Friend of Tracey Neuls Sean McCavera attended this year's summer party for volunteers and gardeners at the Chelsea Physic Garden where he works as a gardener.
Sean wore a pair of Tracey Neuls Niels Black Mesh which somehow found themselves onto the statue of founder of the garden Sir Hans Sloane! Quite an accolade ;)
Sloane, an eminent physician and naturalist collected over 71,000 objects from around the world which were donated to the nation upon his death in 1753, becoming the founding collection of the British Museum. His purchase of the manor of Chelsea, London in 1712, provided the grounds for the Chelsea Physic Garden. Sean runs the garden's Instagram, which is full of botanical delights - we recommend!
Barbara is Back
Barbara is back! Thank you @creer for sharing this style shot.
Naturally tanned in gorgeous sailor navy, the leather will soften and shape to your foot, holding it securely with a leather covered buckle and strap. A contrasting thin white line around the platform emphasises the flattering lines of the design.
Wear with anything, on holidays or in the city. Absolutely timeless and easy to wear.
Re-inventing the Circle
Tracey Neuls has been making shoes her entire life. Starting with tissue boxes and kitchen rolls at the age of nine, she’s still sketching, sculpting and creating. For the new season, we re-visit her original and innovative circle design, making it more for Summer. A sling back high heel, that's already an icon.
See it from all angles: Open Top.
Create Your Own Vision: Tracey Neuls | Ollie Quinn
The charismatic eye-wear company Ollie Quinn interviewed Tracey Neuls for their recent 'Create Your Own Vision' series. It is true to say Tracey has a more emotional approach to design, with an intrinsic desire to make shoes. Using personal inspirations helps create her unique vision.