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It’s been a high-energy couple of weeks here at Tori Murphy HQ as we have been wrapping up the sampling for our AW15 collection, which will see us introducing a whole range of new fabrics, designed in- house and expertly woven by the skilled, English factories we have been working with since the beginning. We can’t wait to unveil this to you in just over a months time.

In preparation for this launch, last Wednesday was once again shoot day with our friend and photographer, Jack Neville, and a helping hand from our new assistant, Joseph Storer, a Nottingham Trent University, Fashion Knitwear student who is currently doing his year in industry with us.

Whilst styling came from yours-truly, it was complimented by a fabulous location courtesy of the wonderful, The Worm that Turned store at No.66 Derby Road; just five minutes walking from Nottingham’s Old Market Square.

Founded by Stuart and Heather Isbister in 2004, The Worm that Turned is a beautifully merchandised store offering a wonderful  selection of all-things green-fingered, from luxury garden accessories and gifts to premium outdoor furniture. Their upstairs room presented us with a white- washed walls and period features, oozing with character; the perfect backdrop for the new Tori Murphy collection.

Heartfelt thanks to Steve, Heather, Jack and Joseph for making the day a success. Be sure to keep an eye out for teasers of what's to come over the next few weeks...

The Worm That Turned

66-68 Derby Road





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