"It really is an amazing job, I love each and every moment of it. Now, working with models and amazing brands, and acting as a creative director, is what I love doing more than anything in the world so I feel very privileged."
As we are company owned by and driven by women, we thought we should make a splash about "National Sisters Day" and we would love you to celebrate with us.
We are back in Chelsea as part of the Sustainable Pop Up and very pleased to have been asked to join the organisers, once again.
We are showcasing a capsule collection of mens swimwear and linen shirts, plus some dresses in both silk and linen.
This Sunday, 4th July, our good friends in America will be celebrating their 244th Independence Day and we thought that an offer on some "Stars" and "Stripes" would be a brilliant way to help the weekend go with a swing, so here's 20% off all some of our star-spangled items.....
All mens swim shorts AND all mens collarless linen shirts are 20% off for this week only - Tuesday 15th June until midnight (BST) Sunday 20th June. Happy Fathers Day!!
30 years ago Mustique would be buzzing for Christmas and Easter but no one visited during the summer months, so from April to November we had a Robinson Crusoe island lifestyle for the children to grow up in.
This week sees the return of the Lotty B favourite! Always a great reaction from our customers for these promotions.
For the June 2021 offer, we are giving an enormous 40% off on these cute chiffon kimonos up until midnight on Sunday 6th June....
This is a topic often talked about in our UK HQ. Regardless of age, it seems that we have all practiced one or both in the last two years, with some of our number making a class or two a week a staple in their diary.
If you could have your pick of Spring Greens, we bet you would find at least one of your "5 a day" from this selection! With the weather here in the UK due to start warming up in the next few weeks, it's a good time to snap up your favourites.
This St Patrick's Day, celebrate with a Black Velvet cocktail. Despite widespread belief in it's Irish heritage, it was in fact devised by a London barman to mourn the death of Prince Albert in 1861.