Donna Ida Girls at Salon Sloane in Chelsea

Last week our Donna Ida girls picked out their favourite pieces from the collection to style with existing pieces from their wardrobe. We met at Donna’s favourite hair salon for the perfect blow dry in London, Salon Sloane in the heart of Chelsea.

Among our Donna Ida girls was Salon Sloane stylist and co-founder, Belle Cannan who wears the Minnie Flares. Alongside Belle, we were joined by presenter Anthea Turner wearing Hope Flares and stylist Albertine who teamed Donna Ida jumpsuits with statement accessories.

Adding colour and flamboyancy to the shoot was Felicity Rosenquist, who we interviewed last year, skincare expert Amanda Caroline Cohen, influencer Fran Bacon and Rene Macdonald, head designer at Lisou London.

We were also joined by Donna Ida girl Annelise with her mum Ruth Williams, Trish McEvoy make up artist Becca Eaves, Sophie from Black & White Comms, plus Danielle Schaffer, Melissa Campbell and Donna Ida PR girl Claire Etchell of NakedPRGirl.

Here’s pictures from the shoot with photographer Sasha Benjamin.

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Donna Ida girl Jolita in Angie The Relaxed Military Jumpsuit
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Get in touch with our Donna Ida stylists to shop our shoot.
With thanks to Salon Sloane - click here to read about Donna's Favourite Hair Products.



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