Araminta Campbell is someone we have been following closely over the last few months. Her ethics, standards, quality and craftsmanship are very much in line with ours. A weaver by trade who uses an artistic approach to her work, developing her own designs taking inspiration from nature using the Scottish landscape, she fuses the old with the new and is making this traditional craft super chic and highly desirable.
Last week we featured in Estila magazine – Here is the article in full available on their blog: https://estila.co/blog/introducing-featherstone-london/
The Fashion Revolution wheels are constantly turning. The question remains though, do you know where your clothes were made? And why should you care?
I don't know all the answers but I’m definitely learning quick and fast in the process of launching my own label. I dream big and have a goal for how successful I want Featherstone London to be – but as a start up company where do you begin?
This month features a guest article from Jack Prenter, founder of Known Man. I have always said that every detail matters and a great fitting shirt is central to making an outfit look immaculate.
So, you have spent thousands on a bespoke suit, bought a crisp white shirt and some nice leather brogues. Sure the big things are important – just don’t forget the little ones!
On my quest to make my new range quintessentially British I have come across a contemporary fabric designer based in Nottingham. We met on Savile Row a while back and something instinctively told me to keep hold of her contact details.
I am very excited to announce that this summer I will be launching my own bespoke tailoring business and accessory line under my brand Featherstone London. You can already follow my planning on Instagram and Facebook. (Both Featherstone London)
Too much of any one thing is bad. Especially when it comes to patterns. You can match up colours but don’t overdose on one design. Ties, pocket squares and cufflinks should live up to their name – an ‘accessory’ to perfectly compliment your look, not dominate it.