her ambition was to create a timeless wardrobe for women with dresses and separates, which can be styled in several different ways, for all occasions. Ria creates many of her own prints, which are then digitally printed onto the fabrics. Designed with the stylish, confident women in mind to take her from day to night. An affordable luxury label made in the UK with attention to detail.
Believing that it is essential to put your heart into everything you do. Believing you should do what you are good at and what you are passionate about. I’m passionate about creating beautiful clothing for women. I source the majority of fabrics and manufacture all garments within the UK. Inspired by making changes and paving a way in fashion. I do this by asking questions, whilst producing stylish clothing which are produced ethically.
So as I start the new season I’m pleased to share with you the new looks and new name.
CoCo VeVe in store with Lone Design Club this July 15th-21st
Bringing the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament to central London, Lone Design Club is pitching up at 49 South Molton Street across the official Tennis Tournament dates.
Uniting the best up & coming brands. Join LDC for in store daily immersive experiences, watch the game on the big screen and join a series of BOOTCAMP classes, as well as regular meet the maker experiences. Discover the brands and the meaning behind LDC .
Also in store private shopping experiences and an evening to recognise the women making waves in sport.
Expect a glimpse BTS into the most exciting new wave of 20+ independent fashion, accessories & lifestyle labels under one co-curated roof, be the first to discover unique + one-of-a-kind product before anyone else!
Uncover a world of original and impact design, discover the designers unique stories, how they create their collections, what inspires them + be part of Lone Design Club’s new retail experience.
Lone Design Club create opportunity for independent brands and fashion labels while raising awareness to sustainable fashion . We are excited to be joining them this week at their latest concept store . Open each day from 10am at 55 Baker street, Marylebone,London.
Running across Marylebone Food Festival, Fashion Revolution Week and Earth Day they will be hosting their signature pop-up store + series of immersive experiences in the middle of all the action.
The store will be holding a series of sustainable fashion and food related events to appeal to fashionistas and foodies alike. Expect a series of talks, supper clubs, workshops, in store styling sessions and happy hour!
Neon brights were on the catwalks at Christian Siriano, Henry Holland and Naeem Khan for spring/summer.It has already made its way to our high street shelves. Think shades of highlighter and your good to go.
Below one of our favourite influencers The London Thing Miss Tania B shows us how its done at London Fashion week.
2. Tye Die
Don’t like colour? 2019 may be a testing time for you, along with neons and brights, there’ll be a load of tie dye about.
Here is our pick for summer dresses with a subtle tie dye effect.
Sunny yellows are going to be everywhere in 2019.
4. Animal print
The good news is that A/W leopard print trend. You’ll still be able to wear it come the spring as animal prints continued to rock the catwalks at fashion week.
One is never undressed in a black dress. Layering and accessorising create perfect daytime looks that look just as good after dark. These layer friendly classics are the building blocks of a solid, stylish Autumn wardrobe.
I used Shoplookio app to create this style board. You can upload your looks and add great quotes and background graphics with the app.
Follow me on instagram @coco_veve Take a look at my Pintrest boards for more style inspiration .
Embellished Black heel boot available from Wolf and Badger.
Layering is not only very stylish, but a necessity of day-to-day life during the transitional months.Bold , Bright and beautiful colours add warmth on a dreary autumnal day. The Satin Maxi works as a wardrobe staple . For evening add heels and a statement clutch .Daytime layer with Jacket and pair with metallic trainers. I used Shoplookio to create this style board. Take a look at more style inspiration on my Pintrest boards
This weeks shout out goes to some of my local faves !
I have created a summer theme look ,with all the pieces work perfectly together for day or night and holiday staples to mix and match.All from vintage boutiques and independent designers based in and around the Liverpool area. These are some of my favourite places to shop vintage and independent fashion accessories brands.