Liberty of London – Quintessentially British

Quintessentially British and Quintessentially Quirky Liberty London has been at the cutting edge of design and decorative arts since 1875   With a roll call of Petronella, Eustacia, Ianthe, Felix and Isabelle you would expect to find yourself in a school classroom here in the beautiful Cranbourne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding […]

Nehru Collars of the Silver Screen

Nehru Collar Gilet Kamal Khan

The origins of the Nehru collar date back to Prime Minister Nehru of Pakistan as suggested by the collar taking its name from him. It appears to be a common theme in the East, with a lot of indian and Pakistani clothing featuring a short unfolding stand up collar. We have seen the collar feature […]

Cheese, Ham and a Sailing Gilet

Bird and Carter

Bird and Carter We were delighted when the owner of our local farm shop agreed to talk to us about his love of the gilet. As the owner of two, a Babington Gilet and a Smokin Gilet he can regularly be seen at work or down the local sporting either one. We chatted to him […]

Mallet, Balls and Gilet – The Official Rules of Croquet

Croquet with Gilet

Indian Summer Approaching Just in case we are in danger of being the beneficiaries of an Indian Summer, we at Guiillotine England HQ decided we should share with you some helpful tips about the wonderful game of croquet. As avid players and life long fans fo the beautiful game we want to ensure you have […]