I love her stuff: she designs handbags, purses, jewellery, etc.... When I worked in London, I walked so many times by one of her shops but never dared to go over the threshold. It was like watching a dream: all these fancy handbags on shelves in a tiny boutique with bright white walls and a few pieces of twirly black furniture. I have passed this shop so many times that I can remember exactly all the other shops around: Molton Brown, Jo Malone, L'Occitane, Hermès, Penhaligon's, Agent Provocateur, etc... It was right in the City (Threadneedle street at the Royal Exchange now a luxury shopping precinct, still worth having a look inside even if you have no money to spend, the roof of the place is glass panelled and it looks very impressive). Once I was determined to go into Lulu Guinness shop but at the last minute my hands became all clamy and I felt my face turning a shade of deep scarlet that does not look natural for someone with a diaphane complexion like mine! So I went to the shop next door , Jo Malone, where there were 2 customers already. I was browsing and got noticed by a sales assistant. She asked me if I wanted to try their latest fragrance and, cornered, I said "why not?"... Then I got rewarded by a piece of chocolate! So what did I end up doing? I bought a bottle of the perfume I had just tried even though it was a bit too heady for my liking, but I thought it is going to grow on me (well to this day it still has not! But I do absolutely love their "Lavender and Amber Cologne", this one is heaven). And to show their gratitude (?!?) they booked in me for a free facial. Not long after though, I had to leave England: never had my free facial since it was the last thing on my mind at the time.
Anyway, here are some examples of her handbags (that you can buy online):