Priscilla Carluccio started her working life as a photographer and went on to work on the Ambassador Magazine - subsequently freelancing for House and Garden and Man about Town. After moving to France with her family, she became a ‘Marchand Ambulant’ based in Paris - on returning to the UK she was asked to ‘put’ the Conran shop into the Michelin Building, overseeing the design and merchandise. She then joined Conran Design group, becoming the head of the product studio and stylist to Habitat internationally. She left and joined Paola Navone to create Due Mani developing Handicrafts in the Far East - with the company based in Hong Kong. Priscilla created a small deli in Neal Street which was branded Carluccio’s - the husband and wife travelled extensively in Italy to collect the range of products which Priscilla then had designed and distributed through a wholesale division, it was then obvious to her that Carluccio’s had the possibility to become an international chain of Deli-Caffe’s. Finding partners who have realised the potential, the chain has been an enormous success. On leaving Carluccio’s, Priscilla decided to create a one-off eclectic, innovative shop, Few and Far on the Brompton Road. It was open for four and a half years, and on closing there were many letters from all over the world... “There are only a few remarkable shops like you in the world... Hope you keep your wonderful spirit and hope to find you somewhere in the future...” New York, Tokyo, Paris, Australia etc. Now Priscilla is working on a new project which will eventually be announced on this site... Few and Far will live again!