Fashion & Beauty

Marylebone Village retailers are giving back

For some the new norm is staying at home, working from home, exercising from home… but key workers are working extremely hard to make sure we are being looked after during the coronavirus outbreak. We want to give a big shout out to some of the retailers at Marylebone Village, who are giving back to charities and hospitals.

Sandro, 6 Marylebone High Street

Sandro have produced 10,000 masks with excess fabric stock from previous collections, which will be sent to hospitals, EHPAD and associations in France and Europe. Sandro has also made a commitment to the Red Cross by designing women’s and men’s t shirts, of which 100% of the profits will be donated to the Red Cross. Sandro will also offer a breakfast every Friday to hospital staff in the areas most affected by the outbreak.

Luca Faloni, 108 Marylebone High Street

The prestigious Italian menswear brand Luca Faloni have had to close their flagship store on 108 Marylebone High Street for now but they remain open online. Luca Faloni brings his modern, timeless styles and designs overseas. Until the end of April they are donating 10% of their revenue to the hospital of Bergamo in Northern Italy, an area devastated by the crisis and home to many of their artisans.

Kastur Jewels, 14 Bulstrode Street

Last month they opened their first stand-alone store on Bulstrode Street, Marylebone and although this has temporarily closed, they remain open online to still support their workshops and their talented craftsmen in India. In both April and May they will be giving 50% of any online sale to 3 charities in the UK, Kenya and India that help the most vulnerable affected by Covid.

ba&sh, 9 Marylebone High Street

Both timeless and unique, ba&sh clothing is a statement of your unique personality and character. They have created a pure cotton T-shirt with a message of hope and gratitude “I will hug you later” This chic and simple T-shirt will give back to French and US hospitals. They have also decided that every year an exclusive T-shirt will be designed to support associations who give them aid around the world.

Ginger Pig, 8-10 Moxon Street

The expert butchers of The Ginger Pig prepare and sell meat from animals in the UK. For many years they had their own farm in North Yorkshire but made the decision that it would be more sustainable to to support a small network of like minded farmers to produce meat for their shops. The shop offers a hugely popular range of pickles, pies, sausages, pates, terrines and sausage rolls. They have teamed up with Leon restaurants and Feed Britain to deliver food to those who need it and will give 100% of the proceeds to the NHS.

Rachel Riley

Rachel Riley is a children’s clothing brand known for its excellence and expertise, with over 20 years’ experience in children’s fashion. They are offering 40% off to all NHS staff to give something back whilst they are working so hard to save lives. 

Dinny Hall

A modern British jewellery brand with 30 year’s heritage, Dinny Hall are donating a percentage of sales from their Suffragette collection to Women’s Aid in order to support the important work they do in fighting against domestic violence, particularly during this pandemic.

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