The ethical luxury fashion brand for red carpet glamour, a favourite of The Duchess of Cambridge.

After working within the Delhi slums in 2009, friends Natasha and Lavinia were moved to launch Beulah London, an ethical luxury fashion label. They hoped to use high-end fashion as a tool to raise awareness and money to help in the fight against human trafficking within the sex trade. Thus, in 2011, a fabulous collection of womenswear and accessories (with a transparent supply chain) was born.


These are not throw-away, impulse-buy clothes. Beulah London creates investment pieces, such as show-stopping evening gowns and sculptural dresses, jackets and tops, along with relaxed patterned scarves. The style is romantic, empowered and utterly feminine - wholly befitting of a womenswear fashion label committed to fighting the sexual exploitation of women.


The site is clean and unfussy, homage to the beautiful clothes it showcases. Should you be keen to know more, there is plenty of information about the history of Beulah London and the charitable projects supported by the business in the About Us section. There is also an active blog that will keep you up to date with the Beulah girls’ latest designs and adventures.


Love the style but want something unique? Beulah London offers a bespoke service. Make an appointment with the team to tailor a Beulah dress with personal measurements and colours. Beulah also has a range of scarves that can be personalised with an embroidered message for an extra £20; an ideal gift for a friend or loved one.

July 2017