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Peggy Porschen marks new Olivia Burton collection with launch of tea party inspired afternoon tea

Cake maker Peggy Porschen has launched a new afternoon tea menu and cupcake-making kit to mark the arrival of a special tea party themed collection by… View Article

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Peggy Porschen marks new Olivia Burton collection with launch of tea party inspired afternoon tea

Cake maker Peggy Porschen has launched a new afternoon tea menu and cupcake-making kit to mark the arrival of a special tea party themed collection by watch and jewellery brand Olivia Burton.

The offering will be available throughout the summer at Peggy Porschen’s cafes in London’s Chelsea and Belgravia while the cupcake-making kits will also be orderable online.

Porschen said: “As so many of us seek to devote lost time to long overdue catch-ups this summer, our Peggy Porschen x Olivia Burton Afternoon Tea gives a much-needed dose of escapism. Our special-edition offering is a sweet treat tour de force, based on an enchanting procession of exquisite cakes, pots of tea and fabulous florals.”

Olivia Burton’s Tea Party collection draws inspiration from traditional tea set prints and dainty sweet treats. Available in three colourways, the new watch designs feature pastel and ornate florals.

Jane Hebden, head of creative at Olivia Burton, said: “Tea Party feels quintessentially ‘Olivia Burton’ with the floral details, pastel palettes and vintage styles. But beyond this, the thought behind this collection was one of comfort and well-being. Tea is calming, it’s something we have turned to throughout the years when life gets overwhelming and building a collection around this concept feels very relevant right now.”

 

 

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