Ros' work will be arriving soon at Couverture & The Garbstore.
Former Paul Smith designer Emily Dyson established lifestyle store Couverture in 1999. In Spring 2008 Couverture relocated from its original site in Chelsea to the heart of Notting Hill. Here Dyson, together with her fashion designer husband Ian Paley, opened the concept store "Couverture & The Garbstore". Launching to critical acclaim with The Times voting it Cult Shop in 2008, the store is now firmly established as one of London’s premier shopping destinations. The ground and galleried first floors are dedicated to the Couverture collections and include womenswear and accessories, children’s and babywear, toys, jewellery, home accessories, furniture and covetable vintage finds. The mix of international and European fashion labels result in languid dressing from Humanoid, signature boyfriend shirting from Steven Alan and innovative tailoring from Rachel Comey. Cool modern styling for children can be found in collections by Album di Famiglia and Simple Kids whilst unique home accessories include painstakingly embroidered heart shaped cushions from Africa and one-off ceramic sculptures by cult French artist Nathalie Leté. Dyson’s carefully sourced items are often only available in small quantities due to the intricate hand work involved and several designs are developed exclusively by Dyson for Couverture & The Garbstore, including soft lambswool throws and accessories for the home and a children’s knitwear collection.