We had some AMAZING design idea suggestions for our Protected Species competition last week, you really are a clever and generally fabulous bunch of readers. We gave Protected Species co founder Anne Muir all the results, she mulled over all… Read More Read More
There’s an interesting new feminism narrative happening in clothes, which is focusing less on the end product (although that is still important) and more about who’s involved in the supply chain. Women entrepreneurs make up a big percentage of… Read More Read More
You may remember my enthusiastic endorsement of Protected Species outerwear back here. Well, nine months on and I still love my parka, which has been around the world with me; on country walks, urban safaris and down the high street… Read More Read More
You may remember we wrote about the Protected Species rain mac and parka back here. I have hardly taken my parka of since I got mine, it is extremely practical -light weight for carrying, smart, snugly dry during downpours and… Read More Read More
I have been mightily impressed with some new rain wear that came my way recently. The nice people at Protected Species (Iove the name) sent me one of their parka rain coats to try, to demonstrate the London based design… Read More Read More
After the success of our recent Protected Species rain mac competition, we are pleased to bring you another fabulous chance to win something lovely.
We’ve written about The Secret Linen Store previously and many of you have their beautiful and… Read More Read More
Earlier this week I accosted someone on the tube. I don’t do this very often, but the woman I grabbed was wearing the very best raincoat I’d seen for ages (possibly since this Protected Species one) and I could not… Read More Read More
The winner of our Protected Species rain mac comp is Lorraine Tuck, well done Lorraine! The Protected Species team will be in touch shortly.
In the end I thought everyone sounded very worthy, so I popped all the names on… Read More Read More
This weekend I went to Devon to see my 83 year old dad and his (very slightly) younger sister, my aunt. We do very little, just sit around my aunt’s kitchen table reminiscing, eating Cornish pasties (my aunt makes the… Read More Read More