Shops I love

Here are links to some of my favorite places to scour for gems. I will be updating this as the blog progresses to include places to eat, places to visit, children’s outings and so forth.

Hers

HELEN STEELE | WOMENSWEAR

An artist, stylist, designer, former rock and roll front woman and mother of three, Steele is considered to be one of Ireland’s most bankable abstract artists. Seeking to make her artwork more accessible to everyday life, Steele has created a new range of wearable art (wart) that embodies her individual spirit. Her printed kaftans, oversized tees and unisex leggings have attracted leading stores in the Middle-East, Europe and Asia.

Wevsite: www.helensteele.com

His & Hers

MASSIMO DUTTI | WOMENSWEAR, MENSWEAR, CHILDREN

Massimo Dutti offers a zest of  Madrid-fashion-flair. Its clothes are very chic and elegant. Massimo Dutti is part of the Inditex Group (along with ZARA) and has  stores in 45 countries, mainly in Europe.

To view their website click here

COS | WOMENSWEAR, MENSWEAR, CHILDREN

COS, Collection Of Style, is for men and women who want high end design and good quality at an affordable price. COS appreciates timeless design that lives beyond the season.

Website: www.cosstores.com

The Kooples | WOMENSWEAR, MENSWEAR

The Kooples – a rock ‘n’ roll inspired fashion label with a very British edge founded by three French brothers – Alexander, Laurent and Raphael Elicha, each with an outstanding sense of style.

Website: www.thekooples.co.uk

YOUR EYES LIE | MENSWEAR, WOMENSWEAR

Based in London Your Eyes Lie tries to capture the excitement and joy that comes from being young and doing something you love. The brand has two stores in London and an ever growing list of international stockists. exclusively designed for Top Shop – the brand’s global presence is much to be admired.

Website: www.youreyeslie.com

THE ORPHAN’S ARMS | WOMENSWEAR, MENSWEAR

‘A quintessentially English label that harks back to a time of gin palaces and poor houses’

Hand-printing in East London, Joshua Wilks and Jay Shipley founded The Orphan’s Arms in the early Summer of 2010 with the solid conscience to create a label that anchors itself uniquely within a context of English heritage and culture.

Website: www.theorphansarms.bigcartel.com

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