Created in 2008 by Susie Mason, Gone Crabbing is a British independent business whose sole purpose is to create a range of unique, colourful and, most importantly, fun range of clothing & giftware. Continue reading
Atticus & Gilda is a London based company started by two friends Conchita & Lucy in 2013.
They met working on theatre productions (Phantom of the Opera, numerous west end plays and currently Mamma Mia! ) and after having children decided to start the company alongside their theatre design work.
Little Lucy Willow, the exclusive luxury children’s furniture and accessory company, prides itself on designing unique and gorgeous collections of beautifully crafted furniture. Named after the founders first born daughter Lucy Willow, the entire collection is designed and built to the very highest standards here in the UK by master craftsmen.
Le Mu is a UK brand specializing in occasionwear and accessories that will excite and delight little girls aged 2 to 12 years. Instilling natural confidence and style, a Le Mu dress is a modern classic with the essence of the brand lying in sharp tailoring, comfort and elegance.
Established in May 2012 by Catherine Brookes, AliOli Kids has been supplying beautiful children’s clothing aged 0-12 years old and accessories to clients all over the world.
White Rabbit England is the brain child of sisters Charlotte and Victoria who set out to recreate the magical lamps they loved as children. They loved white rabbits and had a pet white rabbit called Harvey. “So White Rabbit was a perfect name for the business and we always say ‘white rabbits’ to each other on the first of the month for good luck too!” Continue reading
Ella James was launched by two sisters Ashley and Alison Todd in 2009. After leaving London and careers in Fashion and Medicine, they decided to fulfil a lifelong ambition of setting up an Interiors and Gift mail order business together. Continue reading
MAGICAL TREE HOUSES AND GARDEN RETREATS
When we are children we are forever creating dens and hideaways of our own. When we are grown-ups, that longing for a sanctuary is still with us. Continue reading