Every year, it is proclaimed that Ibiza is over. Its soul lost to mass tourism, super clubs and commercialism. A victim of its own success with the end in sight. I disagree.Read More
According to recent press reports Unilever are threatening to drop Marmite from its portfolio. The following is my case for the defence.
Marmite has been dividing the nation since 1902. You either love it or you hate it. There is no in between.Read More
London is an ever evolving city and neighbourhoods will always be going in and out of fashion. Shoreditch hung on for a long time but eventually it fell from grace. An affluent crowd moved in and the area lost its edge. At first graffiti and grime sat comfortably next to independent boutiques and a Soho House club, but Shoreditch became complacent.Read More
The recent Martin Parr exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery included a working cafe serving tea and cake as an installation. So midway through the exhibition you could have a quick sit down, a cuppa and a slice of Battenberg cake. What could possibly be more British!Read More
Mary Quant is so much more than her Vidal Sassoon haircut. She was a pioneer of affordable accessible fashion and the most iconic fashion designer of the 1960s. Mary Quant created fashion for everyone.Read More
As founder of Notonthehighstreet.com and Holly & Co, Holly Tucker MBE needs no introduction. She is the champion of small business and her latest venture is once again testament to that mission.Read More
I love London. It’s my home and I am a Londoner through and through, but the city of Barcelona is in my soul. My mother is Catalán and I spent all my childhood summer holidays and every Christmas in Barcelona. I lived and worked in the city in my twenties and I am fluent in both Spanish and Catalán. If I were to live anywhere else in the world, Barcelona would be my first choice, closely followed by Ibiza.
So much has been written about Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, Barça Football Club or Catalunya’s quest for independence that today I just want to give you an insider’s guide to Barcelona.Read More
One of the things we most enjoy at H&G is our Christmas photo shoot so we thought we’d take you behind the scenes of our most recent shoot.Read More
There is so much more to Sweden than Abba, Ikea and meatballs and Stockholm, the capital, is the jewel in the crown. An effortlessly hip city that aside from the usual sightseeing has amazing bars, restaurants and shops.Read More
At Harrow & Green we absolutely love a tote bag, but we felt there was a gap in the market for cool tote bags for men. So we went into the H&G studio and designed a collection.Read More
On 17th September 2018 Orla Kiely announced that her fashion company had ceased trading and would be closing all of its stores. The demise of such an established name has given rise to a lot of speculation.Read More
Our journey with H&G means that we meet lots of amazing entrepreneurs and two of our favourites are Jamie and Catherine Douglas who are the duo behind "Bread & Jam". In July we all sat down together, they popped the kettle on and we asked them a few questions...Read More
We're often asked about our studio space so here is a sneaky peak of both our home and work studios.
Our work studio in Dulwich is in a renovated Pye Electronics factory. We're huge fans of its industrial look and feel, the exposed brickwork and steel window frames all add to its charm.Read More
We love the white island of Ibiza so much that we’d like to share just a few of our favourite places.
Agroturismo Atzaro is paradise. Our stand out favourite boutique hotel and our home every summer. A hotel that offers such laidback luxury is a rare find. It captures the true essence of the island, an oasis where everyone is welcome.Read More