Talitha launches a luxurious clothing and lifestyle boutique in Notting Hill in collaboration with interior designer Hubert Zandberg
Nothing evokes wanderlust quite like a light-as-a-feather, printed kaftan, or a perfectly tailored, silk jumpsuit. Or perhaps a sweeping, broderie anglaise dress or charming cotton blouse, trimmed in bohemian tassels. These are all hallmarks of London-based fashion label Talitha, dubbed as the ‘ultimate travel wardrobe’. The brand was founded in 2013 by fashion editor and stylist Kim Hersov and embroidery expert Shon Randhawa, out of a frustration at the lack of elegant options available for keeping chic in the heat.
Talitha is now synonymous with easy, breezy bohemian-inspired cover-ups that work as well on Portobello road as they do in Puerto Banus. Each holiday-inspired piece is produced by artisans in New Delhi and deeply inspired by India’s arts and crafts heritage. And while you may assume the name is a nod to boho muse Talitha Getty, it in fact Aramaic for ‘daughter’, thus highlighting its modernist-meets-Middle Eastern allure.
Indulge your fashion free spirit with Talitha’s dreamy bell sleeves, tasselled edges and eclectic, tapestry-inspired prints
The new Notting Hill boutique has launched in collaboration with interior designer Hubert Zandberg and offers an all-encompassing lifestyle experience. It is more like a dream home than a shop, dotted with crockery, textiles and one-of-a-kind furniture. Everything within the curated space is available to buy, meaning you are as likely to leave with a cushion as you are a kimono. Rotating brands on offer include family-owned heritage textiles company, Tibor and charitable craft project, Madwa.
“It was a joy to bring to life Talitha's rich, eclectic vision for the space their woman inhabits, with all its opulence and eccentricities,” said Hubert Zandberg. “Sourcing one-of-a-kind homeware and lifestyle pieces for the space, which are available for sale, was a delightful process.”
Kim Hersov’s house has featured in a slew of interior spreads, therefore it is no surprise that her debut boutique also doubles up as a den of home décor delights. The world of Talitha is a gloriously chic and ethically happy one, which evokes effortless glamour, wanderlust and now interior design inspiration as well.