Our founder Maryl Georgi had the opportunity to attend a celebration at Aynhoe Park, which is a gorgeous English estate. She brought back a few photos of the estate and the celebration in January that are definitely worth sharing.
Aynhoe Park, is a Grade I listed 17th-century country house rebuilt after the English Civil War on the southern edge of the stone-built village of Aynho near Banbury, Oxfordshire. It overlooks the Cherwell valley that divides Northamptonshire from Oxfordshire. The house is in private ownership and no longer open to the public but can be hired for some private functions.
A dear friend to Maryl had a 30th birthday weekend celebration at Aynhoe Park and a fabulous time was had by all. The theme of the party was “UnTamed”. Since there is taxidermy everywhere at Aynhoe Park, the guests were asked to fit in. Animal warfare paint could be seen on guests including brothers Karim and Shez.
This is Jason Grode after a Taxidermy leopard’s vicious attack.
Maryl even snapped a picture with her friend Chris Collins. Chris is better know as one of the faces of Polo Ralph Lauren.
Maryl had the pleasure of running into James Perkins, owner of Aynhoe Park, again at the L.A. Modernism event. He was walking around admiring the art and design.
One of the booths at the L.A. Modernism event was representing Aynhoe Park. The booth was complete with pictures of the historic estate.
If you ever receive an invitation to an event at Aynhoe Park, be sure to attend! Maryl had an amazing time at the birthday celebration and loved the history of the estate. Trips and events like these often inspire new creations of shorts, bikinis, mats, and more.Share this post: