We have been stocking Rose and Rose since I started Cleverly Wrapped in 2014 and it is one of my favourite brands as the pieces have a unique and bohemian feel to them which is the way in which I like to dress.
I often get asked about the people behind the brands who we stock so I have decided to start doing some new “meet the designer” blog posts where you can meet the designers and find out a bit about their journey.
It’s always exciting to discover a new designer through word of mouth and that’s exactly what happened with Beshlie.
You have to check out these funky scarves by new designer Duet. When my friend Jemima and I found them in Paris there was no hesitation whatsoever.
I am so excited to be launching Autumn Winter 15 with a brand new and diverse accessories collection. The thought process behind doing a few accessories to this collection is that they work so well along side the scarves. All of them compliment the scarves or make a great gift in their own right.
Most of the new scarf designers for Autumn Winter 15 were discovered on my buying trip to Paris last March. There are seven of them in total and I have put them in alphabetical order so as not to be accused of favouritism!
We have so many new designers at CW this season that I thought it would be a good idea to introduce them all, tell you a bit about them, where I found them and what I love about them.
Juma is made up of sibling design duo Alia and Jamil Juma. Originally from Toronto, Canada, these prolific travellers have become known for their striking digital prints which of course transfer beautifully onto their wool/silk blend scarves.
Born from a desire to create elegant, off-duty clothing – the Madeleine Thompson label is synonymous with sumptuous cashmere pieces which are perfect for wrapping up against the cold, snuggling up in at home or using as another layer while travelling.