Hollywood superstars have been sources of inspiration throughout history. The public regards the film stars of past and present as beacons of culture and in many ways, they live forever as their impact is so lasting. We join two people who have been especially moved by Hollywood in their lifestime acheivements, who will be discussing how the stars have influenced them and their contributions to their contemporary.
On the 7th of June, we visit N. Peal, the luxury cashmere business who can credit the majority of its success to the committment of Hollywood over it’s 80 year history, an anniversary we celebrate this year. From Audrey Hepburn, to Marylin Monroe, to Dustin Hoffman and most recently Daniel Craig, N Peal has been embraced by the leading ladies and gentleman of the silver screen. We hear from N. Peal Managing Director and owner Adam Holdsworth, about why N. Peal has been so consistantly linked with Hollywood since the brand started in 1936.
Also joining us is a very special guest. Howard Mutti Mewse and his twin brother Austin were introduced to the Hollywood Golden Age by their grandmother, who first showed them the film The Wind, starring Lillian Gish as young boys, which inspired a fan letter that eventually led to a youth spent meeting and becoming confidantes to the stars of yesteryear. These engagements included Ginger Rogers, Bette Davis and Marlene Dietrich, although the list goes on. So much so, that the brothers penned their experiences in a book entitled I Used to be in Pictures. Howard joins Adam to discuss his up close and personal encounters with Old Hollywood and their lasting impressions.
Date: 7th June, 2016
Place: N. Peal, 37-40 Burlington Arcade, W1J 0QD
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