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Created with interior design aficionados in mind, this collection of silk scarves draws inspiration from two distinct sources; the Aesthetic home inspired by nineteenth century tastemakers William Morris, Oscar Wilde and their artistic circle, as well as a whimsical take on the grand rooms of the stately home.

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Today sees the opening of the eagerly anticipated exhibition; Noël Coward Art & Style at London’s Guildhall Art Gallery. The opportunity to design a collection of mad jazz patterns to celebrate Coward’s towering achievements for the exhibition is one I embraced with great vim.

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I am delighted to partner with The Hands Up Foundation on an exciting fundraising project for which I have created a new scarf and pocket square inspired by the rich heritage of Syrian art and design.

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These women of means managed to landscape, plant and prune with sartorial panache. Bunny enjoyed gardening attire by Balenciaga and Givenchy, Vita preferred farmhand chic in breeches and gaiters, while Roda favoured jaunty straw hats with whimsical scarves. 

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Primarily worn by men, high heeled shoes were a symbol of masculinity, power and pedigree.

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