A STROUD business was mentioned in international fashion magazine Vogue's website this week. 

The world-renowned title has hundreds of millions of followers on its social media platforms. 

Why did a Stroud business get a shout-out in Vogue? 

British model Lola McDonnell married American photographer Zackery Michael at the weekend in Painswick. 

As part of the bride's wedding look, Lola wore diamanté earrings from a shop in Stroud. 

These earrings were featured in an article in the US, UK and Spanish versions of fashion magazine Vogue, plus others. 

The earrings were bought in Strangeness & Charm, a shop located in Gloucester Street next to the town centre. 

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The wedding took place at Hilles House, a Grade II* arts and crafts venue in Painswick. 

Owner of the vintage shop Rebecca Tomlinson appreciated the shout-out in the world-renowned magazine. 

Stroud News and Journal: Rebecca Tomlinson who owns Strangeness and Charm Rebecca Tomlinson who owns Strangeness and Charm

"It was very nice of Lola to give us a credit in Vogue," she said. 

"She comes to our shop quite regularly. 

"We often supply things to celebrities but we don't always get a mention. 

"A couple of days before the wedding Lola came in to the shop. 

"Although she had chosen the earrings she wanted to wear, after seeing the diamanté ones in our shop shedecided that they would be what she would wear in the wedding instead.

"We really appreciate the shout-out."

Winstone's ice-cream - a company based in Rodborough Common - also received a shout-out in the article after guests at the wedding were served ice-cream from one of their vans.