Men's Luxury Accessories 

Pocket Squares


Silk Face Masks


Bloom Collection

The Bloom collection was inspired by english garden flowers which start to flourish and bloom in the spring. The colours I used are much softer and more muted natural tones in comparison to my previous collections. After being locked down in the UK over the last year I explored more of the UK and took inspiration from the Jurassic coast line selecting colours from the chalk cliffs, ocean and beaches. The collection represents hope, growth and new opportunities as we are emerge from a long dark winter.

Geometric Collection

The Geometric collection was inspired by my love for art deco and the captivating details used within architecture and the decorative arts movement. I have created very subtle differences on each colourway by highlighting different areas of the print with vibrant & luxurious colours.

 The Exotic Bird Collection

The Exotic Bird collection was inspired by some of the incredible countries I have been fortunate enough to travel around and the idea came to me when I was looking through my fabrics from my degree show.  I came across a beautiful silk devore piece I had screen-printed and the main focus of the motif was the bird of paradise. It offered so many beautiful markings and textures that I decided to take a closer look at birds for the main theme of my new collection.  

Albert Thurston Silk Labyrinth Print Braces

Albert Thurston has a long and distinguished history in the manufacture of braces, beginning in Haymarket, London in 1820. Having been credited with inventing the modern form of braces, they’ve been proudly manufacturing them by hand using the finest leathers and fabrics for royalty, prime ministers, presidents and stars of the stage and screen alike for 200 years. 

We have selected four colourways from the Labyrinth collection which are also available to buy with matching pockets squares. 

The Labyrinth print was the very first design I produced and is part of the reason I decided to set up my own business. The silk is printed in Macclesfield and the braces are hand crafted in Leicester. All designed and handmade in England.



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