WHOS BEEN SEEN IN TDH
MAY STYLE ROUND UP
Taking lead in the style season, Wanda Green worn here by Tonia Buxton.
Taking lead in the style season, Wanda Green worn here by Tonia Buxton.
Charlotte Dawson gave us all the Margaux Mid feels on holiday in Dubai and Holly Willoughby took us back to Studio 54 wearing the Lena Non Stop Disco.
Take a look below for some of the hottest picks from this month.
Ella Eyre attended the Vanity Fair rising star BAFTA’s pre-party, wearing the Wanda Mango from the new Sunset Collection paired with a two-piece check number from Annie’s Ibiza.
And again at the British Vogue X Tiffany party wearing the Wanda Dakota.
Holly Willoughby looked incredible in a thigh-split gown teamed with a fluffy peach boa as she joined a slew of stars including Penny Lancaster at Annabel’s in London for a star-studded Studio 54-themed bash on Thursday wearing the Lena Non Stop Disco.
Charlotte Dawson giving us all the holiday feels from Dubai wearing the Margaux Mid Gold
A birthday bash fit for a queen, Oenone turned 28 last week and celebrated in style wearing the Val White.
Skater girl Keon Saghari provided us with some fabulous Chateau style wearing the Wanda Salinas.
Designer Kika Simonsen wearing the Val Ice.
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From our classic Val High boot to the newest Disco Collection Zia’s we’ve got your Autumn/Winter style inspiration covered. At the beginning of October, we welcomed a new wave of disco crazed styles to the TDH collection, with 2 new Disco Editions and a Space Cowboy collection our NYE party wardrobe is well underway.
It’s the season of the Val High boot, an Autumn wardrobe staple. As seen on pop sensation Pixie Lott, actress Anya Joy Taylor and featured in the new ‘Quant’ documentary directed by Sadie Frost. A favorite at Annie’s Ibiza the Val White has been seen on numerous occasions, versatile in style and expecting a full restock by the end of this month. Other colours of the Val High featured below, the Val Mango, Mar, black, and Rosa.
Back for more after its sell-out of the first Zia Super Green from the Metals Collection, the Zia 95 Super Green is now available in a low heel version. As seen worn by Amy Huberman and Angela Scanlon on her Ask Me Anything show, Writer Dolly Alderton, TV Favorite Emily Atack, and Musician V for Victoria.
The Pikes X Terry de Havilland collaboration has also been a big hit with the celebs, the Pikes Margaux worn below by lifestyle Influencer Naomi Kisted, Radio Presenter Vick Hope, and BBC Radio 1 DJ Arielle Free.
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Julia Clancey’s disco fever resort wear show took the Kornit Fashion Week by storm with a guest appearance from supermodel and long-time Halston sensation, Pat Cleveland bringing along her signature freestyle dance walk. Known for her glamorous kaftans and turbans, Clancey worked with Kornit to create the first prints for her brand — think rainbow martini glasses and graphic chains in loungey, jet-set silhouettes.
Among those joining Pat Cleveland to roller skate, flamenco, tap, or ballet dance down Clancey’s runway were 55-year-old actress Lisa Edelstein, 56-year-old actress Robbi Chong, 52-year old dancer, and choreographer Kevin Stea, and plus-size model Stella Ellis.
The fun-filled, exciting show took place under dazzling disco balls to the tune of classic songs such as “Vogue” by Madonna and “The Rockafeller Skank” by Fatboy Slim. Looks were accessorized with chainmail scarves, floral headbands, colorful pom-pom drop earrings, and best of all our signature metallic styles including the Margaux Mid Gold, Ivy Gold Silver, Zia Super Green, and our most recent sell-out, the Zia Gold Platino.
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Emily in Paris season two is about to be released and finally, in a set of new photos released by Netflix, we got our first official glimpse of Emily’s new wardrobe this season. And it leaves a lot to unpack.
Shoppers looking to replicate the Parisian style from Lily Collins, playing Emily Cooper, and Ashley Park, playing Mindy Chan in popular Netflix series Emily in Paris – as teasers of series two are released – you can do so, online at Terry de Havilland.
The images, shared by Netflix, see leading actress Lily Collins wearing our iconic Isabella Disco, 3cm double platform shoe, with 12cm heel, mesh and metallic detailing, and an open toe. The £275.00, it’s available in sizes 36 to 41 and expecting a re-stock in the middle of October.
Followed by Ashley Park who is seen in one of our bestsellers the Zia Rose Gold, a lower 9.5cm block heel shoe, with a 1.5cm platform. The open-toe shoe is complete with rose gold glitter and clever ‘lightning bolt’ pattern cuts and is available online in sizes 36-41 for £315.00.
We have been lucky enough to work with the amazing and talented costume designer Patricia Field. Patricia is a delight to work with and her work on both Emily in Paris and Sex in the City and has been remarkable. The shoes she chooses from our brand are glamourous and extravagant, shoes that give people confidence and style as seen in the series.
It’s no secret that the Sex and the City reboot is on its way, currently being filmed in New York City. We’ve seen plenty of sneak peek behind the scenes images from the set, including some style snaps with our Lena Non Stop Disco featured in one of the SATC episodes. Patricia Field is the famed costume designer responsible for Sarah Jessica Parker’s iconic wardrobe throughout SATC and the subsequent films. The sundress was made by a brand called Raga which is sold at Anthropologie, Nordstrom, and Mod Sense.
In the images, the show’s star, Sarah Jessica Parker, is seen filming a scene wearing a bohemian-inspired printed dress layered over a baby blue chambray button-down with our Lena Non Stop Disco. Along with similar new styles, this Lena will be available in September.
Lena Non Stop Disco Drop 1 is now available to pre-order online with a dispatch from the 13th of September, drop 2 will be available at the end of September.
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As our second edition Pikes collaboration kicks off we’ve been inspired to get shopping and Grazia is here to help us with some lunchtime top picks. Our Pikes capsule has birthed an exciting 2 piece collection inspired by the Pikes Ibiza hotel Serpent, designed around one of our classic styles the Margaux, and a new addition to the TDH family, the Ivy. We’ve encompassed the Ibiza feeling within the vibrant gold piping and a strong block heel.
Our Pikes Ivy was featured in Grazia this week as a Lunchtime top pick and we’re very excited to share it with you. Read all about our new collection which launched last Friday on our website and you can check out the Grazia article online here.
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We’ve teamed up with the ‘one to watch’ artist JEMIMASARA to announce a design collaboration that sees the launch of a limited edition ‘sketched’ sneaker – designed to promote positivity and self-love amongst our audiences this summer.
We have worked throughout the spring to design and create a white, flat canvas sneaker complete with ‘self-love’-inspired colourful sketches as a gentle reminder of the importance of self-love following the rise of mental health issues in the Gen Z and Millennial sectors at a time of the global pandemic.
Creating a stylish product with such a timely and important message behind it was important for our designers here at Terry de Havilland – where our creations have been worn by fashion icons such as Cher, Lady Gaga, and Rita Ora – and Jemima, founder of JEMIMASARA, whose artwork reflects her advocacy for good mental health. The young artist’s work has already been featured by exclusive lifestyle brands such as Anthropologie and Wolf and Badger.
The sneaker is energetic and fun – guaranteed to put a spring in the step. Purchasers will receive the product in a hand-packaged, shimmering coral box, which will include creative stickers and a self-love manifesto created by Jemima Sara specifically for the collaboration. It includes daily do’s and don’ts and tips for taking a lighter approach to life.
The sneaker will be available to buy at the Terry de Havilland online store from Friday 16th July 2021. Available in sizes UK 3 to 8 the sneaker retails at £125.00.
Darren Spurling, Managing Director at Terry de Havilland, said: “The self-love limited-edition sneaker is a design which celebrates two British brands coming together to give back to their audiences, which is very important following over a year of a global pandemic.
“We have intertwined our brand roots with the sneaker and worked alongside Jemima and her uplifting artwork to create a sneaker unique to both of us, but more importantly individual to our shopper. We can’t wait to share this product as part of our ‘summer of self-love’ campaign. The sneaker is comfortable and versatile, so it can be dressed up or down whilst promoting a topic which must be addressed.”
Jemima Sara, founder of JEMIMASARA said, “I have loved working with Terry de Havilland on such an exciting collaboration which has a message very close to my heart. My passion is found in the freedom of expression and mental health so this campaign and design could not be more true to the foundations Jemima Sara stems from. I hope the sneaker is enjoyed by all and raises the important reminder to love and celebrate ‘self-love’ in every form throughout the summer.”
Limited edition sneakers will be available online from Friday 16th July 2021.
Jemima Sara tells us the inspiration behind this self-motivating and powerful design.
I find the word ‘Self love’ has been used over and over again and it’s always being related to appearance. I would say that it’s not just about loving your appearance, but loving every aspect of yourself from odd habits to our laugh. I would also say self-love is letting yourself grow into healthier versions of yourself.
If I could tell my younger self one thing, it’s that being ‘perfect’ is an overrated lie. Love, and have pride in your imperfections. You deserve to be loved, express yourself, and have fun.
For me, self-love is about acceptance. Acceptance of your individual imperfections. The things that make us who we are. These individual imperfections are always something we as humans find hard to accept especially in our day and age where social media plays such a massive role in our life. Something that helps me with self-love is not to see yourself as a whole but to look at the things you enjoy about yourself and your strengths. It might be your eyes, your dance routine, or your goofy laugh, and then to look at that ‘thing’, whatever it may be, and see it as a unique but beautiful entity.So, why self-love on a shoe? I guess mixing art with fashion is a way of expressing thoughts, fears, and passions for people to wear, keep, and enjoy.
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ROCK UP AND ROLL INTO IBIZA THIS SUMMER
Renowned rock ‘n’ roll brands Pikes Ibiza and Terry de Havilland launch their second limited-edition collaboration.
We’ve teamed up with the iconic hotel Pikes Ibiza for the launch of a luxury limited-edition footwear capsule collection.
Created for those looking to teeter out of restrictions in show-stopping shoes, the styles are guaranteed to add glamour to any outfit this summer. Two designs bring together the nostalgic feel of Terry de Havilland and the mythical, creative ethos celebrated at Pikes Ibiza.
Inspired by the serpent, and how it moves and adapts, the collection is made up of two of Terry de Havilland’s most popular party styles, laser-cut liquid gold foil serpent on black suede. The hand-drawn stencil is carefully wrapped around each design. A 22-carat golden serpent charm, exclusive to the capsule, and attached to the straps.
With clients flocking to both Pikes and Terry de Havilland for unique, innovative experiences, we wanted to create an exclusive collection for them to love, cherish and celebrate this summer.
The Pikes Margaux retails at £495 and the Pikes Ivy at £395. Shoppers can browse and buy the shoes on the Terry de Havilland website, and book to stay in the iconic hotel via the Pikes Ibiza website. The new styles will be available to shop online from Midday Friday 23rd of July with limited numbers available.
Dawn Hindle, creative director at Pikes Ibiza, says: “Authenticity and embracing the rock ‘n’ roll culture of our hotel is something we’re always looking to encourage and enhance for our guests. Following a collaboration with Terry de Havilland to celebrate the mythical Pamela and her restaurant last year, collaborating on a new line that includes one of the worlds most iconic and timeless shoes, The Margaux gives our guests a nostalgic yet unique collection to choose from, is something we’ve loved working on and are so excited to share.”
Take a look at some of our lifestyle images created by Pikes Ibiza below…
Thanks to Angela Scanlon the Zia All Sorts made the front page of Fabulous Magazine in April’s edition.
Paired with a two-piece teal blue suit, Angela stunned readers as a bomb of colour across the four-page spread. Seen again wearing the Wanda Mint, this time-worn with an ankle-length teal blue dress.
Styled by : Nana Acheampong