The latest iteration of the U.K. Department for International Trade’s #FashionIsGreat campaign brings British fashion to Sunset Boulevard. The organization selected six British fashion brands to show at a temporary shop within Fred Segal’s Sunset Boulevard store, set to run through Aug. 7.
The British are coming to Fred Segal. Starting Monday, a slew of star-fave British luxury labels are popping up at the legendary L.A. retailer as part of the U.K.'s Department for International Trade #FashionIsGreat campaign, running through Wednesday, Aug. 7.
9 best women's leather backpacks that are stylish enough for the office but practical for the commute
It was a design back in 2011 from the Olsen Twins’ luxury label The Row that first made the leather backpack a fashion must-have, though at $39,000 it was strictly for the 1 per cent.
A good backpack is a friend for life, so it’s worth investing a little extra time when choosing the right one. You’ll want a backpack that you can wear for several hours if necessary, especially if you plan on taking it abroad.
Cambridge has many claims to fame. The city lays claim to one of the world's most prestigious universities, was the birthplace of Pink Floyd and the home of Stephen Hawking.
If our Cambridge Satchel's aren't already perfect, you can make them that bit more special by embossing your initials or symbols on to your bag. Marie Claire are all over the personalisation trend, as are we! Take a look The Cambridge Satchel as featured in Marie Claire or find out more about personlisation.
It's important to celebrate the women in our lives - and the amazing things they do - every day. But today is International Women's Day (IWD), which puts extra focus on recognising the work and achievements of women across the world.
Stuck for Christmas present ideas for your lovely mums? Don't worry, The Cambridge Satchel Company has got you covered! From handmade leather accessories to our bubblegum smelling Melissa backpack (as loved by Marie Claire), we've got something for everyone.
When mum Julie Deane established the Cambridge Satchel Company a decade ago she saw it as a way of putting her children through private school. But within five years the business was worth £50million - although by her own admission it has not all been 'plain-sailing'.
If you haven't already spent hours upon hours watching Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, then do I have some homework for you. The Netflix series is a macabre take on the '90s sit-com Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and the latest version is filled with creepy creatures and spells gone wrong. It also features my favorite fall dressing on television this year.
We first meet Sabrina in the ultimate fall look that will fit perfectly into our existing autumnal wardrobes: a polka-dot button-down, corduroy skirt, bright red coat, and matching school bag.
Meghan Markle has been a member of the Royal Family for just over 100 daysand everyone's wondering how she's coping with the dramatic lifestyle shift. Unfortunately for the curious, the tight-lipped royals may never tell, so we can only speculate.
“Hallelujah, It’s The Holy Grail”: Inside Julie Deane’s Roller-coaster Adventure In Satchels, Business, And Life
In May 2015, Julie Deane, a mother of two and a respectable and practical British woman, was about to take a trip she had never envisioned for herself. At the invitation of Jack Ma, the Chinese billionaire, Deane was setting off for Shanghai, for Alibaba’s first conference on women and entrepreneurship.
Wait 'til you see all the new shops Is Bicester Village worth it? In a word: absolutely. Think lots of your favourite designers and luxury brands, for a fraction of the cost. There is womenswear (Kate Spade, Balenciaga, Jimmy Choo), menswear (Philipp Plein, Lacoste, Paul Smith) homeware (Le Creuset, The White Company) and beauty stores (Charlotte Tilbury, Cowshed), all on one beautiful street in the style of New England.
In 2007, Julie Deane’s 8-year-old daughter, Emily, was being bullied — she’d lost her happy, extroverted personality and came home from school with bruises on her arms. The British mother of two made a promise that day to send her children to private school. But Deane only had £600 ($775) to spare, not the £24,000 ($31,000) it would take to pay tuition.
Every week, we get to see the coolest products hitting the menswear market before anyone else - and of course, as committed clothes fans, we have our favourites. Here's a selection of the very best items launching this week that we think you should add to your wardrobe ASAP.