Long-time friend of Chinti & Parker, Ginnie Chadwyck-Healey worked at British Vogue for 12 years before setting up VCH Style where she consults for luxury brands of all sizes. Also offering styling advice through her weekly column for the Sunday Telegraph, she aims to educate readers to shop in a more sustainable and savvy fashion. We learned some of her top tips when we caught up. Read on to find out more.

My Loewe coat. I would never have been able to afford it full price. I saw it, it sang to me, I pounced. Now I get stopped in the street for it. It was also the coat I bought when I started so it feels symbolic of the post Vogue chapter of my career.

Which Chinti & Parker pieces do you have your eye on this season? And what do you love about them?

I'm loving these three knits (pictured) because there is such a variety of looks for all eventualities. So I can envisage wearing these pieces well into the autumn, even winter, with extra layers. I really have to ensure there is longevity to my wardrobe choices. It's about thinking 'Will I still love this after its first outing?' as we are all exposed to so much newness every single day, it can feel like we are constantly in need of something new. Really, I love the striped Jeanne top the most. Classic but with a Chinti twist thanks to the orange baseline.