PHOHM presents Oranssi
Save the date! On Friday 3rd & Saturday 4th June we'll be hosting a special Oranssi Pop-Up at our floral design studio. As well as PHOHM, you'll be able to see a number of wonderful makers including local Brighton businesses. Read all about who'll be attending below.
Oranssi was born in the first lockdown in 2020, from a conversation founder Jade had with friends around easily finding affordable sustainable fashion and second hand clothing that become wardrobe staples, without having to sift through lots of pieces they didn’t want. She’s inspired by seeing friends wearing pieces they’ve bought through Oranssi, often reluctant to give up pieces she’d love to wear herself.
Her unique edits on Instagram offer affordable, pre-loved and vintage finds for your wardrobe and home.
Image credit: Alex Bamford
PHOHM is our floral design studio located in the heart of the lanes in Brighton.
Everything at PHOHM is sourced, handpicked, made & curated by our founder Phoebe Mulrooney. Our store is designed to actively encourage people to be less wasteful with their home decor. In-store we have a large range of dried floral stems to choose from as well as everlasting bouquets, wreaths & pre-styled displays.
At PHOHM we celebrate slow living, this means many of our products are either locally made or antique and not reproductions. Dried flowers are our speciality but you can also find a large collection of antique Indonesian vases, Turkish pots & Spanish urns in-store to hold your everlasting displays.
Galentine is a sexual wellness collection run by two Brighton girls on a mission to prioritise your pleasure by making it a core part of self-care.
Their aphrodisiac candles, sensual bath products and stimulating vibrators are designed to get you in your pleasure zone - and the products look pretty sexy on your bedside table too.
Usually Hackney-based, this is their first Brighton market so come and make them feel welcome!
Mollie Paling is an independent Brighton based jeweller founded in 2015, her focus on sustainability and the handmade process has informed her practice from its conception. Inspired by her adoration for geometric shapes, architectural forms and simplistic design she has built a distinct style.
As a graduate of Jewellery and Goldsmithing at the Craft Council of Ireland, Mollie has transferred this intensive training of traditional technique and skill alongside her eye for contemporary design and detail, into her practice today.
Mollie creates her thoughtful collections and bespoke commissions from her shop/ Studio Flux Jewellery, in the idyllic town of Lewes.
Maya is a British-Brazilian potter and illustrator. Her ceramics practice combines both her love of clay and her illustration background, making her pieces bold and colourful. You can usually find her in her studio in Brighton, along with her workmate Matilda, the kiln.
The Form Studio
The Form Studio is a ceramics company based in Brighton. Making a range of organic forms inspired by nature including; vases, candlestick holders, and lamps.
Since 2018 we’ve been making small runs of well made, comfy, easy to wear clothing in our Central Manchester studio.
With a focus on reducing waste, we search out roll ends from local factories, vintage fabric sales and small specialist fabric stores. Because of this, the majority of our collection is made up of limited editions and one of a kind pieces. Our collection is generally seasonless – most of our fabrics will work throughout the year – giving longevity to each piece.
Our shapes all work well together and the aim is that this will give you value for money by wearing your NOLA pieces together in different ways.
We hope that we have managed to put together a collection with something for everyone in our offerings with the view to continuously grow and evolve. Our SS22 pieces are based around our core designs. The Dale Dress, The Bradley Dress and The Bradley Top (all our pieces are named after streets in the Northern Quarter where they are produced).