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Celia Lindsell - Designer


Celia is renowned for her exquisite taste and style.  She has an exceptional ‘eye’ for originality and flair which is evident in all her design work. 
Her design career has spanned over 30 years predominately in the world of luxury goods.



Window Display, Miniature Dolls Houses










Woburn Abbey

Christmas Decorations 2015








Jewellery Exhibition Design, Bond Street

Creative Concept - Midsummer Night's Dream









Sotheby's New York

Jewellery Exhibition Design









Sotheby's - Hong Kong

Jewellery Exhibition Design











Jewellery Exhibition Design, Bond Street

Creative Concept - Avenue Montaigne

'I enjoyed the theatrical mini displays of the Sotheby's Jewels almost as much as trying on the diamonds' Suzy Menkes, Vogue









River Island

Window Design










Celia Lindsell Retail Shop and Online Store  "Products you just want to have"

All product Design by Celia Lindsell






- French Lavender Collection

  Pillows, sachets, hotwater bottle covers, eye pillows, sofa cushions - all filled with French Lavender








- Clothing and Accessories Collection












- Home Range


  Cotton Tassel Trimmed Bath Towels




  Table Linen                                                                                                                                     Embroidered French Baskets                                




  Design of Côte d'Azur Fabric                                                                                                                        







Stone Carving  

Trained in Mahabalipuram in India and went on to complete a large body of work in Jaipur and France.  Celia exhibited widely both in the UK and in France.









Lindsell and Hadlee Designs

Window Display and Visual Merchandising Jospeh, Dunhill, Chanel, YSL, Debenhams








Design of Bond Street Christmas Lights 1994







Tiffany & Co

Window Display 1986 - 1999



























Celia has spent her working life in the world of luxury gifts starting by launching Tiffany & Co in London alongside Rosa Monckton back in the early ‘80’s. Her remit were the window displays, she spent time at Tiffany’s in New York training with the legendary Gene Moore, genius of window display, and John Loring, Design Director. She went on to produce over 1200 different window displays for the London store that became legendary in Bond Street contributing to the success of Tiffany & Co in London.  They won her countless awards and acclaim.


During this period she was commissioned by the Bond Street Association to design the Christmas Lights for Bond Street. Taking her inspiration from Europe she used only white lights creating star bursts across the street.  At this time this style was considered a novelty.


In 1988, by popular demand, she set up Lindsell & Hadlee Designs specializing in window display and visual merchandising which took her all over Europe. Her clients included Joseph, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Alfred Dunhill, Tiffany & Co, Nina Campbell and Berry Bros and Rudd amongst many others.


Having swept the board of London’s window displays Celia hung up her luxury gift apron for a while, installed herself in the South of France and began sculpting in stone. She trained in Mahabalipuram in India and went on to complete a large body of work in Jaipur. She exhibited widely both in the UK and in France.


In 2003, Celia was headhunted as creative director of Asprey & Garrard to work alongside Lawrence Stroll, Jade Jagger and Rosa Monckton overseeing the separation and evolution of these two Luxury brands.


In 2005, the inevitable happened and Celia began creating her own lifestyle brand.  This started from her love of the French lavender grown in her garden in Provence.  She felt the lavender market deserved and needed an update and Celia set about creating an extensive range of lavender luxury gifts and home accessories using her flair for style and design. Her products are sharp and contemporary, drawing inspiration from the traditions of Provence and her years of extensive travel.  Her collections have a British aesthetic mixed with the legendary style of France.

The collection has grown to include many other lifestyle accessories. 


She has excelled in the world of design from the outset and is delighted to be able to bring her talent and luxury and original gifts to a wider audience.