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Celebrating the best of British design across fashion, food and cosmetics; discover the very of best of Britain with a selection of our favourite Fenwick finds.
Curators of the fine goods since 1882, we pride ourselves on celebrating our brilliantly British heritage. In homage of this, we’ve rounded up our five favourite British designs across fashion, food and cosmetics. From British menswear designer [PS Paul Smith]( to leading female pioneers in the cosmetic industry such as [Charlotte Tilbury](; we’ve curated our favourite Fenwick finds. Join us as we celebrate the very best delights Britain has to offer.

Olivia Rubin

Having launched her first collection after graduating from the prestigious Central Saint Martin’s College in London, Olivia Rubin is renowned for her penchant of colourful hues and eye-catching prints which adorn her womenswear collection. A regular across the columns of Britain’s leading fashion publications such as Vogue, Sunday Times Style and Elle; Rubin has returned with a revived brand after taking a break to focus on family. This new collection mixes her unique take on modern femininity, whilst playing homage to her beloved best-selling dresses and brightly coloured prints. Her new SS20 collection will be presented this September at London Fashion Week. Discover her current collection here, full of rainbow-inspired colours and feminine silhouettes.

Olivia Rubin Thea Stripe Dress, £420

Chase Distillery

Founded by William Chase in 2008, Chase Distillery is a British single-estate distillery that creates award-winning vodka, gin and spirits. With approximately 250 potatoes going into every bottle, this year Chase have created a special extra dry gin. Decorated with a distinctive Union Jack bow tie around the neck of the bottle, it’s been infused with 10 botanicals and distilled using potato vodka in a copper pot. If you’re all about the chase, explore our curated selection of Chase Distillery gins and vodkas here.

Chase Distillery Chase GB Gin, £33

PS Paul Smith

Renowned for classic designs with quirky details, British designer PS Paul Smith brings a catalogue of colour to your wardrobe. Clothing that is as fun as it is stylish, the fashion label started in Paul Smith’s hometown of Nottingham before presenting his first collection in Paris. A key figure of the British fashion industry, Smith designs his namesake collections in London. Receiving a CBE in 1994 for his services to the British fashion industry, The Queen’s Award in 1995 and the second designer to receive a knighthood in 2002; the brand’s quirky and eccentric use of patterns, colour and print is heavily influenced by the UK post-punk movement. Discover the new season collection here.

PS Paul Smith Slim Fit Mini Tortoise Print Shirt, £145

J&M Davidson

Husband and wife turned British fashion designers J&M Davidson understand luxury and expert craftsmanship, as it is encapsulated in their sleek, elegant bags. With a curation of satchels, crossbody bags and totes, the label’s refined sophistication started at the kitchen table of their Chiswick home. Discover our edit of these beautifully crafted leather handbags here.

J&M Davidson Shoulder Belt Bag, £795

Charlotte Tilbury

We can’t talk about all things British and not mention Charlotte Tilbury. Winner of over 205 awards, and with an MBE for services to the beauty and cosmetics industry in 2018, Charlotte Tilbury has pioneered a make-up revolution. Mixing British charm with Hollywood glamour, the eponymous brand aims to put red carpet radiance into beauty routines with make-up, fragrance and skincare. Widely recognised as one of the leading make-up artists with over 20 years’ experience, the make-up maven perfectly blends Hollywood glamour with a quintessential British charm. Explore the very latest here.

Charlotte Tilbury The Vintage Vamp, £165

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