Skip to main content

No results found

What's On, Style, Fashion

Mother's Day Gifts

from Bianca Elgar 

divider
Mothers Day Gifts Bianca Elgar Three Generations Head Scarves

March heralds not only International Women’s Day on the 8th but also Mother’s Day on 31st. OX favourite, Bianca Elgar, has created a new campaign in celebration of all the women in our lives: strong, independent, funny, wise and beautiful. It’s currently showing on Bianca’s website and social media and features three generations of Oxford residents.

Bianca comments, “I couldn’t be happier with these images. I don’t want sultry, posing archetypes, I want pictures which celebrate joy, warmth and friendship because these are the things which make us feel good about ourselves, and that is the way in which I want to show my designs. What really comes across is the chemistry between all three of these fantastic women – we had an absolute ball on the day and it shows!”

Photography Flavia Catena

As part of her campaign, Bianca has created a choice of exclusive gift sets for Mother’s Day (£60, available at biancaelgar.com). Each set comprises one of Bianca’s luxurious silk skinny-scarves (in a choice of three prints from the award-winning Language of Flowers collection) and is paired with a coordinating set of Carissas; versatile, modular, magnetic jewellery cleverly designed to be used as a scarf fastener, a brooch or as earrings). Available in Winter Rose print, paired with red Carissas, Forget Me Not print with sky-blue Carissas or Passion Flower with violet Carissas. All hand-wrapped in Bianca’s exclusive gift wrap and including an additional free gift – a magnetic LOVE postcard.

WIN!

We have a set to giveaway to one of our readers. All you have to do is tell us which iconic Oxford location was used for the celebration of women shoot.

Email your name, contact details and answer to competitions@fyne.co.uk. This competition closes 25 March 2019.

Terms and Conditions

Prize cannot be exchanged. Winner is selected at random from correct answers. Judge’s decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into.

By entering one of our competitions you consent to your details being shared with event organisers/competition partners. You also allow both Fyne Associates Ltd, the publisher of OX Magazine, and our competition partners access to your email address for both administrative details and special offers. Any personal data will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to any other party without your prior consent.

For any data enquiries, and if you’d like to see our privacy policy, contact Toby Hambly tobyh@fyne.co.uk

RECOMMENDED

Fri 24 May 2019

Smokin Donut

Accelerating Secondary School Talent with Toby Goodman Racing

Lord Williams's A-Level student Toby Goodman is a kid in a hurry… which is great news for the town as Toby’s successful ten year career has progressed from karting championships into the driving seat of competitive car racing, placing him tipped to win the MINI Challenge 2019 Cooper Pro Series against stiff opposition...

Wed 22 May 2019

Raymond Martinez

Olives, Pop Stars and Blossom

“Normally if you go to an art school, afterwards the only jobs are teaching, but I have taught practically nothing in my whole life and managed to survive. A lot of it is luck, a lot of it is about being continuous – you’ve got to work. And you’ve got to have something to say.”

Tue 21 May 2019

For 30,000 years humans have been making objects from clay and hardening them in fire – from functional vessels to ritual figurines and decorative art. And you can see 21st-century design combined with these age-old techniques during Oxfordshire Artweeks...

Mon 20 May 2019

Step off the High Street of Watlington this May during Oxfordshire Artweeks and you’ll find yourselves in India, surrounded by wall art by textile artist Harriet Riddell (Artweeks venue 283) who has just returned from a trip to the northern state of Rajasthan where she stitched the glories of the people and the places they inhabit in free-motion embroidery. Each piece shows a place with its human stories woven in...