In keeping with the theme of our April issue, we’re celebrating the best of British accessories.
What could be more English than an umbrella? Fulton have been making umbrellas since 1956, originally in a small factory in Whitechapel, London. Holders of a Royal Warrant, their latest range is the Eco Planet collection which includes this Beehive design.
Princes Street is Edinburgh’s main shopping thoroughfare so it seems particularly fitting that OX favourites, luxury leather goods designer, Strathberry. have given its name to this cute purse, used in their current collection.
From £125 strathberry.com
Sara O’Neill creates Éadach’s dreamy handmade prints from the Causeway coast. She has taken inspiration from Irish myths and legends for this exquisite silk pocket square: The Children of Lir This fable tells the tale of an ancient King, Lir, whose daughters were turned into swans by his jealous second wife.
£65 or £95 including customisation kit. eadach.com
Who doesn’t love a good cwtch? The welsh word for cuddle is immortalised in perspex by Cardiff-based jewellery makers,
Let’s not forget our canine companions – Barbour’s iconic waxed jacket (the epitome of British bucolic living) is also available for your best-dressed doggy friend.
From £39.99 barbour.com