Hettie's Lookbook showcasing our collections

Escape to the country with Hettie  

We invite you to explore our Hettie lookbook , showcasing our lifestyle collections infused with the colours of nature.

Themed to evoke our favourite memories , the collections , immersed into all products , are designed to recreate the feeling of bliss drawn from the natural world. Working on an array of eclectic colour palettes infused into each collection , Hettie will be adding in new fabrics, textures and products to mirror the seasons.

You can find our Hettie lookbook by following the link below. If you would like a copy delivered to your inbox just click there also.





Our new lookbook helps us tell the story of our lifestyle brand and our ethos.

The Hettie collections have been inspired by the wonderful things we see around us everyday . Classic British accessories, inspired by our local British landscape. All of the materials used reflect the natural colour tones found within the British countryside. For country style living with high quality, luxury accessories inspired by nature.

Help contribute to more sustainable living and care for the planet for future generations


Fashion trends and the first Lookbooks


The first fashion designer to start a fashion trend was Charles Frederick Worth who in 1858 was the first designer to sew his label into his clothing.

Before then there was no real difference between ready to wear clothing & haute couture and most clothing was made to measure meaning the customer would usually deal with the dressmaker face to face. The designs for these outfits were usually based on the seamstresses interpretation of a printed design from Paris usually and then distributed throughout Europe where they were anxiously awaited by many.

Around the beginning of the 1900s fashion magazines began to include photographs and beautifully drawn fashion plates which influenced the tastes of the time.


Stay connected to nature after lockdown,

A major appeal has been launched recently by the National Trust . It is aimed at encouraging people to maintain links made with the natural world during lockdown and to raise money for environmental projects halted because of the Covid-19 crisis

The conservation charity is also keen to encourage more care and respect for nature following a surge in littering and damage to nature and wildlife this summer .

We know how being connected to nature can have a positive effect on our emotions and we welcome this initiative.


Hettie Home

Bring the outside in to you home with our fresh soft furnishings in the colour palettes of our trinity of collections

Accessorising your home with cushions and throws is the perfect way to bring the countryside in and create calm and relaxing spaces inside.



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