Category Archives: Inspiration
Today Amy and I went to Scarborough, with the specific purpose of visiting the wonderful Harbour Bar. This little piece of history was opened by the Alonzi family in 1945 and is virtually unchanged. The original signs dotted throughout the … Continue reading
You know what it’s like with a British summer, you’ve got to make the most of the weather whilst you can. Don’t wait for Wimbledon to arrive, enjoy a unique selection of strawberries and cream from Rose & Co. It’s … Continue reading
The sun is in glorious splendour. Make sure you look your best whilst enjoying the weather with these stunning clothes available in the ladies’ outfitters department in our Haworth store.
Glamorous Rita Hayworth was a terrific dancer and actress who was one of the top Hollywood stars in the 1940s. Rita was born in Brooklyn, New York to a Spanish father and American-Irish mother, both professional dancers who encouraged their … Continue reading
At Rose & Co we delight in a little frivolity and celebrate the people who have done the same, so I thought I’d share with you some of people I admire starting with Ginger Rogers. Ginger was a glamorous Hollywood … Continue reading
I have a whole drawer full (or two) of gorgeous scarves in a multitude of colours, shapes, sizes and materials. You can now get your hands on our limited edition Rose & Co. scarf featuring our pretty Fleur the fawn … Continue reading
You’ll be unsurprised to hear that I’ve collected some gorgeous vintage Easter images and I want to share some with you. I hope you enjoy a most fabulous Easter weekend.
In 1929, Bourjois created Evening in Paris, one of the most celebrated perfumes throughout the world. It was an immediate success and a firm favourite during WWII and even now this beautiful fragrance conjures up the headiness of wartime dance … Continue reading
Rose & Co. Apothecary was created in 1987 when my Mum and I bought the original druggist’s house and shop in the village of Haworth, Yorkshire. The desire to incorporate the history of the building combined with a love of … Continue reading