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This unique collaboration merges iconic interiors brand House of Hackney and La Coqueta in a combination of the brand’s renowned prints with our timeless staple styles. In addition to the unmistakable Palmeral and Wild Card prints, House of Hackney have worked with the Victoria and Albert Museum to create two striking new patterns reworked from the V&A’s collection. Traditional hand-smocked dresses showcase Voysey’s whimsical Alice in Wonderland characters and botanical print. Vibrant shirts in House of Hackney’s classic Palmeral and Wild Card prints make these smart and stylish options for boys with a wild side, and our A-shape dress is given an art deco twist in the iconic Palmeral print.
A partnership with trusted fashion insider Moda Operandi sees us launching an exclusive capsule collection as part of our AW16 season. We are thrilled to feature on their iconic site amongst so many brands we love, sitting closer to our American customers. Discover our staple pieces and season must-haves across our ranges for girl, boy and babies as curated by the Moda Operandi team.
One of the most rewarding activities to share with our kids, cooking gets everybody involved and keeps little hands busy. More than just preparing food, cooking with children is a wonderful opportunity to teach the younger ones about the rewards of creating their own meals, discovering new ingredients and enjoying quality family time in a fun way.
Celia met with friend Skye McAlpine from From My Dining Table for a fun day of cooking with their kids. The children had the most incredible time in the garden, preparing delicious meals and later tasting it all at the table.
DOISNEAU FOR TODAY
A photoshoot that comes as an ode from Celiato everything she holds dear; the work of Robert Doisneau, the innocence and sense of freedom of childhood, her children and the part of town where they enjoy living together so much.
Working with photographer Sarah Winborn and stylist Francesca Bartoli. It is based around the concept of holding on to that sense of naivety and playfulness of being a child by bringing the playful spirit and aesthetic of Doisneau in the early 20th Century to a modern day Audience.