Our founder Alison Lowe MBE is a renowned supporter and promoter of start-up and creative brands and entrepreneurs. She has launched the Spirited Entrepreneur Network to  support entrepreneurial businesses and bring together spirited entrepreneurs to network and share creative ideas. We will be highlighting the brands we discover both here and on our social media accounts @felicitiesagency and @spiritedentrepreneurs

Shelli-Oh is an Indonesian-Canadian fashion designer, who is the creative director behind her eponymous brand, creating both menswear and stunning ethereal womenswear. The Shelli Oh collections infuse a refreshingly unique vitality and vision into a line of clothing for both women and men, with a signature focus on distinctive details, unique textures and stylish charm… 



Audrey Migot-Adholla is the founder of award winning African jewellery brand Yala Jewellery, who splits her time between her home in Bristol and Kenya, where her jewellery is produced.  Yala was the first jewellery brand to become a Certified B Corporation, creating ethical jewellery that is created to last, with collaborators who are paid fairly and materials that are eco-friendly.  Audrey is passionate about ensuring true transparency across the production process, and a genuine connection between the people who created Yala jewellery and the customer.


That Gorilla Brand set out with the aim to create more than a fashion brand, they are committed to making a positive impact on the world. The brand gives back by donating money from every sale to The Gorilla Organisation. The company embraces the principles of strength, love and loyalty, in a unique clothing collection that always values quality and design over profit, and never forgets the importance of giving back. 


Emily is an extremely talented artist from Devon who works in acrylics to create the designs for her eponymous brand, Emily Smith Designs. Working from her family farm in the beautiful depths of Devon, she finds inspiration from the animals and countryside around her. “The best thing for me is seeing the finished product, seeing what I just created and hoping there is someone that appreciates it as much as I do.” Originally only painting for her children, Emily was soon inundated for requests of her paintings and this led to the launch of the Emily Smith brand, which now has an ever-growing product range, including umbrellas, prints, notebooks, and homewares.