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Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley dreamt up the Hillier Bartley woman in Green Park, where they sat with a sketch pad and round of sandwiches from M&S. “We kept it real,” jokes Katie when we meet.

But that’s where the jesting ends, as the “grown-up, sophisticated and chic” brand that resulted that day focusses on beautiful hand-finished dresses, tailoring and separates – with a far-reaching attention to fabric and quality.

“The woman was based on people whose style we knew and admired. They weren’t young women,” she says, raising her

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