You have no items in your shopping cart.
"Better days will return,” Queen Elizabeth II said, echoing the beloved World War II-era song “We’ll Meet Again” that offered hope to many on the front lines. “We will be with our friends again; we will be with our families again; we will meet again.”
The Roaring Twenties was a time when many people defied prohibition, indulged in new styles of dancing and dressing, and rejected many traditional moral standards. It was a period when society was returning to normal after the First World War and the general mood was positive. This decade was a time when fashion took a turn from the conservative, old styles into a new era of fashion.
100 years on and many of the most popular men’s dress styles today are still modeled from the fashion of that decade. Heavy wool dark coats, vintage tweed suits, newsboy flat caps, tweed waistcoats, and penny collar shirts are some of the timeless garments that are becoming super trendy in the UK thanks to the Peaky Blinders drama. It’s the British drama series based on a gangster family after the First World war lead by Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) as they try to run the city with their corrupt activity. The programme hasn’t only taken over our TV screens though, it’s also influenced our fashion sense and inspired many themed bars and restaurants.
If the lady in your life is proving difficult to buy for, browse our edit of gifts for her to ensure fail-safe gifting. Looking for that show-stopper with the wow-factor? From luxurious one of a kind handbags to jewellery boxes and a comprehensive range of best sellers, these are the Christmas gifts that will be high on the wish list and will earn you brownie points too.
No idea what to get the men in your life?
For the men with luxury taste, our edit of Christmas gifts for him doesn’t disappoint. Here at SageBrown we’ve carefully chosen a selection of luxury gift ideas for that special someone who admires craftsmanship, design and the finer things in life. We have his wishlist covered.
2018 welcomes the arrival of the Year of the Dog. The Chinese zodiac decrees that people born this year are loyal, faithful and courageous. The London celebrations are taking place on 18 February, which is the Sunday following the date of the Chinese New Year (16 February).
Chinese New Year is a huge festival among Chinese communities in London and around the globe and will be celebrated from Saturday 28th January 2017 onwards for about 2 weeks ending on 2nd February. Each year in the Chinese calendar is represented by one of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac. This year is the Year of the Fire Rooster.
Summer has finally arrived and although the thermometer generally stays under 20 degrees with the habitual day of rain and clouds we can look forward to our summer holidays with anticipation. When the sun comes out, there's no better place to be than London. The parks are full of sunbathers, picnickers and musicians and there's an optimistic buzz around the shops, galleries, theatres and sights as tourists and locals alike chill out and relax and make the most of the weather.
This year we celebrate a leap year with 29 days in February. It's the shortest month of the year and in my opinion, it's the most optimistic, signifying the start of spring with snow drops and daffodils starting to show their faces.
There are many events to celebrate this month but the most notorious has to be Valentine's Day on Sunday 14th February. It feels like we only have one day to show our loved ones how much we care, with a few loving words and the gift they've always dreamed of – no pressure then!
Click below to read more ........
Autumn has just ended, there’s a crisp, cold feel to the air as we realise that winter is on its way. The nights draw in quickly and there’s a buzz around the streets as people go about their daily lives.
Click below to read more ........