British Atelier Brand Helen Howe lands deal with Skibo Castle
Quintessentially-British brand, Helen Howe Atelier, has announced its first-ever distribution deal – and it’s with the historic Skibo Castle in Scotland.
The Leicestershire-based Atelier label, founded by Helen Howe herself, brings a contemporary twist on classic tweed, reinventing country staples such as the riding jacket and cape for a new generation.
Embracing the time-honoured traditions of British tailoring and referencing her own expertise and specialist craftsmanship, Helen Howe Atelier is proud to use the finest British tweeds and suede fabrics. Accentuated by iconic Liberty printed linings, the heirloom garments are timelessly elegant with quality and durability as standard.
Situated in the eastern highlands of Scotland, Skibo Castle will be the first-ever stockist of Helen Howe Atelier. The 19th century castle found worldwide acclaim as the venue for Madonna’s 2000 wedding to filmmaker Guy Ritchie and is now run as a Carnegie Club. Skibo Castle marks the ideal backdrop showcasing the brands garments.
On being listed at Skibo Castle, Helen Howe, comments; “I am thrilled that the Helen Howe Atelier collection will be available at the prestigious Skibo Castle in the Eastern Highlands of Scotland. With Skibo Castle’s five star facilities and heritage, there couldn’t be a more perfect fit to showcase our products.”
Helen Howe Atelier products are carefully designed with the modern woman in mind. Cut to flatter and enhance the female silhouette, the garments are designed to provide confidence and style with every wear, whatever your age or shape.
For further information on Helen Howe Atelier visit www.helenhoweatelier.co.uk