A Place in the Sun: Brand Guide

Take a mini-holiday and discover your dream summer wardrobe right in the heart of London. Venture downstairs at our new Notting Hill boutique and you’ll be transported to a cosy beach hut filled with a selection of womenswear for summer 2017. Why not take home a souvenir? Curated by Vogue Brasil writer Fernanda Abdalla, the collection brings together 23 brands from some of the most covetable resort locations around the world.


Swimwear by Adriana Degreas makes innovative use of texture and surprising textile choices. It’s the poolside choice for the unconventional dresser.

Famous for his collaborations with Kate Moss, Ara Vartanian’s haute joaillerie form Brazil has an unmistakable edge. Perfect for grown up rock chicks whose tasted have grown more sophisticated.

The ethos of Cabana Capri is the curation of rare luxury objects to fight the wave of mass-produced items masquerading as exclusive pieces. These handmade homewares will be the envy of everyone you know.

Daniella Helayel’s Dhela serves up 70s retro style with a twist. Bold colours and dramatic silhouettes are summertime staples for the adventurous voyager.

At Dulce Armenta, soft pastel shades fuse with simple shapes to give a delicate ballerina feel to swimwear.


Mexican artisanal craftwork creates accessories and dresses at Duo de Mar in discreet natural tones. Perfect for relaxing in resorts like Tulum, where the company is based.

Filipa de Abreu’s light cotton dresses are a harmonious combination of colour, pattern, and form, with a cool boho aesthetic. If you’re aiming to pack light, these dresses are suitable for going to the beach, or the cocktail bar.

Feel the retro girly vibes at Isolda, with hand-painted floral designs and printed, pleated and ruffled detailing.

For all fans of the mermaid trend, or just life-long water babies, Julia Gastin’s collection features gold and silver-plated shells to ensure each piece is unique.

A lush blend of Venetian and Byzantine decadence comes courtesy of Le Monde Beryl. Their gondolier slippers are the holy grail of comfortable luxury footwear. Wear with silk pyjamas, jeans, or breezy boho dresses.

Lito’s jewellery is imbued with a charming off-beat personality. We love their take on the evil eye motif, a realistic doe-eyed incarnation in bright blue.

For beautiful, decadent coats and outerwear, Maison Alma is a pioneer. Their complex eye-catching pieces are rafted from interior design fabrics reminiscent of tapestry work.

Clean box clutches from Malvez are a summer essential, with minimalist geometric shapes in striking high-contract colour palettes.

Mola Sasa contribute bright playful clutches. Their designs are irresistible, and any of them is sure to make you smile each time you use it. Pick your favourite animal or colour way, there can be no wrong choice.


Travel-inspired Muzungu Sisters offers bright colours with hippie-chic detailing. Expect pom moms and tassels for a fun-loving gypsy vibe.

Natural tone woven straw bags from Nannacay feature bright pops of colours in appliqué handmade pom pom patterns.

Nathalie Trad’s collection is inspired by the idea of a journey to utopia. Statement pieces come in pastel and natural metal shades, that impart the excitement of setting off on a new adventure.

Sparkling pieces from Noor Fares combine geometric shapes with delicate construction to offer a dreamy Oriental aesthetic.

Rescued pieces of furniture surpass their former glory when handled by Retrouvius. These one of a kind pieces are chosen for their history, as well as the quality of their materials and construction.

Stefania Frangista presents vibrant printed swimwear with a cutting edge modern feel, inspired by the most beautiful locations in Greece.

Sustainable, hand-woven basket bags from Teçume are right on trend for this summer season, but their quality and timeless elegance means they’ll be a go-to for years to come.

Vanda Jacintho: this made in Brazil powerhouse gives 70s retro a tropical twist. Light-hearted beach cover-ups are accented with chunky jewellery from natural materials.

Ornate patterned pillows from Yastik by Rifat Ozbek are inspired by Turkish interiors. Choose from a range of styles and colours to brighten up your home.

The pop-up runs from 21st June – 30th July 2017.