The fabulous Gok Wan popped in to see the Assya girls at their Notting Hill boutique last month. The celebrity is famous for his fashion advice, but we doubt the stylish ladies at Assya need any help, we think they're doing pretty well on their own!
MYFLASHTRASH presents a rare behind the scenes sneek peek into the story behind the fabulously glamorous jewellery by ASSYA.
It's always nice to put a face to the name, so we decided it was high time we introduced you to one of our latest editions to theMYFLASHTRASHdesigners. Guys, meetTessa Grazziniand her sister Ninfa, the people behind the brand, in never seen before footage of ASSYA in their Notting Hill workshop...ENJOY!
"Feminine, glamorous jewellery full of narrative & dreams"
MYFLASHTRASH is so excited to be able to bring ASSYA's gorgeous jewellery to you! To shop ASSYA's exclusive selection forMYFLASHTRASHclickHERE
Ever wondered how to make your own friendship bracelets? Well My Flash Trash have got all the answers for you, follow our simple video tutorial and wow your friends with your super cool bracelets this summer.
My Flash Trash have launched the new Friendship Bracelet section where you can buy coloured threads and charms to add to your bracelets. Choose between the Elizabeth, Kate, Tilly and the Poppy to find your own style.
See the video below to see Amber and Alice give you a step by step tutorial in how to create the perfect friendship bracelet!
Nicola Roberts has fast become one to watch in the celebrity fashion stakes, breaking rules and pulling it off. We love her choice of the Double Ring by Joanna Dahdah to wear when filming her up coming Fashion TV programme. She tweeted us a little preview of her wearing the ring - it looks amazing with her coral nail polish and printed trousers.
This week Tatty Devine joined My Flash Trash as a new designer on the site. Tatty Devine's jewellery is all handmade in Britain and caters to everyones tastes.
Tatty Devine have been designing and making jewellery since 1999, and still design and make almost everything in their own workshops in England.
Tatty Devine is Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine. They set up the company in 1999, and still run it completely independently. Tatty Devine has become a cult classic of British fashion with its witty, offbeat designs. They still design every piece, and 99% of the jewellery is made by hand in Tatty Devine's own workshops (one in London and one in Kent). Each year, two main collections are launched at London Fashion Week.
New to My Flash Trash are some amazing Tatty Devine pieces to wear this summer. Don't miss out on the Parakeet Necklace for just £33. BUY NOW.
To celebrate the Diamond Jubilee in style make sure you get the Gold Crystal Crown Necklace, £30. BUY NOW.
Chanel seaside chic with this Seahorse Wooden Necklace, £27. BUY NOW.