A few months ago I had a chance to photograph Celia Munoz, founder of London based children’s clothing boutique La Coqueta. Mother of five and creative director behind her label, Celia opened up the doors of her spacious Hampstead Heath home for LA-based MINI Magazine's feature shoot.
Celia’s house is full of character and is completely her own - every object, book and piece of furniture has a story. Children’s rooms are filled with handmade toys, beautiful decorations and the most beautiful English designer wallpaper I have seen. It is impossible to not admire how every object is cherished and part of the family’s memory.
My favourite room in the house was the living room, full of light, complete with built-in bookshelves, an antique french sofa, unique objects collected through travels and a huge moroccan rug where the kids play on the weekends.
Celia’s style is influenced by her Spanish upbringing and the evolution of her fashion sense after having kids, and this informs the way she designs for La Coqueta. I am a big fan of the brand and the way Celia manages to be the modern woman capable of managing it all - raising five beautiful kids, running her own business and growing a loving nurturing relationship with her husband.