Books of
British Luxury

‘Through adversity to the stars’. With the dawn of a new post-pandemic era, the 2021-22 Walpole Book takes a look at luxury’s next boom with essays from Esquire’s Alex Bilmes, ELLE UK’s Farrah Storr, The Economist’s Tom Standage, Sasha Slater from The Telegraph and other leading luxury commentators.

The Book - with cover artwork designed by Sabina Savage - also celebrates the qualities that make Britain’s luxury brands amongst the most resilient in the world, focusing on their unparalleled sense of community, collaboration and shared innovation. Take a look for yourself...

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Take your place amongst Britain’s finest brands in the 2022/23 Walpole Book of British Luxury: the ultimate guide to the UK’s globally renowned luxury sector.

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