Artisan, hand-made linen clothing brand Lemuel MC expands their ‘Rosalind 83’ collection with a new dress whilst also being hand-picked to take part in a new monthly market at Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross
Lemuel MC, who have always had sustainability and durability at the heart of everything they make, have launched their new addition to their 80s inspired ‘Rosalind’ collection.
Marta Cernovskaja, founder of Lemuel MC was inspired by a vintage pattern cutting catalogue she’d seen so the dress features puff sleeves and beautifully hand-crafted ruffles.
As always, it is made from 100% linen, which is perfectly breathable for the English summer but can also be layered for warmth in colder months. This makes the dress versatile for all seasons and reasons, and is stylish for day wearing or going out.
The Rosalind ’83 dress is now available in white, black, green, teal and mustard colours.
Another exciting thing for Lemuel is their imminent participation in Coal Drops Yard, a new monthly fashion market in Kings Cross, London.
The pop-up event will feature emerging designers, cult brands and established labels. Each of the chosen designers have been picked especially to celebrate the best of sustainable, slow fashion and the highest quality craftsmanship found right here in the UK.
Rooted in those very values, Lemuel MC was chosen to be one of those designers.
Coal Drops will take place during the last weekends of June, July and August. This month it will take place on Friday the 25th from 12pm-8pm, and Saturday and Sunday the 26th and 27th from 11am-6pm.