Roberto Cavalli’s unique vision and willingness to experiment is reflected in his distinctive fashions for both men and women. Renowned for his creativity, Cavalli rose to fame when his patented patchworks and revolutionary technique for printing on leather earned him commissions from the likes of Pierre Cardin and Hermès.
Radley was born in the heart of London in 1998, with a mantra of making bags for women to fall in love with. With its roots in vibrant Camden Market, the brand has evolved into a British icon of affordable luxury.
Mixing creative design, quality materials and immaculate craftsmanship the brand has grown into a leader in the premium accessories market.
Since its inception in 2004, Qeelin has embraced the evocative myths of the East, creating lavish fine jewellery that is abundant in symbolism. The iconic designs, carefully selected materials and exceptional craftsmanship deliver a beguiling combination of poise, playfulness and enchanting Oriental beauty. Coveted among stars and luminaries all over the world, Qeelin opened its Paris boutique in 2007 and today the brand can be found in fashion capitals across the globe.
Producing luxury lifestyle products since 1913, Prada prides itself on uncompromised quality and design innovation.
Focusing on rare and valuable materials that are long lasting and durable, Prada encapsulates sophisticated manufacturing techniques. Prada has become a well-known household name, loved by customers from across the globe.
Visit the Prada store at Bicester Village and discover ready-to-wear handbags, purses, footwear, accessories, eyewear, fragrances and leather goods.
Polo Ralph Lauren Children is designed to reflect the timeless heritage and modern spirit of Ralph Lauren’s collections for men and women.
Signature classics, including iconic polo knit shirts and luxurious cashmere cable sweaters, are interpreted in the most sophisticated and vibrant colors. Fashionable styles are inspired by Ralph Lauren’s unique vision each season—from All-American sportswear with preppy and equestrian inspirations to tailored and elegant ensembles for special occasions.
Established in Milan in 1967, Pomellato was the first company to introduce the ready-to-wear philosophy to the world of jewellery. Synonymous with creativity and character, Pomellato’s pieces are immediately recognisable for their unconventional style, expressed through an inimitable blend of colourful stones, unmistakable craftsmanship and Milanese elegance. The spirit of the brand is transformed into outstanding creations by the expert hands of Pomellato’s goldsmiths.
Penhaligon’s is a British perfumer, founded in 1870 by William Penhaligon. Characterised by our longstanding relationship with royalty, as proud holders of two Royal Warrants from HRH the Duke of Edinburgh and HRH the Prince of Wales, as well as our creativity and rich heritage of 145 years. William’s first fragrance, Hammam Bouquet, was inspired by the steamy, rich scents of the Hammam baths on Jermyn Street. We continue William’s legacy of creating fragrances inspired by the unexpected to this day, from a Savile Row workrooms to London Dry Gin, the Ballet to London’s historic docklands.
Polo for women is the new symbol of personal expression for the young modern girl. A romantic bohemian with a cool sportiness, the Polo girl mixes iconic all-American style with an eclectic downtown edge, all put together with individual flair. From sophisticated tweeds and simple black dresses to rugged outdoorsy looks and city-worn leather, Polo represents easy, energetic style — free-spirited and cool.
Lauren translates the sophisticated luxury of Ralph Lauren womenswear into an affordable wardrobe for ever y occasion. From timeless essentials with special finishing touches to polished silhouettes with a chic, modern spirit, Lauren maintains an elegant, feminine heritage while making strong seasonal fashion statements.
From his perennially popular striped accessories to finely tailored fashions for men and women, this English institution’s creations are always a hit. The various Paul Smith collections are inspired by the traditional British clothing that the designer admires, from the handmade tweeds of the Nottinghamshire county set to the bespoke suits in unusual blues or greens that he wore himself.
Iconic knitwear company, Pringle of Scotland was founded in 1815. With its principles of quality, style, authenticity and innovation still of the utmost importance today, the brand has become one of the most desirable luxury heritage fashion brands in the world. With designs such as the Pringle signature argyle pattern, which was immediately adopted by the Duke of Windsor, Pringle of Scotland has become an iconic British brand with an iconic British style.