Harriet Sanders featured on Daily Telegraph

13th October 2014

Last week was an exciting week for us, since not only did we start preparing all of our lovely stock for Selvedge Winter Fair and Spirit of Christmas, but we also got featured on the Daily Telegraph’s website! The story – a short guide on how websites can help businesses grow – featured our website’s talented creators, Eight Arms, and our very own Harriet, who gave her perspective on how crucial it is to have an effective website for our company. “Our website is our shop window, which is of paramount importance” she said. “We needed our website to reflect our image, a high-end handbag brand. We are growing and developing and needed our website to come with us.” Click here to read the full feature – and since we love hearing from our customers, let us know if there is anything you would like to see on our online shop! Also don’t forget to pay us a visit at Selvedge Winter Fair (on the 31st and 1st of November) and Spirit of Christmas (from the 4th to 9th of November) – what better way is there to start your Christmas shopping?




Gloucestershire Women in Business Awards 2015

8 May 2015

A few weeks ago, I had the absolute delight in being told I was a Finalist for Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2015 in the Gloucestershire Women in Business Awards.  To be recognised for all my hard work was really rewarding and I had a massive smile on my face! On Wednesday 6th May, the

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London Fashion Week: Ethologie by Jasper Garvida

23 February 2015

This weekend, I had the pleasure of being invited to Jasper Garvida’s LFW show for Ethologie.  Jasper and I collaborated on his SS15 Collection, so I knew I was in for a treat with his AW15 Collection. The show took place in ME Hotel’s Radio Bar, with fantastic views of the city. When I arrived, I

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Harriet’s Top Tips For Applying For Jobs (in Fashion)

18 November 2014

Over the last few months I have been trying to replace an irreplaceable member of staff, my Production Manager.  Granted the new employee had some big shoes to fill (not really, she was a size 4) and my expectations were always going to be very high, however, one thing I did learn is that not

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