Colour blooms
Fresh cuts
Spring flowers on laundered linens
Picnic checks with apron styling
Roses clamber on 70s inspired dresses
Gingham grows up
Broderie anglaise
For festivals of Britain

Simple, timeless, designed for forever.
All made in England.
New season styles are on the horizon, please check for availability.
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A feast for February

Last weekend, the gorgeous Rosie Birkett, food writer and stylist extraordinaire, wrote a lovely piece on the best seasonal recipes to enjoy in February for her feature in The Telegraph magazine. "Folding linen, wearing linen", she looked beautiful in my signature...

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My dear the Heart which you behold...

This charming 1790s Valentine is a handmade puzzle which unfolds to reveal poetic messages. Currently housed at the British Postal Museum and Archive, the inscription on the outside of the card reads: "My dear the Heart which you behold,Will break...

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Taking a trip down Columbia Road with Diana Moon

On a blistery cold winter day in late November, when the first snowfall of the season fell, we met the lovely Diana Moon in her local neighbourhood around Columbia Road, London. Diana is a customer and works at Labour and...

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