From Scotland to Devon, Victoria’s September issue is a celebration of British beauty. Come along with us as we tour the English countryside, the residence of the Brontë sisters, and Kelmscott Manor, once an inspiration to William Morris. Discover the artfully perfected grounds of award-winning landscape designer Lady Arabella Lennox-Boyd’s Lancashire home and interior designer Christopher Vane Percy’s discovery of his ancestral manse. Also: Explore the London studio of Catherine Walker & Co., whose haute couture fashions are favored by the royal family, and experience the charms of Beatrix Potter’s Castle Cottage gardens with a picnic among friends. A cozy pub feast rounds out this gorgeous issue with a picture-perfect menu.
Take a closer look at some of our favorite September features:
Victoria does it again ! I LOVE this new September issue….
The British issue brings together many different ideas and interests which I really found interesting and beautiful. I took the issue out on to my terrace to read and found that almost two hours had passed before I realized how mesmerized I had become with every page and every photograph.
I can not deny that I am a true Anglophile, so this issue had special meaning and interest to me. I was delighted with the Editorial choices made over which articles would come together to make up this wonderful issue.
Again, well done Victoria !!
God bless !
Te Deum Cottage