A Story of Style




Ina Ray Hutton, Red Waistcoat; Vivienne Westwood,Anglomania/ Blue Dash Print Capri Trousers, Piazza Sempione/ Shoes: Marni

And here is your soundtrack:

*Ahem*: She throws the red shawl around her shoulders, picks up her floral suitcase with only thick jumpers, cotton dresses, headscarves and a sweet, little lion paperweight inside. Her hair running loose, she stops momentarily by a lamp post and exchanges her heeled shoes for pumps, sits straight for a second and finds herself taking a gasp of breath. She slowly exhales and holds the red cashmere up high, so that it brushes her painted lips. Closing her eyes for a second, then standing again, she runs, runs for the unknown, in the hope of finding that something. She has visions of coffee in the morning, in a beautiful garden, her favourite book’s pages flickering in the light wind, filled with the scent of blossom. Of beginnings.

Still a bit chilly out there – Mmm, Red Merino Cashmere Throw, Sarah Hanly

Floral Mabelle Print Mini Suitcase, Liberty Print Suitcase

Lion Ornament, Jonathan Adler – Apparently Adler believes a home should make you happy – with particular emphasis on rustic modernism and carbohydrates.

French Sole Ballet Pumps

ART DECO PERIOD SILVER ‘SOLO’ COFFEE POT; Seller: Jeff Sims Antiques


For the coffee to sit on, Umbel Liberty Print Large Canteen Tray

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