Henry Duvall was dreamt up by founder, Meghan Stanton as an expression of her life and love of timeless style. Meghan grew up on the sandy shores of Bermuda where much of the inspiration for her colorful, preppy designs continues to come from. She attended boarding school and college on the East Coast and later lived in NYC and London, where she fell in love with traditional childrenswear while pregnant with her first son. Soon after, she returned to her beloved island with her husband, and today they are happily raising their three children on the pink shores of Bermuda.
From Henry: Meet the Founder
Meghan is inspired by the people and places she loves most: the old-world charm of her pastel island, the classic prep of New England, the southern grace of coastal Georgia, and the tradition and heritage of London. This is what makes Henry Duvall so special. Our designs reflect Meghan’s unique blend of styles from all the places she’s called home. Henry Duvall reflects the things she loves the most: travels, traditions, and family adventures.
Get to know Meghan…
5 Questions with our founder
What is your favorite holiday or tradition?
I’m a Christmas fanatic, so the whole month of December for me is heaven. I love creating special traditions for my family that we repeat every year, even if it’s tiny things like the hot cocoa we drink while decorating the tree or our early breakfast on the beach on Christmas Eve. Christmas Eve is my very favorite day of the year actually. The excitement and anticipation is better than the real thing for me!
If you weren’t living in Bermuda, where would you live?
Charleston, for sure! I think it’s the most charming city and every time I visit I want to pack up and move there. Charleston and Bermuda actually have a lot of historical connections and parallels in architecture. The colorful houses on Rainbow Row always remind me of home.
What do you do for fun?
This! Truly, Henry Duvall is so much fun for me, and it really started as a hobby when my mom taught me to sew during Covid. Bermuda had a very strict lockdown and the airport was closed for 4 months, so there was very little to do, and sewing with my mom became a welcome retreat for me. She used to sew beautiful clothing for us growing up, so she was a great teacher! We created the very first prototype of our Wilkes shorts together and that will always be so special to me.
What is your favorite outfit?
I’ve never met a stripe I didn’t love, and I feel the best and most like myself when I’m wearing a good sundress.
What is your favorite color?
Blue! Hands down.