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Client London unleashes vintage jubilee range
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Jun '12
Celebrity-endorsed fashion label Client London this week launches a vintage military chic-inspired collection in honour of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Popular with British icons such as Sir Bob and Pixie Geldorf, Rhys Ifans and Anna Friel, the brand's Vintage Collection includes not only 1950s inspired apparel but a range of home-wares as well.

Harking back to the days of good quality and commemorative, timeless pieces, the new Client London designs include dresses, trench coats, unisex t-shirts along with vintage Jubilee and Coronation cups, tumblers, plates, tins and mugs. With further additions to the military chic collection due later in the year, Kate Holmes, fashion designer and founder of Client London said:

"Client is a lifestyle brand that encourages women to feel empowered and sultry to whilst retaining that well made timeless vintage feel. There is a rock and roll edginess to the designs and vintage remakes which are ethically produced and made in Britain."

Client London grew as a fashion brand out of electronic band Client who toured with Depeche Mode and Erasure and boasts links to Carl Barât from the Libertines and Pete Doherty formerly from the Libertines, now Babyshambles. With Rock and Roll as the starting point for the ethics of her brand Kate Holmes has taken the style of the band and molded it into a smart, tailored, unisex fashion brand with hints of fetish and an undertone of the saucy mistress inside.

Client makes unisex uniforms for work and play, day and night. Military uniforms are the inspiration behind every Client outfit, reworked in a modern and edgy way. Think Power Dressing for the 21st Century with a hint of sexuality and a twist of cool.

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