The tales of the Unexpected | British Vogue | December 2008
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The tales of the Unexpected | British Vogue | December 2008

'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory', 'Matilda' and 'James and the Giant Peach' all have in common one thing; magic. And 'a little magic can take you a long way'. So believed Roald Dahl and created some of the best-loved children’s stories of the 20th century (can we shamelessly say we still read them today?).  Having that in mind, Vogue UK enlisted Tim Burton (who was the director of one adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and produced another for James and the Giant Peach), actors Helena Bonham Carter, Imelda Staunton and Jamie Bell, and musician Lightspeed Champion amongst others, to help bring to life, Dahl’s powerful vision through fashion (read full article and photoshoot here). Sophie Drake shot by Tim Walker, wears our 'Chloe' gloves and just like that in this British Vogue issue we find our golden ticket - is Willy Wonka ready for us?
Vogue China | January 2015
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Vogue China | January 2015

Our 'Camilla' and 'Annabel' gloves in Vogue China. A wonderful shot by KT Auleta.
Vogue Paris | September 2019 | 1000th Anniversary Issue
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Vogue Paris | September 2019 | 1000th Anniversary Issue

Aleksandra Woroniecka styles our 'Giselle' and 'Desdemona' glove for Vogue Paris's 1000th Anniversary issue, shot on location in Milan. Photographed by Juergen Teller.  For such a celebration, it is only right these photos were taken in Milan - one of the biggest fashion capitals in the world. 'Giselle' and 'Desdemona' are certainly gloves fit for the occasion. One bow could never have been enough for Vogue Paris's 1000th Anniversary - luckily, 'Giselle' provides two! 
Vogue Germany | September 2019
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Vogue Germany | September 2019

Nicola Knells and Maximilian Aufschaiter style our 'Arabella' gloves in Vogue Germany. Photographed by Chris Colls. Finding the right balance can sometimes be tricky, but luckily 'Arabella' is always on hand to help. Complimenting her sheer tights, these tulle gloves make this gorgeous silky dress the star of the show. You've never seen a balancing act quite it!
Vogue Italia | August 2019
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Vogue Italia | August 2019

Georgia Tal styles our 'Ariadne' glove for the latest issue of Vogue Italy. Photographed by Lou Schoof. Contrary to popular belief, evening gloves don't have to be worn long. Ruching evening gloves down the arm can create a whole new possibility for styling. We love this tiger print blazer with our ostrich feather evening gloves! A wild choice for someone wild at heart.
British Vogue | August 2019
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British Vogue | August 2019

Edward Enniful styles our 'Anastacia' lace glove in a Bowie-inspired look for British Vogue. Photographed by Steven Meisel. Unconventional and unexpected looks like this is what makes glove making so rewarding. It's always safe to pair evening gloves with a graceful dress, but this Bowie-inspired look screams flamboyance. We love the colours, the feathers and - of course - the lace!
Vogue Russia | July 2019
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Vogue Russia | July 2019

Katerina Zolototrubova styles our 'Nancy' lace glove in Vogue Russia. Photographed by Olivia Zahm.  It's time to break free from fashion norms and flee from the iron gates that keep us locked in our comfort zones. We will be timid no longer, confident in the bold choices we make. Are you brave enough to wear our 'Nancy' gloves?  
Vogue Italia | June 2019
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Vogue Italia | June 2019

Victoria Sekrier styles our 'Hermione' satin glove and our 'Harriet' cotton glove in Vogue Italia. Photographed by Pierre Debusschere. What makes a bigger statement than wearing a pair of gloves? Not much. But wearing only one glove can do the trick. Michael Jackson did it, so why can't you? Be dauntless.
Zoe Kravitz | British Vogue | July 2019
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Zoe Kravitz | British Vogue | July 2019

Zoe Kravitz wears our 'Millie' cotton glove in the July issue of British Vogue. Styled by Edward Enniful, photographed by Steven Meisel. This ruffled dress gives cutesy polka dots a dramatic edge.