As if the lovely folk at Grazia Shop hadn’t already provided me with enough dressing up opportunity over our Milan Design Week trip, they then offered me free reign of the site’s entire stock in its entirety in order to concoct the ultimate holiday capsule wardrobe! Unsurprisingly, it was a whole lot of fun and these are the results…
I’ve said it before and we all know I’m going to say it again, one of things I value the most about what I do is being able to work collaboratively with brands I’ve loved for as long as I can remember coveting all things clothes related. Getting to play dress up in their beautiful products and have so much input into what we create together is amazing. As for Mulberry, we go way back – not that they’re necessarily aware of this – to my pre teen years when I literally wanted a Bayswater more than anything else on the planet. The brand’s Britishness, quality and uncanny knack for giving everything they do a deliciously playful twist never fails to delight and inspire me. The way each new handbag family has not only it’s own unique design elements, but also a different female name with its own personality is genius. Last Spring I had a blast on our Kensal bag shoot and again before Christmas at the Frankfurt market, so I was absolutely thrilled when Mulberry asked if I fancied working with them on the launch of their latest bag, the Jamie.
What: Rebecca Minkoff blue Ian sundress (available here), Tory Burch embellished jacket (available here), French Sole Henrietta striped ballet pumps (available here), Cambridge Satchel Company bag (available here) and Wildfox Couture sunglasses (available here)
Where: 24th Birthday celebrations, day 1