Life With Lady Astor, Co-Founder of OKA - OKA
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FREE DELIVERY ON OUTDOOR FURNITURE* WITH CODE SUNNY18 - details

FREE DELIVERY ON OUTDOOR FURNITURE*

With code SUNNY18

*Valid until midnight Monday 28th May 2018. Free Delivery is applicable to UK mainland only. Delivered in time for Bank Holiday is applicable within M25 only on orders placed before midnight Sunday 20th May. Enter code SUNNY18 at the checkout. This code cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer/discount and cannot be applied retrospectively or to delivery charges. OKA may withdraw this promotion at any time. Excludes express delivery. In stock items only.

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Life with Annabel Astor

Life with Annabel Astor

Annabel


Love Of The Country

Annabel has always felt rooted in the countryside, and is most content when at home in the country surrounded by family, friends and her animals (which include horses, dogs and chickens). Proximity to nature is both a necessity and an inspiration for Annabel who loves entertaining outside in summer.

Decorating Signature

Annabel, and OKA’s, signature style builds on a centuries old English decorating tradition that blends pieces from different periods and cultures, layering styles and influences to create schemes that are unique and timeless rather than slavishly fashionable. In some ways the natural successor to the classic English Country House designers of the 20th century, OKA delivers the same classic style but with a modern, accessible twist.
Annabel
Family Life


Family Life

Annabel is married to William, Viscount Astor, a partnership that spans 35 years and three children. She also has two daughters, Samantha and Emily, from her first marriage to Sir Reginald Sheffield. Family is the centre of Annabel’s world and she is never happier than when in the country surrounded by her children and grandchildren.
Annabel Jones jewellery


Annabel Jones jewellery

Annabel is a successful, serial entrepreneur with a steady focus on creative businesses. She was the owner of and designer behind the innovative and highly successful Annabel Jones jewellery business. Groundbreaking in its day, Annabel Jones was responsible for creating a brand new style of jewellery that was young, fun, affordable and designed to be worn every day.
It boasted clients including royal families, international heads of state and stars of stage and screen and for 30 years her shop in Beauchamp Place was a favourite destination for those seeking original and beautiful jewellery (including the iconic gold bee necklace pictured).



Annabel Jones jewellery
Family History


Family History

Successful women run in Annabel’s family: she is married to the grandson of American born Nancy Astor, who was the first female MP to take her seat in the House of Commons (a tradition continued by her husband who currently sits in the House of Lords). Her mother was the famous society beauty Pandora Clifford and her grandmother was Enid Bagnold, whose novel National Velvet became the first film role of Elizabeth Taylor. Annabel can trace her family tree back to Charles II.
Life with Annabel Astor

Life with Annabel Astor

Love Of The Country

Annabel
Annabel has always felt rooted in the countryside, and is most content when at home in the country surrounded by family, friends and her animals (which include horses, dogs and chickens). Proximity to nature is both a necessity and an inspiration for Annabel who loves entertaining outside in summer.

Decorating Signature

Decorating Signature
Annabel, and OKA’s, signature style builds on a centuries old English decorating tradition that blends pieces from different periods and cultures, layering styles and influences to create schemes that are unique and timeless rather than slavishly fashionable. In some ways the natural successor to the classic English Country House designers of the 20th century, OKA delivers the same classic style but with a modern, accessible twist.

Family Life

Family Life
Annabel is married to William, Viscount Astor, a partnership that spans 35 years and three children. She also has two daughters, Samantha and Emily, from her first marriage to Sir Reginald Sheffield. Family is the centre of Annabel’s world and she is never happier than when in the country surrounded by her children and grandchildren.

Annabel Jones jewellery

Annabel Jones jewellery
Annabel is a successful, serial entrepreneur with a steady focus on creative businesses. She was the owner of and designer behind the innovative and highly successful Annabel Jones jewellery business. Groundbreaking in its day, Annabel Jones was responsible for creating a brand new style of jewellery that was young, fun, affordable and designed to be worn every day.
It boasted clients including royal families, international heads of state and stars of stage and screen and for 30 years her shop in Beauchamp Place was a favourite destination for those seeking original and beautiful jewellery (including the iconic gold bee necklace pictured).

Family History

Family History
Successful women run in Annabel’s family: she is married to the grandson of American born Nancy Astor, who was the first female MP to take her seat in the House of Commons (a tradition continued by her husband who currently sits in the House of Lords). Her mother was the famous society beauty Pandora Clifford and her grandmother was Enid Bagnold, whose novel National Velvet became the first film role of Elizabeth Taylor. Annabel can trace her family tree back to Charles II.
Life with Annabel Astor

Life with Annabel Astor

Love Of The Country

Annabel
Annabel has always felt rooted in the countryside, and is most content when at home in the country surrounded by family, friends and her animals (which include horses, dogs and chickens). Proximity to nature is both a necessity and an inspiration for Annabel who loves entertaining outside in summer.

Decorating Signature

Decorating Signature
Annabel, and OKA’s, signature style builds on a centuries old English decorating tradition that blends pieces from different periods and cultures, layering styles and influences to create schemes that are unique and timeless rather than slavishly fashionable. In some ways the natural successor to the classic English Country House designers of the 20th century, OKA delivers the same classic style but with a modern, accessible twist.

Family Life

Family Life
Annabel is married to William, Viscount Astor, a partnership that spans 35 years and three children. She also has two daughters, Samantha and Emily, from her first marriage to Sir Reginald Sheffield. Family is the centre of Annabel’s world and she is never happier than when in the country surrounded by her children and grandchildren.

Annabel Jones jewellery

Annabel Jones jewellery
Annabel is a successful, serial entrepreneur with a steady focus on creative businesses. She was the owner of and designer behind the innovative and highly successful Annabel Jones jewellery business. Groundbreaking in its day, Annabel Jones was responsible for creating a brand new style of jewellery that was young, fun, affordable and designed to be worn every day.
It boasted clients including royal families, international heads of state and stars of stage and screen and for 30 years her shop in Beauchamp Place was a favourite destination for those seeking original and beautiful jewellery (including the iconic gold bee necklace pictured).

Family History

Family History
Successful women run in Annabel’s family: she is married to the grandson of American born Nancy Astor, who was the first female MP to take her seat in the House of Commons (a tradition continued by her husband who currently sits in the House of Lords). Her mother was the famous society beauty Pandora Clifford and her grandmother was Enid Bagnold, whose novel National Velvet became the first film role of Elizabeth Taylor. Annabel can trace her family tree back to Charles II.