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Newsletter Archive July : Tamasyn Gambell collaboration | new website | Stockholm | The Lake District


Lots of news. A new bag collection – our Tamasyn Gambell collaboration launches in Dover Street Market. A new website – please take a look and tell us what you think. New adventures – read about our latest travels.

Tamasyn Gambell collaboration

Without doubt one of the most exciting projects I’ve worked on since starting the company, the Cherchbi | Tamasyn Gambell collaborative bags launch in Dover Street Market this coming weekend. More information and images after the launch, prior to this we give an insight into how this collaboration came about and exactly what it involved, read our Journal post  ‘A collaboration – Tamasyn Gambell prints onto Herdwyck No.10 tweed’.

New Cherchbi website

We said goodbye to our original website a few weeks ago but didn’t shout too loudly about the new one until all potential bugs were ironed out. We needn’t have waited, the design and technical maestro’s at THIS IS Studio delivered a clean, efficient and fine looking website, as easy to browse as it is to buy from. Please take some time to look around, the new design and content fully reflect what Cherchbi is all about. This is our shop window, until we open a real shop that is.

Trip 1 – Notes from Stockholm and the archipelago

I have to admit we probably don’t leave the grindstone as often as we should, but a few days away is always a tonic. In June we joined a few friends and headed to Stockholm and then on to the remote and beautiful archipelago. 30,000 islands and skerries to explore by sea-kayak. Wonderful. Read about the trip in our Journal post ‘Notes from Stockholm and the archipelago’.

Trip 2 – It’s all beer and cricket in the Lakes

A quick weekend trip to the English Lake District, specifically to Ambleside Cricket Club whose ground is surely one of the most beautiful in England. We also found time to sample some fine Barngates Brewery ale and take a refreshing dip in Grasmere. The full story can be read in ‘It’s all beer and cricket in The Lakes’.