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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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The British Museum invites visitors to ‘thread the line between myth and reality in this phenomenal new exhibition’. This blockbuster exhibition examines the archaeological evidence supporting a long held belief that Troy did in fact exist and explores the truth behind the myths which have captured the imagination for thousands of years and continue to inspire today.   I have been waiting for this exhibition with baited breath, since I was first briefed way back in April I have been obsessing over all things Troy. Projects examining the ancient world are amongst my favourites not least because much of the...

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The floor of Westminster Abbey’s Chapter House, a room briefly used by Parliament in the 14th century, is covered in the most charming medieval tiles imaginable, their decoration depicting fleurs-de-lys and lions as well as the simplified forms of soldiers on horseback complete with shields and swords. It is easy to imagine how these tiles could become a scarf, I quickly sketched them on one of my visits to the Abbey and reproduced the medieval craftsman’s designs in lino when I got back to my studio.

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