Inner Hebridean Isles 56.292591 - 5.647942
Separated by the narrowest stretch of Atlantic Ocean is the rugged Isle of Seil and the village of Ellenabeich.
Once a famous slate quarry, the island was battered in a storm in 1881, flooding the quarry. Nestled in among the cliff face and on the edge of the playful Atlantic are the original miners cottages where Islanders still live.
The inky blue of the sea and its white crashing waves, tickle the slate beaches which are littered with Pyrite, Fools Gold. The sea is a wetter version of the sky which it's beauty is reflected in. On those winter days, when there is no rain, the mist will make you think there is.
Our A/W19-20 collection pays homage to the rugged and raw beauty of the Scottish Inner Hebridean Islands. Combining the kaleidoscope of shape and pattern from the Italian fashion master that is Pucci.
Handcrafted using resin, silver and 9ct gold with 18ct gold flake. Click above to see our inspiration behind the collection.