The beautiful gardens of Holland Park play host to this striking collection. Formerly known as Cope Castle, the house and grounds had begun renovation at the turn of the century, giving life to the inspiration our designers took for this story. The dahlias and peacocks offer a burst of colour to this story along and are the basis to the two unique prints. The stunning parkland is represented by the soft velvet and cord, with the elegance of the area imagined through the strong silhouettes and couture designs.
Edwardian Britain was an exciting time for explorers, women and fashion. By comparison to the long Victorian Era, life was fast moving and mobility both in status and location were increasing bringing new ideas and concepts alive.