Hawthorne & Heaney goes to Ocean Liners: Speed and Style

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Spanning across 8 rooms the V&A museum’s exhibition, Ocean Liners: Speed and Style, takes us back to an era of opulence and lifestyle travel. Walls painted in moody grey tones, wooden floors, all paired with ocean sounds create an atmosphere of warmth and comfort.   Starting off with a brief history of ocean liners and […]

Hawthorne & Heaney Visits Anna Sui Exhibition

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An exciting exhibition focusing on the daring, rock-n-roll  American fashion designer, Anna Sui. Exhibited at the London Fashion and Textile Museum until 1st October 2017. Anna Sui is not your traditional American fashion designer. From Detroit to New York her unique style is forever growing and adapting to the pop culture that reinvents itself for […]

Hawthorne & Heaney for London Craft Week Part 2

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Along side our Monogramming for Handkerchiefs class on the 4th May, we are also holding a Monogramming for Cufflinks class on the 5th May. You can join us to learn the delicate art of monogramming and leave with your own monogrammed cufflinks at the end. Follow the link to secure your place as spaces are […]

Hawthorne & Heaney Explores The Life of Francis Golding

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Francis Golding – 1944 – 2013 The Francis Golding Exhibition: ‘a sartorial biography’ at The Museum of London is a small viewing celebrating the fashion and life of Francis Golding. He became a fashion icon and ‘charts the changes in the city’s style over the last 40 years’. He was born 1944 and sadly passed away a few years […]

Hawthorne & Heaney for Diana: Designing a Princess BBC Documentary

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2017 sees the 20th anniversary of the tragic death of our beloved Diana, Princess of Wales. To mark the anniversary, BBC Two has made a documentary called ‘Diana: Designing a Princess’ to celebrate the Princesses sense of style and fashion. Hawthorne and Heaney are excited and grateful to say we played a small part in […]

Hawthorne & Heaney at ‘Vogue 100: A Century of Style’

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The National Portrait Gallery hosts to an exhibition reflecting back on the last 100 years of Britain’s most well known fashion magazine, Vogue. Last week, Hawthorne & Heaney’s Intern Philippa Martin went to check it out for us. Vogue 100: A Century of Style sign   Every 10 years has a dedicated room to explore the […]

Hawthorne & Heaney at the ‘Style Forever’ Launch

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Being a fashionable lady about town, our Director, Claire Barrett often attends events like the launch of Alyson Walsh’s new style guide, ‘Style Forever’ in the company of her friend and tailor, Kathryn Sargent. As an esteemed fashion journalist and blogger, Walsh has now turned her attention to the FAB (Fifty and Beyond) generation in […]