For SS24, Balmain revealed a collection full of floral shapes and motifs. This petal-like skirt pairs with a leaf-green tailored jacket with contrasting sharp lines.
Penelope Chilvers’ India Hicks Grove suede embroidered boot is handmade from sustainably sourced Italian oiled suede with authentic Western embroidery triple stitch throughout.
Hay’s green scalloped-edged trolley is a stylish and useful addition as a bar cart or just a statement side table.
Monc’s wide selection of spectacles offers the perfect frame for every face shape. From round to square shapes and subtle to strong frames there is a style for everyone.
Forget dry January and sip from Catherine Martin’s sophisticated coupe glasses designed exclusively for Anthropologie.
£56 for four.
If you want to visit the UK’s incredible museums, cutting-edge galleries, and swoon-worthy historic houses, there’s one simple item you need: an Art Pass.
Messy Weekend’s goggles feature anti-fog, anti-scratch coating, 100% UV400 protection and easy magnetic lens change. Choose between the high-contrast XE2 lens for enhanced clarity in varied landscapes or the photochromic XEp lens that adapts to changing weather conditions, turning royal blue in the sun and transparent purple in overcast conditions.
Winter sun incoming? Head to Battersea’s Amelie’s Follies for a personalised bikini fitting.
Earsass is a small earring brand with gorgeous, 18k gold-plated or plant-based lightweight designs. The affordable collection is available with clip-on or pierced styles, one of which was recently worn by Princess Kate.
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In celebration of 25 years in Japan, Dyson has introduced the Ceramic Pop colourway for the
Airwrap and all hair tools.