Our Story


Beulah London is a luxury fashion brand based on British design, heritage and the empowerment of women. Over the last five years Beulah has gained international acclaim as a luxury fashion brand with a social conscience, which has inspired some of the world’s most influential women to wear the label.

As a quintessentially British brand, Beulah London primarily designs effortlessly elegant occasion and day to evening wear for chic, cosmopolitan and spirited women.

Founded in 2010 by Natasha Rufus Isaacs and Lavinia Brennan, Beulah London was born out of a desire to design and produce beautiful clothes that empower and inspire the women who wear them, whilst being committed to raising awareness of the plight of women trapped by human slavery.

By supporting us on our journey you are impacting a beautiful change somewhere else in the world– we like to think of it as our ‘butterfly effect’. The Beulah effect comes alive through every purchase you make.

As a quintessentially British brand, BEULAH primarily designs effortlessly elegant occasion and day to evening wear that transcends age and seasons with its classic and timeless style.

Our mission is not only for women to enjoy Beulah as a British fashion brand, but we also feel passionately about helping to provide employment for trafficked or vulnerable women. One project we have partnered with is the fairtrade business, Freeset which offers employment to women trapped in Kolkata’s sex trade. You can buy the canvas bags made by the women here.

Alongside the label’s commercial operation sits The Beulah Trust, a charitable foundation with a clear goal of supporting projects and initiatives that create sustainable livelihoods for victims of trafficking.

Beulah is proud to be part of a movement of companies developing better business practices, working with dignity and purpose to drive social change and using business as a force for good.


Right: Beulah girls overlooking over Sonagachi, the largest red light district in Kolkata, India.


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