Fiona Golfar + Molly Fox
We are delighted to introduce our new Marfa Muse capmaign with revered journalist Fiona Golfar and daughter Molly Fox.
Fiona Golfar started her impressive journalistic career at British Vogue, where she stayed for 25 years as Editor-at-Large. Fiona now lives between London and Cornwall and has become Contributing Editor for the Financial Times, How to Spend it and writes for House & Garden.
Fiona Golfar: friends and colleagues share anecdotes and musings on Fiona's celebrated tenure at Vogue.
Molly Fox: daughter Molly works at the renowned Michelin starred River Cafe resturant, run by world famous Ruthie Rogers - a must visit for anyone visiting or living in London!
We are delighted to collaborate on this shoot with Fiona's friend, Cathy Kasterine. An admired stylist and creative consultant, Cathy has also turned her talents to photography.
She began her career at British Vogue, where her first commissioned shoot was with Kate Moss and photographer Corinne Day, the result of which now hangs in the Tate Modern. Currently Fashion Editor-at-Large at Harper’s Bazaar, Cathy has styled for the likes of Vogue Italia, Vogue Japan, Vogue Spain, Porter and Numero.
See more of Cathy's beautiful work on her Instagram.
Fred Rigby Studio
Our Muse, British designer Fred Rigby launches a new home for his Studio in the heart of Hackney’s London Fields. Their new home will house their design studio, workshop and the introduction of a curated showroom that will take the form of a ‘Home from Home’, where design, making and curation will all comprise under one roof. He wears the Shareable Quilt in black with reverse dark olive.
Teresa Tarmey Body
Marfa Muse Teresa Tarmey launches body treatments this summer in exclusive partnership with Venus Bliss. The treatment is customised specifically for each patient’s goals and concerns, offering an effective solution for body aesthetic treatments through non-invasive lipolysis of the abdomen and flanks, resulting in fat reduction. Teresa wears the Parachute Parka in black, bronze, dark olive.
Chateau La Coste
This Summer, our Marfa Muse Georgina Cohen has co-curated the first solo exhibitions in France by British artists Mary McCartney, Idris Khan and Annie Morris at Château La Coste, a vineyard in Aix-en-Provence where wine, art and architecture co-exist. Georgina wears the Parachute Parka in olive, anthracite, black.
Leading entrepreneur Eiesha Bharti Pasricha has expanded her empire from Gleneagles (where Marfa Stance is stocked) to Maison Estelle and now the Gleneagles Townhouse has opened its doors in Edinburgh. A listed building, overlooking the bustling St Andrew Square, plus The Spence all-day dining.
Maya Njie Pocket Perfumes
Marfa Muse and master perfumer Maya Njie has launched pocket sized perfumes (7.5ml) perfect for travel this Summer. And if you're a fan of layering your fragrances, Maya recommends buying a couple - they work a treat. Maya wears the Paracute Parka in stone, white, pale sage.
Tat London Pop Up
Today is the last day of the online antiques emporium TAT London's physical pop-up store at Pentreath & Hall in London. Founded by Marfa Muse Charlie Porter, who wears the Signature Quilt in navy, dark olive and recommends you also visit neighbouring Lambs Conduit Street.