Luxury Scottish cashmere label Cameron Taylor is celebrating its tenth anniversary this week with the launch of an e-commerce website to extend its presence in international markets.
Founder Cameron Taylor said the site was “in response to growing international demand.” She added: “We are delighted with the response we have had from overseas buyers and the new site will showcase the very best in Scottish design making it easier for shoppers everywhere to peruse our range.”
Edinburgh-based Cameron Taylor was founded by ex-Nicole Farhi and Mila Schon designer Lisa Cameron Taylor in 2001, and specialises in cashmere knits, dresses and outerwear.
The label, which is entirely made in Scotland, is currently sold in 14 stores globally, including Fenwicks in London, Paul & Joe in London and Paris and Calypso in the US.
Retail prices run from £62 for a scarf to £598 for a knit parka jacket.