Julie Anne Dorff is the Executive Fashion & Jewellery Director at Harper’s Bazaar, mother of three and founder of Les Foulards de Juju, her scarf collection. Having worked at Chanel as a press officer Julie Anne is most definitely a luxury expert!
The Christmas story of this series of our My Week In Beulah blog focuses around the idea of Christmas in London whereby Julie Anne Dorff stays at The Goring in Belgravia, Victoria.
The first look is the most chic, Julie Anne perches on a cabinet in the reception room of the fabulous Royal Suite, looking through to the master bedroom. She is wearing our staple ‘Ava‘ blouse in ivory loosely tucked into the ‘Cleo‘ trousers and accessorised with our new ‘Blue Heart‘ printed clutch bag, a limited edition collaboration between Beulah and Aspinal of London.
What is your favourite Beulah piece/look?
The Ava ivory silk blouse is a must in every woman’s wardrobe!
What is your favourite flower?
Photography by Antonia Peña
My Christmas Week in Beulah Day 2 with Julie Anne Dorff we talk about her love of accessories and London while feeling festive in the decorated entrance hall at The Goring. Julie Anne Dorff wears our Amelia skirt that is a flattering midi length dip hem skirt with a luxe finish. Perfect for cocktail events. She has styled it with a simple long-sleeved black polo neck top, long pendent necklace and suede Louboutin boots.
What is your favourite pair of shoes at the moment?
A pair of suede Louboutin boots.
What is your favourite thing about/place in London?
Village life in each neighbourhood, the great parks and all the amazing advantages of living in a capital and at the same time being able to escape so easily to the countryside or the beautiful coastline in Cornwall or Norfolk … also the fact that it is such an international city.
It’s Day three with Julie Anne Dorff on My Christmas Week in Beulah at The Goring. Today she is wearing our ‘Hermione’ silk, pleated, high-waisted skirt in shimmering oyster. Julie Anne has styled it with a sheer black blouse with gold polka dots, Monica Vinader earrings, black tights and black patent pumps. Julie Anne tells us about what her home is like and the Beulah Trust while surrounded by the sumptuous alpine glamour of the St. Moritz Ski Bar which is open until February 2016
How would you describe your home interior?
Organised and serene to keep me safe with 3 kiddies, a cat and a husband!!
What do you think of what Beulah stands for and the work it does through the Beulah Trust?
I think Beulah represents the perfect English rose and it adds a wonderful charitable aspect to the brand.
We love the St. Moritz Ski Bar, it’s a fabulous setting. Think Cresta Run excitement, waiters fetchingly clad in vintage ski jumpers, wooden sledge side tables and cashmere rugs keeping everyone cosy late into the night as they listen to the sound of Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra softly playing from a gramophone.