Who will be the next Bremont, Emilia Wickstead or Miller Harris?

Naturally we don’t give two hoots down here in SA, but the question formed the gist of a marketing campaign by Walpole, a company that “develops emerging talent” in UK luxury goods. The not-for-profit organisation functions as a mentor and lobby group for home-grown industry, but also as the first stop for angel investors looking to ride the cock horse (or unicorn) of the next big British brand.

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