Milou closes Palm Beach shop, rebrands as lifestyle site See full article. As many businesses remain closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, stores like Milou have re-imagined their brands. While the coronavirus lockdown threatens the livelihood of many local shops, some store owners are rethinking their brand to shift with the times. One of those is Lourdes de Guardiola, who closed her shop at The Esplanade on April 30 and now has rebranded it as an online lifestyle site featuring her new clothing line, curated products and inspiring content. “With the whole pandemic, anything you can do to keep yourself motivated is okay,” she said. “As a nation, we are used to big results, big events, big parties and I...
In the Saddle - Palm Beach Illustrated Article In November, she launched Milou Palm Beach, a chic clothing and accessories boutique in The Esplanade on Worth Avenue. "I found a loyal following and always wanted to be in Palm Beach because ii is close to home," she notes. A portmanteau of the beginnings of her and her husband's first names, Milou is filled with cotton linen dresses, skirts, shirts, jackets, hats, jewelry, shoes, leather bags, and more. "Fashion is a passion where I curate equestrian inspired, seasonless pieces for the woman who travels the world, and I also create baby dresses and outfits in several styles inspired by my children," de Guardiola says. "My newest design project is a line...
Ringside Chat: Lourdes de Guardiola
Wellington native Lourdes de Guardiola is easily one one of the busiest people we know. The mother of three is an equestrian, entrepreneur, and teacher. Whether she’s on the horse or cheering on her husband and students from the sidelines, one thing’s for certain—her Free x Rein favorites are going with her. Get to know Lourdes, below. Read full article here.
Former equestrian show jumper brings her style to Palm Beach
By Carla Trivino
The polo scene is more Wellington than Palm Beach, but Lourdes de Guardiola has managed to bring an equestrian flair to the island.
On Wednesday, the former equestrian show jumper and coach hosted a trunk show at the Meat Market with collections from her online specialty boutique Milou Palm Beach.
Her focus is seasonless clothing with both bohemian and polo chic, a.k.a lots of linen and leather.
“I carry designers that match the equestrian lifestyle,” de Guardiola said.
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Milou Palm Beach and founder Lourdes in Palm Beach Article by Altima. See post for article.
The brainchild of Lourdes de Guardiola, Milou’s curated collection is often described as chic, timeless, with an equestrian twist. Daughter of one of Wellington’s pioneer developers, horses became Lourdes’s life at the age of six, ultimately giving way to a successful 15 year career in the show jumping business.
“My husband Michael Morrissey and I have travelled the globe winning championships in the hunters, jumpers and equitation. Michael is a proven international show jumper... Read Full Article