Lucie Brassington Gollop and sister Victoria Brassington Gollop are part of the Gollop family that originated from Dorset, England. The family coat of arms were bestowed to the Gollop family in the 1500’s by King Henry VIII, although the family seat dates back to the Norman Conquest. King Henry VIII played a hugely important part in the families' history and a key relative was appointed on the board of governors of the King. The family arms contain a lion passant, which is historically reserved for those of royal assent only. The Gollop family of Strode and Bowood were an arastocratic seat, the largest landowners of Dorset, the last know owners of Southampton castle and final governors of Portland castle. The Gollop line has a long history of regal, entrepreneurial, successful individuals who adored luxury and land! The sisters wanted to embrace and revive their unique and regal family history by bringing it to the forefront of their company portfolio.
A Regal Heritage
A fabulous heritage, limited edition, demi-couture line is part of the Miss Photogenic® Collection offering. The exquisite pieces celebrate distinctive British heraldry, the sisters' history and beautifully made British garments. All pieces are signed by the sisters' and created from scratch 'In house'. Please check out these lines here.