Brands of Tomorrow

Meet the Brands of Tomorrow 2024 in our Instagram Live series

Join us over the coming weeks on Instagram as we introduce you to the founders of the emerging British luxury brands currently participating in this year's Brands of Tomorrow mentorship programme. Tune in on our Instagram channel on Wednesdays at 1pm
12th Jun 2024
Brands of Tomorrow Meet the Brands of Tomorrow 2024 in our Instagram Live series

Earlier this year, Walpole announced the companies selected to participate on the Brands of Tomorrow 2024 programme. From haute haircare to hand-crafted furniture and alcohol-free beverages, it's the most eclectic collection of emerging luxury companies we've had to date – and now it's time to get to know each a little better. Over the coming weeks, we will be speaking to the founders of these eleven next generation luxury brands live on our Instagram to give you more of an insight into the creative vision behind them.

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Join us on Wednesdays at 1pm from 22nd May for a weekly Instagram Live with a different brand on the programme, where you'll also be able to ask any burning questions you might have. Here is our interview schedule (subject to change):

Wednesday 22nd May – Otiumberg (watch the interview here)
Wednesday 29th May – Katto Knives (watch the interview here)
Wednesday 5th June – Poodle and Blonde
Wednesday 12th June – Huckleberry (watch the interview here)
Wednesday 26th June –  Citizens of Soil
Wednesday 3rd July – Fielden
Wednesday 10th July – MONC London
Wednesday 17th July – Jukes Cordialities
Wednesday 24th July – Larry King
Wednesday 7th August – Gigi & Olive

The Walpole Brands of Tomorrow initiative, in association with Mishcon de Reya, was launched fifteen years ago as a way to develop and nurture the next generation of high-end names. Since then, over 150 brands have been selected to participate in this tried and trusted series of masterclasses which immerse their founders in the support, help and advice of more established Walpole members. As a result, many have become synonymous with British brilliance around the globe; names such as Orlebar Brown, Bremont and Nyetimber.

> Is your brand the next big thing in British luxury? Applications for Brands of Tomorrow 2025 open this coming autumn. Find out more here

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