given the chance for some R&R in Bali I jumped at the chance. (I being me.. Kate, Missoma's Marketing Manager). A self confessed workoholic.. I needed to unwind and take it SLOW for a while.
Back in September, we hopped on a plane over to Amsterdam (who knew it was so easy!!) and we caught up with some of our fave gals from this incredible scandi town. We've told you all about them... but here's a little behind the scenes if Marisa and Kate... mostly in the rain... still smiling though ;)
We love Merrth's style... cosy, chic, a little touch of rock and roll with a sophisticated twist.. and we wanted to see how she styled her Missoma. Merrith styled four outfits for us and we hope they are going to inspire your Autumnal wardrobe and how you too, can wear your Missoma whatever the weather.
We've had a busy old summer at Missoma HQ and with a busy Autumn ahead, our Marketing guru kate hopped on the Eurostar with with bestie Imogen Roy for a little rest-bite, many market stalls, vintage shops and jazz bars. Here's a little glimpse of Missoma in Marseille in the latest of our Missoma Muse stories.
Rebecca Laurey is to us, the epitome of the Missoma Muse. Smart, cool, fun and fashionable. Her style is fashion forward but relaxed, always leaving things a little undone. We wanted to catch up with Rebecca before she left Amsterdam for the Big Apple... so we did just that.
We have had so many wonderful kind words about the campaign photographs for Lucy Williams x Missoma: The Roman Collection, we wanted to give you a little glimpse of behind the scenes at Villa Machiavelli, Italy, where we were lucky enough to shoot.
I first visited Jaipur about 10 years ago when I went looking for factories to make our designs. Back then I was still making jewellery around the kitchen table with my mother and sister - it was a passion project that was fast turning into a business.
I had always considered Venice the ultimate romantic city break and yet had never visited its canals or seen it’s frescos... until a few weeks ago when I was whisked off to the city of water, canals, murano glass and festival masks. Here's what i learned...