Monthly Archives: September 2015

  1. Style Icon: James Dean

    “Dream as if you’ll live forever. Live as if you’ll die today.”

    – James Dean


    Here at JOY HQ, we’re celebrating the upcoming release of Anton Corbijn’s highly-anticipated film, LIFE by not only teaming up with lovely folks at Entertainment One UK to bring you some seriously cool prizes - tickets to the Gala screening anyone? But to also take this moment to look back at some of Mr James Dean’s finest style moments.


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  2. Butterfly Twists: the trials and tribulations of a woman and her shoes

    Let us introduce you to Dorothea and the wonderful story of how a pair of shoes can save your life... 


    Our new-season collection of Butterfly Twists are available now. Shop here and dance the night away...

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  3. #SayNoToSoggyBottoms

    It’s official: this week we’re boycotting hump day celebrations as tomorrow brings the end of The Great British Bake Off for another year – sob! To ease the doom ‘n’ gloom a smidge, we’re calling on all you budding bakers to show us what you’re made of and give Queen Berry’s snazzy jackets the send-off they deserve.

    Mary Berry - 5th August 2

    (How good does Mary look in our very own Louche jacket?)

    All we want you to do is arm yourself with an apron, a rolling pin and Paul Hollywood-style contacts (okay the last one is optional,) then send us mouth-watering snaps of your very best cake creations. It can be whatever cake, cookie or biscuit that tickles your taste buds because there’s

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  4. Introducing Wanderlust: Louche's new collection

    Inspired by the modern nomad and her ever-present determination to explore, Wanderlust is influenced by freedom and nature. With a definite feminine feel, the collection is romantic, yet strong; bold, but delicate. A collection for the modern woman.

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    Bold florals combine with Autumnal colours and retro shapes. The abstract tulip-print looks to our Great British surroundings for inspiration.




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