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SS19

28/02/2019

Say hello to our new brands for SS19 – Part 2

Following on from our previous blog post, allow us to introduce you to 5 more new brands that are coming to Stanwells for SS19. Whether you’re a classic jeans and jacket sort of lady or you like to experiment with new styles, we’ve got something for you in our carefully curated new season collections… Nanushka Born and raised in Budapest, but a product of the prestigious London College of Fashion, designer Sandra Sandor launched her Nanushka label in 2006. Nanushka clothing embodies a subtle feminine style that exudes confidence as... Read More

19/02/2019

Say hello to our new brands for SS19 – Part 1

If you’re up to date with the latest Stanwells news, you’ll know that our Westbourne store has had a makeover and is looking better than ever. Now complete with a vibrant pink velvet sofa and a fresh lick of paint, we decided to fill it with new brands for SS19. Whether you’re a true fashionista or just in need of a wardrobe makeover, we’ve got a plethora of new brands and collections to choose from. Here’s a quick low-down of all the key designers you need to know this coming... Read More

24/01/2019
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Say It With a Slogan from Maison Labiche

Parisian label, Maison Labiche was founded in 2010 by designers Jenny Richard and  Jean-Baptiste Richard. Maison Labiche now has a cult following for its super-chic embroidered tees, shirts, sweaters and separates. With its whimsical French style and fun logos, Maison Labiche is worn by fashion lovers around the world and has become a wardrobe staple for many. Always a popular brand at Stanwells for the last few years, Maison Labiche is loved for its simplistic, Parisian fun style. New slogans on the classic tees for spring ’19 that are sure to be a hit are are ‘ The Boss’ and... Read More

11/10/2018
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Julia and Louise Take Paris: A Day in the Life of a Fashion Buyer

It’s that time again…Paris Fashion Week is upon us and the whirlwind trip that is a complement of extremes begins! There are no chic modes of transport for Louise and me when it comes to getting to fashion’s most glamorous of capitals; its good old budget airlines, restricted baggage and pre-wrapped sandwiches. Then the question of the luggage, so small no serious fashionista can transport her on trend wardrobe to compete with the cool girl style on the streets of Paris. We pack small, dress clever and keep the colours to a minimum... Read More