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Spill the Tea causes a stir

Ethical, vegan, independent and 1990s are all buzzwords on the young fashion scene, and new brand Spill the Tea is seeking to tap into the market.

The clothing and accessories label is inspired by 1980s and 1990s subcultures, and features artwork designed by artists from across the UK. Key items include graphic T-shirts, oversized hoodies, bucket bags and bumbags in bright and pastel colours. Overall the collection is a nostalgic throwback to bygone urban and streetwear styling.

A small, short-order range for spring 19 will launch at Pure London in February, and the brand is also opening the books for an expanded autumn 19 offer, which introduces velour, fake fur and metallic PU styles.

The family-run business is headed by Brighton-based Martin Benjamin, former owner of the Carnaby Cavern shop in the 1970s and 1980s.

Wholesale prices range from £8 for a women’s vest to £18.50 for a hoodie; 01273 602988;

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