Monthly Archives: September 2018


This September we are thrilled to have been invited to create a pop up shop at Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire.

This fabulous membership club where the great and the good go to sip cappuccinos and cocktails in super comfy and stylish surroundings is the perfect backdrop for the new Wild & Gorgeous Autumn Winter 2018 collection.

As you enter the complex there is a pretty little shop filled with cashmere throws, velvet cushions and scented candles galore where members go to browse or pick up a luxurious bath robe carelessly omitted from the weekends packing.

At the back of the shop is a beautiful, rustic wood clad room that Soho House use to showcase their favourite brands. Each brand stays for one month and is tasked with the challenge of turning it into an inviting mini shop.

We roped in the supremely talented Mary Mathieson to help us transform the shop into a Wild & Gorgeous Autumn grotto. Mary created a beautiful vine of sunflowers, straw, maple leaves and pheasant feathers to drape across the walls as well as making her signature floral and feather crowns to adorn the shelves. The result is a warm and inviting blend of rustic sophistication and we are delighted with the results.

So if you happen to be a member of the fabulous Soho Farmhouse please do nip along and see us there!


This season the catwalks were awash with animal prints and motifs with leopard print being especially popular. So channel your inner WILD CAT to stay ON TREND this Autumn. Grrrrrrrr

SILVER BULLETSay it with SILVER. Cool shimmer is the colour of the season. From subtle shades of soft silver to sequin sartorial disco balls. It’s all about slipping into winter with a glimmer and pale gleam.

CHECK MATENo wardrobe is complete this winter without a little check. From classic tartan print partywear to a good, warm, robust tartan or check skirt or trousers. A check is timeless, enduring and exudes classic chic. Check it out. MATE.


70’s boho is a big story this Autumn Winter. Beautiful Moroccan inspired embroideries, vibrant colours, bell-shaped sleeves, and tiny mirrored details. Think Kensington Market in the 70’s and you’ve got the picture.