It looks like it's warming up for the bank holiday weekend. To celebrate, we've created an edit of brands that are brightening up our season. Which brands are getting you excited for the warmer weather?
Based in Brooklyn, Lillian Farag is a self-confessed free form and free spirited artist. Taking inspiration from New York City, her brand specialises in bright, colourful prints. She's currently collaborating with some really well known retailers including Anthropologie, definitely one to watch!
One of our very own clients, Toolally, are renowned for their effortlessly wearable earrings - all being handmade in Yorkshire. With striking and abstract designs, each piece is created with the aim of making a statement. We're loving their limited addition Rainbow Hoop Drops. They're a spring must have!
Ark Colour Design
After years of buying for their Cambridge store, Ark Colour Design was founded in 2015 by Jane Richards and Amy Lindsay. The brand offers playful, distinctive gifts which are all produced in Scotland. They say as each piece finished with hand embossing, everything is slightly special and unique!
Print designer Nikki Strange founded her eponymous label in 2013. Based in East London, her designs use a range of mediums with themes from astrology to landscapes. Covering stationery, travel bags and greeting cards, it's no surprise her pieces have been picked up by leading department stores.
Nathalie Bond Organics
Nathalie Bond Organics, run by Nathalie and her husband, was established with the aim of providing a natural alternative to high-street skincare. Produced in their studio in Sheffield using organic ingredients, all products are free of chemicals, ethically sourced and aren't tested on animals. Besides being just amazing products, we love their spring pastel packaging - perfect to brighten up any shelf.
desmond & dempsey
Desmond & Dempsey founded by one of our favourite brand couples, Joel & Molly, are all about the celebration of Sunday's with seasonal assortments based on their travels and places they love. Their newest collection, Le Jardin, is based on their intrigue with Morroco, and definitely gets us thinking about the warmer weather on the horizon.