Join J&M Davidson for a night of champagne and a talk with Hare’s Tail founder Speronella March about her designs and inspirations.

Speronella Marsh founded Hare’s Tail in 2018, designing and creating beautiful hand-block printed fabrics on antique linen. Driven by a passion for gardening and colour, her work embraces an elegant style now adorning homes around the world. Discover a selection of Hare’s Tail’s work exclusively at J&M Davidson’s London flagship.

Following a move to rural Shropshire in 2015, Italian-born Speronella set out to learn the skills required to hand block her designs onto her precious collection of antique linens to use around her new home.  Admiration from friends and family led to commissions of her work for their own homes. From this initial flurry of interest Hare’s Tail was born, with fabrics now commissioned by interior designers across the world.

J&M Davidson recognises and resonates with Hare’s Tail philosophy of producing one-of-a- kind pieces with unique standout qualities. Simple, understated luxury, presented through effortless design, is the message at the heart of J&M Davidson. Founded in 1984, when the photographer and designer duo, John and Monique, designed a single leather belt, the brand has continued to take elements from John’s British eclectic sensibility and Monique’s French chic nonchalance since.

This design heritage roots itself in expert craftsmanship and desirability. Championing sophisticated designs that become enduring favourites, the brand creates true classics.

From beautifully crafted leather bags, accessories and ready-to-wear, J&M Davidson makes everyday luxury available to all. We are very excited to collaborate with Hare’s Tail for London Craft Week, where you can discover a selection of their work and join us for a talk with their founder Speronella about her designs and inspirations exclusively at J&M Davidson’s London flagship.

Location: J&M Davidson Flagship Store, 104 Mount Street, W1K 2TL

Date & Time: 10th May, 18:00 – 21:00

No RSVP required.

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