Haruka Stockists

Throughout my years of running the Haruka shop, my clothes were only available through me – in-store or on my website. Since moving to my studio, I have been allowing growth to happen organically. One of the foundations of my business is cooperation over the competition: Together, We Rise. I have always sold the work of other designers in my shop and now I find myself on the other side of the equation. I am happy to say that you can now find Haruka clothes in several shops around the country, from up North to the very South.

My three stockists in Bridport, Kendall and Glastonbury are all run by amazing women with whom I feel honoured to partner. Their spaces are little caves of wonder and well worth the visit. Also, don’t forget that if you want to try before you buy, you can always book an appointment to come and see me at the studio in Shepton Mallet.

Opal Dorset

With their range of natural, organic, planet-loving, ethically sound clothing, Opal Dorest aims to inspire and awaken the natural beauty within every woman… without costing the earth! Based in the beautiful town of Bridport on the South Coast, the wonderful Dawn, who runs Opal Dorest, is a great person to support. So if you find yourself beside the seaside, why not pay her a visit.

Wild Abandon, Kendal

In the heart of Kendal is Wild Abandon - an Alddin's cave of ethically sourced wonders. From clothing to furniture and well-being products too, this felt like the perfect fit for Haruka. I love working with like-minded women passionate about sustainability, and Wild Abandon really is that. Check out their website and pop in for a browse.

Goddess Temple Gifts, Glastobury

Famous with locals and visitors alike, this pretty purple shop is tucked away in a peaceful courtyard just off the high street. It is a local landmark containing handcrafted artwork, jewellery, clothing and gifts created by Goddess-loving people. I'm delighted that my clothes can still be found in Glastonbury and are in this wonderful shop.

*** SHOUT OUT! ***

There’s always room for one more. If you have a favourite boutique in your hometown that you would love to see Haruka in, please get in touch. I would really appreciate your input and help. I’m always looking for friendly, fabulous boutiques to stock Haruka.