Press & Features
The Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the Remembrance Day Service. Sunday 11th November 2012.
Jennifer Lawrence got a little featherbrained in the 'Generation' Issue of W Magazine, September 2012. A Tim Walker-shot editorial styled by Jacob K. who chose our 'Arabella' in black and ivory. You'll feel free as a bird in 'Arabella' as you feel the breeze tickle your skin through the tulle. Get ready to soar.
Lara Stone on the front cover of the 90th anniversary of Vogue Paris. She is wearing our 'Virginia' lace glove. The photographers are Mert & Marcus. Sometimes a pair of gloves is all you need. That's the outfit. We don't recommend you only wear a pair of gloves out in public, but Lara's shoot celebrates the glove in all its laced glory. Simple and stunning.
Vogue Italy telling the story of 'Lady Grey' in March 2010 issue. "Beautifully shot in soft light by Tim Walker, the images are washed out and traditional, like old photographs or portraits". Styled by Jacob K. In an abandoned mansion, models Stella Tennant and Imogen Morris Clarke pose gracefully in our 'Arabella' glove.
Amid sultry settings and irresistible distractions, Madonna falls under the spell of Rio de Janeiro for W Magazine's "Blame it on Rio" story for March 2009 issue. The stylist, Arianne Philips, chooses our 'Ella' lace glove in black and ivory. Photographed by Steven Klein. Madonna is distracted, but not by who you may think. Our 'Ella' glove is the sole focus of her desire, and she's given into temptation. Who can blame her, really?
Natalia Vodianova in British Vogue in their 2008 "To Russia with Love" feature. Natalia is wearing our 'Georgina' pure cotton glove. The photographer is Mario Testino. Keeping tradition is important. That's why 'Georgina' is the perfect glove for this shoot. With her three points, she carries the tradition of past glove making back to the 18th century. We continue to make gloves with points because we know they work. What can you learn from tradition?