Being a mum is the best thing you can ever do and my biggest achievement. It is such a privilege to watch your children grow into fine young adults and to see them follow their dreams.
What do you enjoy doing together as a family?
Judith: We still do lots as a family; we’re all involved in art and design, so we regularly visit galleries together. We go to a lot of concerts as we share similar tastes in music. We’re also big foodies and enjoy cooking for each other – we try to make a new dish every week!
Martha: Going to exhibitions and eating good food. (As well as enjoying each other’s company!)
Despite the age gap between me and my daughters, I think there is a lot of crossover with what we like to wear which goes to show that style is not dictated by age.
What do you love most about each other’s style?
Judith: That my girls aren’t dictated by passing trends. I always tell them to be confident in what they’re wearing – to have style you need to feel relaxed with the way you dress.
Martha: The simple, but well put together style that I think we all influence each other with!
Flora: That mum is not afraid to try something new. She’s shown me how to take a classic style and make it my own.
What’s your favourite piece from the shoot today?
Judith: The ivory trouser suit as it can be worn in so many ways. The jacket is a gorgeous cut and goes well with so many looks – either with evening sequins or dressing up a pair of jeans.
Flora: I loved pairing this tulle skirt with a simple white t-shirt, it’s a great way to make a statement.
From an early age, in addition to drawing, I always loved sewing and making clothes. My mum taught me to use a sewing machine as a child and that was it. Fashion design combined my love of art and design with the more practical side of creating garments. I am lucky to have a career in something I love doing.
What sparks your creativity?
Judith: I love to travel and experience new cultures, alongside being inspired by films, interiors, art and exhibitions. I recently went to see Picasso and Paper at the Royal Academy which is amazing and inspirational - he was so prolific with his work and not afraid to make marks on paper.