Hats, Gloves & Scarves
As winter approaches, hats, gloves and scarves are a perfect pick-up item in-store or online
New launches and products for the new season
Priya Nobbs, co-founder of Lark lifestyle boutiques gives readers a masterclass in marketing, Instagram shopping functions, and how to embed yourselves within the local community to boost visibility
Approaching its 30th anniversary year, Nour London is a jewellery brand that's stood the test of time. Here Mehrdad, co-founder with Setarah, talks through the company's history
The past few months have read like a business horror story for some, there’s no need for me to elaborate on why, which is why it was so refreshing to chat to jewellery brand by Mollie&Izzie founder Sarah Patterson about her COVID-19 successes. While, like many, Sarah feared the worse upon news of lockdown mandates, her product ship size as well as web sales meant that the business has survived and thrived. Looking forward, Sarah echoed my sentiments from last issue’s editor’s letter – online is key to business going forward. What is also key, of course, is ensuring that the right product is in stock.
That’s why I have thrown the spotlight on hats, gloves and scarves this issue. Winter, I’m afraid to say, is almost upon us, and the cold weather accessories essentials are a great in-store or online retail offering.
We like to cover all bases here at Attire Accessories, so also check out our catch up with Nour London on page 127, as well as a focus on some of the best new products on the market on page 125.
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Louise x If there's one thing that will get a woman in a fluster, it's having her jewellery entangled at the bottom of her make-up bag (no? just me?). That's why the new collaboration between London-based fine jewellery brand, The Alkemistry and global luxury accessories specialist Wolf, has got me all of a flutter.
The two companies are offering a limited-edition jewellery box that embraces ancient symbolism and represents protection, intuition and female empowerment.
In one of The Alkemistry's best-selling shapes, the box borrows its inspiration from The High Priestess tarot card, which signifies tenacity, inner wisdom and the power of trusting your instincts.
The jewellery box comes in rich navy velvet, with embroidered gold stars, vibrant turquoise moons and a feminine eye centrepiece – making it a literal and symbolic protector for your most cherished jewels. The elegant circular design provides ample space for rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets whilst Wolf's patented anti-tarnish technology protects jewellery for years to come.
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by Molly&Izzie began in 2015 as a side hustle when founder Sarah Patterson decided to use her graphic design training to launch a range of wedding stationery. This business gradually expanded to include art prints based around celebrating important moments. The business grew slowly and by early 2016 I was also designing and producing business stationery for small businesses. Here, Sarah Patterson talks us through the brands evolution from wedding stationery to the newest eco-jewellery range... read more