Q&A with Ginnie Chadwyck Healey and Isabel Spearman

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What are your top three brands?


Ginnie: Having been visiting Mount Street a lot recently I have to say Marni, Gianvito Rossi and Christopher Kane are my new top 3 this season.

Isabel: Summerill and Bishop for their dreamy tableware, Vicki Sarge for her statement jewellery and Beulah for the prettiest dresses.
 

What’s your favourite item in your wardrobe?

 
Ginnie: My Jessica McCormack Gypset earrings. They are timeless, they look great with anything - they were a gift from my husband after our second baby. I absolutely love them. 
 

WFH chic or party dresses?

Ginnie: I love that WFH can take on so many guises.  So, for variety, for colour and of course comfort, WFH Chic.
 
Isabel: In between- a dress that can be worn comfortably around the house and then add a heel and some jewellery for a lunch date. 


What’s your go-to book?

Ginnie: Right now it's 'And Breathe' by Rebecca Dennis. Ideal for anyone who battles anxiety or sleepless nights.
 

Favourite Netflix show at the moment?

Ginnie: The Politician (for the magical combination of Gwyneth Paltrow and her Gucci wardrobe). But right now I am also flying the flag for The Social Dilemma.
 
Isabel: Succession which I am loving but struggling to get through due to late evening Pop Up admin! 
 

What’s your number 1 career highlight?


Ginnie: Landing my own column in a national newspaper. I love writing it each week.
 
Isabel: Being blue lighted into Washington in a very fast cavalcade towards the White House while I was in my role as Special Advisor at No10! 
 

What’s your favourite spot in Mayfair & Belgravia?


Ginnie: The Coburg Bar at The Connaught in Mayfair. Now I have children, life requires caffeine and they serve great coffee here.
 
Isabel: I have had one of the most delicious dinners ever at Wild by Tart and I always want to go back. Everything is ridiculously delicious. 
 

What was the thing that you did during lockdown that kept you feeling positive?

 
Isabel: I raised nearly £20k for charities through my virtual DDE Pop Up, as well as supporting small British brands during a very tough time for retail.