Julie-Anne Dorff left her job as Chanel’s public relations manager to spend more time with her family. But after 13 years in the fashion industry, you can take the girl out of Chanel but you can’t take Chanel out of the girl. Dorff has returned to the fashion fold, this time as a designer and founder of brand new label, Les Foulards de Juju. After finding a piece of Italian linen on her travels, the new designer decided to create a range of scarves for women and children. What started as a little hobby soon evolved into a business idea. Dorff now sources fabric from the Italian factory that produced the original piece that inspired her and picks up other patterned fabrics that catch her eye. On setting up the label she explains, “I always need to have my little ‘jardin secret’. I love fashion and making scarves was the perfect creative outlet for me”.
The scarves are available on request from £30 for adults and £10 for children.