Unable to resist the urge to re-watch one of my all time favourite classic Brit-flicks, alongside the offering of Pimms and nibbles, my friend Roxy and I popped on up to Kilver Court last night for the Aubin & Wills screening of Four Weddings and a Funeral! I’ve always wished for a cinema to be opened up in my town, and so my dream half came true last night…
Spending time at Kilver Court is one of my favourite summer past times, and this year will be no exception, hopefully! With new additions to the Designer Emporium springing up left right and centre, one of the brands that has really caught my eye since setting up shop, is Aubin & Wills. With an understated richness to their designs, as well as some great staple pieces and prints, Aubin & Wills is certainly more ‘me’ than I expected it to be; having known sister brand Jack Wills for some years now, I wasn’t sure what to expect to begin with. I have to say, too, as an appreciator of fantastic graphic design, I very much love the design of the bag my goodies were presented to me in, and will no doubt be keeping the bag out on display in my room somehow so as not to let it go to waste!
Nothing quite excites me like the combination of Fashion and Film, particularly a good ol’ British romcom, so you could say that lounging around on soft woolen Aubin & Wills picnic blankets, munching on cupcakes and sipping Pimms whilst watching a good comedy is pretty much an ideal evening out as far as I’m concerned! I was also really impressed to learn that Aubin & Wills has its own ‘Aubin Cinema’ in Shoreditch, London… not many brands can say that of themselves, right?! Love it. Perhaps I smell something in the pipeline for Cherry Humbug in the future… haha : )
If any of you are ever in the Somerset area, I would definitely recommend a visit to the Kilver Court Designer Emporium. There are an increasing amount of brands to be shopped, and that outlet discount never goes amiss, right?! Set alongside tranquil, beautiful gardens, farm shop and Harlequin Cafe (that serves the best carrot cakeever!) a little trip to Kilver Court is always welcome in my book, come rain or shine!