Featured in a great article in last week's Saturday Telegraph Travel supplement, we at the Pink House loved being described by Mariella Frostrup as the suppliers of "...the island uniform of exquisite beachwear....."
We were very privileged to talk to Raven Hoflund about her volunteer work with The Turtle Project on Mustique, affiliated with WIDECAST. Turtles are certainly majestic creatures...
"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."
We asked Lotty when she had moved to Mustique and how that led to starting her own business; opening the shop and launching the Pink House Mustique website. This was Lotty's response and fascinating it is too:
It's pancake day! We wanted to thank you Tallulah for making these beautiful pancakes - think we might all be enjoying our own pancakes this evening, but think these will turn out to be the prettiest of them all!
What a special day! Walking the windward coast of the island we came across an enormous leatherback turtle, Polly Angela, laying her eggs.
These stunning hand thrown sea urchins arrived on Mustique all the way from the Cloud Pottery in Scotland. Spot the real urchins! What a relief there were no breakages..
The caterpillars are back with a vengeance! Our frangipani tree in all its glory and two days later - after the caterpillars! The rascals can eat a leaf in front of your eyes and they almost...