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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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For some time now I have wanted to design a scarf inspired by Scotland. Having lived there for four years I thought it would be fitting to celebrate some of the things I loved most about this magnificent country.

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Earlier this year I was commissioned to design a range of silk scarves inspired by one of the most influencial dancers of the twentieth century, the Royal Ballet's Prima Ballerina Assoluta, Dame Margot Fonteyn.

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The British Museum described the Assyrian king (r.669-c.631BCE) as ‘Warrior, Scholar, Empire Builder, King Slayer, Lion Hunter, Librarian.’ Quite the skill set! I hope you will enjoy looking through my designs and maybe you will start noticing Assyrian influences in the art and architecture of your everyday.

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