We were inspired by the 18th century for our spring/summer 13 collection, with Georgian illustrations and oil paintings adorning clutch bags, bright prints of damask, ornate curtain tassels and guilloche boxes.


Named after the first Baron Bathurst, a renowned 18th century politician and wit, the Bathurst has a traditional feel but can also be worn across the body for a contemporary twist.
Made in a famed Italian workshop, it’s a true heirloom piece.

  • Apsley House, otherwise known as No 1 London. Surely the capital's grandest address?
  • James Gillray's humorous illustrations adorned our Valentine family.
  • We fell in love with the wigs and bustles sported by Thomas Gainsborough's Portrait of a Lady in Blue.