Icons of the British Countryside: Deer

Who doesn’t love the flash of white in the woodland from a deer’s tail when you’re rambling or riding? The mournful but hypnotic calls of Red Deer in the rutting season are a regular sound to country dwellers, and herald …

Living Well, by Hartwell

Introduction To Live Well, Dress Well, Hartwell Thank you for the wonderful feedback we have received on our previous blogs, we’re glad so many of you enjoyed them. Our line ‘Live well, Dress well, Hartwell’ is not an empty advertising …

Silk Scarves and Why We Love Them!

Silk Scarves and Why We Love Them We are so fortuna The clothing industry is universally characterised by trends and products that come and go, but one item that has remained with us for decades and is still recognised as …

Things To Do On Your Countryside Staycation

So alongside “New Normal” the staycation phrase is fast becoming one of the most used words in the English language.  Now we all know what a staycation is and if you read our recent blog on the age of the staycation, you’ll …

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Countryside Icons (part 2). Guinea Fowl.

Icons of the British Countryside. Guinea Fowl. Although it is rare to see Guinea Fowl in large numbers across the British Isles, they are certainly there and although many are escaped birds from breeding farms; they bring an interesting diversity …

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Icons of the British Countryside – the Pheasant

Icons of the British Countryside – The Pheasant The lovable Pheasant is very much an icon of the British Countryside and intrinsic to many loved countryside pursuits. In fact, its immense popularity is behind numerous of our printed shirt designs …

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Our Love/Hate Affair with Mr Fox

What is it with Foxes?? I’m sure you must have noticed how foxes have become a normal aspect of the urban scene. But to older city-folk the fox, this somewhat remote, wily character of Aesop Fable fame, with his rather …