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foxy as fuck, pop-up, season four, store news -

It's time for the very delayed season four pop-up sale! Come try on all the gorgeous clothes in sizes 16-30 made ethically right here in Wellington. Almost everything is cotton, everything has pockets and the colours are BRIGHT.As well as the House of Boom range, I will also have the very affordable Reboomed second hand clothing in a range of plus sizes.Also for sale will be jewellery, accessories and other pretties so there'll be something to fit everyone.Eftpos or credit card only please.Season four pop-up shopSaturday August 1 & Sunday August 2, 11am-4pm189a Grant Road, Thorndon (Gate is on Aorangi...

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jewellery, stock, store news -

For one week only, all glitter Throwing Feathers jewellery is now buy-one-get-one free! 

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Season Four was named after a particularly fetching linen/cotton fox print I had to include. I liked it so much I made it into both a robe AND a blouse. This season feels like it's taken forever to produce. Half of it was available at a pop-up in Palmerston North in December 2019, but the rest of it took a while, and then, as you know, 2020. So instead of the usual fun shoot with the Boomettes and a lovely launch party, instead I shot everything on me, while under Covid-19 lockdown.  This collection also includes the new party dress PENNY...

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Well, this is a time isn't it? I don't really know what else to say. If you're in the mood for some shopping though, I am happy to take your order - but I can't dispatch anything while NZ is still in Level 4 and couriers are only doing essential deliveries. But maybe you can shop now and surprise yourself later when the parcel arrives? 

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gerty brown, headbands, makers, stock -

What I love best about Boom is the people I get to work with, and one of the mot delightful is Morag from Gerty Brown. I had a natter with her over email so you can get to meet your maker.  How did you get started sewing? My mother always sewed so I grew up with that in my life. I got my own sewing machine in my 20’s. Nothing fancy, just enough to make curtains for my house and mend clothes. I started sewing as an actual job in 2011 after I moved from Wellington to Auckland. I had...

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