February 01, 2017
By COASTAL LIVING
The incomparable allure of the Caribbean island of Mustique inspires Lotty Bunbury’s imaginative patterns for dresses, caftans, swimsuits, and more. Lotty Bunbury designs patterns for her Pink House Mustique and Lotty B clothing lines in an aptly named gingerbread cottage on the Caribbean isle. We talked with Bunbury about the island that is her muse.
What brought you the 4,000 miles from London to Mustique? LB: We came out 24 years ago when my husband took a job as the island doctor. He thought it might be a bit of fun for a year, but we just stayed and stayed. It was the most idyllic lifestyle for bringing up a family; when my children were small, the island was their playground.
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January 25, 2021
Article by GQ's Editor, Dylan Jones. For 70 years, the private playground of Starmen, Stones and HRHs evolved at the whims of its boldface residents. Now, with a string of island upstarts coming for its throne – developed by and for the world’s new deep pockets – GQ uncovers a modern world of island wars, and watches as Mustique digs in for a fight on the beaches
September 19, 2020
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