When you invest in a pair of designer shoes, you want them to last a lifetime. Although usually made from high-quality materials, designer shoes can be delicate, so it’s important to regularly maintain them to make them last. At Rosamund Muir, we’re passionate about sustainability, so we want to encourage you to look after your shoes, to give you a return on your investment and prevent them from ending up in a landfill. That’s why we’ve pulled together our top designer shoe care tips, including cleaning and the best ways... Read More
This month we are launching our ‘In the Shoebox’ series which follows some empowering and inspirational women and our combined love for shoes! How many pairs of heels do you have? I don’t think I have enough! I probably have around 10. But I am enjoying building up my collection with special pieces, rather than high street. What’s your favourite style of shoe? If I wear a heel, it has to be comfortable, so a block heel is always a good idea if I know I am going to spending... Read More
We’re absolutely thrilled to report that Rosamund Muir has been shortlisted as a finalist in 2 categories at the Drapers Footwear Awards 2022. Best New Brand Designer of the Year The Awards take place on the 23rd June in London where many other British footwear brands will be recognised and celebrated. Wish us luck!
It was a busy month here at Rosamund Muir including many features of our footwear in the British press. Aurora in Black & Gold, as featured in Hello Magazine, April 2022 Montana Lemon, as featured in You Magazine, April 2022 Fortuna White as seen in the ‘Best of British’ feature, OX Magazine, April 2022
Earlier this year we were so pleased to be selected for the second year running by Country & Townhouse magazine as one of the best sustainable footwear brands to buy now. Sustainability is one of the 3 pillars of our brand (alongside quality, and – of course – female empowerment!) so we were thrilled to be recognised again for our efforts. You can read more about how we work sustainably here.
There were some fantastic features of our footwear this month, here are a few of our favourites. Paulina Nougat, as featured on Elizabeth McGovern in Woman & Home, March 2022 Montana Black White Zebra, as featured in OK! Magazine, March 2022 Montana Sand, as featured in You Magazine, March 2022 Montana Black White Zebra, as featured in The Daily Express, March 2022
In honour of International Women’s Day we’re spending a week supporting & celebrating talented female designers and their work. Today we introduce fabric and wallpaper designer Jessica Osborne. Originally from Yorkshire, Jessica Osborne is a London based designer who launched her wallpaper and fabric business in late 2018. Staying true to what she loves, Jessica’s designs echo her passion for simple, bold prints in vibrant colours. With an ethos of supporting British manufacturing, each design is hand drawn in London and printed in the North of England using both traditional and digital... Read More
In honour of International Women’s Day we’re spending a week supporting & celebrating talented female designers and their work. Today it’s the work of talented fashion designer Rene Macdonald and her London based brand Lisou. Rene is a former stylist, avid vintage collector and self-confessed bold dresser, and has a unique way of combining unexpected colours and creating vibrant prints which makes each of her pieces exceptionally special. All prints are designed in-house by Rene making every Lisou print exclusive, and the collection is made from the finest of silks... Read More
In honour of International Women’s Day we’re spending a week supporting & celebrating talented female designers and their work. Today we celebrate Designer Melanie Roseveare and her Tableware brand Melody Rose. Inspired by the desire to create elegant, sustainable and contemporary pieces & designed in a direct response against the growing trend for Fast Fashion, Melanie’s unique work marries the unexpected with the traditional. Pretty upcycled vintage Victoriana china with tantalising imagery, the juxtaposition of quaint and quirky. Melody Rose also recently launched a unique collection of textiles including a... Read More
In honour of International Women’s Day we’re spending a week supporting & celebrating talented female designers and their work. Today it’s the work of jewellery designer Tilly Sveaas. Tilly Sveaas founded her jewellery label over 20 years ago whilst on an extended gap year in Bali. The brands philosophy is that one ‘should never be a slave to fashion’, and the jewellery truly transcends trends and are modern takes on much loved classics. The three key themes that each piece is centred around are timelessness, quality and design purity, collectively... Read More