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Mayfair-based Kathryn Sargent is the world’s only female master tailor. She makes bespoke suits for men and women, and even white wedding suits for brides.
RIXO may be relatively new on the fashion scene, but it has a cult following already. The vintage-inspired ‘green’ brand has a new pop-up on the King’s Road.
David Mellor, the tableware maker, celebrates 50 years in Chelsea’s Sloane Square this autumn. So how has the brand changed?
Founded in 1860, Sunspel makes high quality T-shirts and underwear designed to last. Now their men’s and women’s brand is in Chelsea.
King’s Road tailor’s The Deck designs suits for women of all ages and professions and is guided by its sustainability ethos.
Gemma Bacon, head of planning at Rhubarb, which caters for some of the most exclusive events in London, talks food trends and plastic-free initiatives.
Irene Forte says her luxury new skincare range is the “Mediterranean diet for your skin”. It is sustainable, ethical and free from harmful products.