Young at heart
Meet Lola, the buzzy new addition to Burberry’s handbag stable. Named after a song by ’60s rock band The Kinks, the softly quilted style is youthful in spirit, ageless in application.
With the demand for Gucci’s vintage logo tees showing no signs of slowing down, the label continues to make a statement with the year-round wardrobe staple.
Charlotte Tilbury’s kaleidoscopic The Icon Palette allows you to dip into disco brights or swipe fail-safe neutrals over your lids. The metallic powders are intensely pigmented and apply silky smooth for looks that wow.
Best of both
There’s nothing easier than slipping into a pair of comfy flats, but when said shoes are made by Louis Vuitton, you can expect a side of high-fashion swagger, too.
Bathroom accessory master Decor Walther’s rainbow range of crystal tumblers make it quick and easy to brighten up the space. Use them to hold your toothbrush
or store your make-up tools.
The combination of strong geometric lines and unmissable emeralds ensures Stefano Canturi’s Athena neckpiece is as commanding as the Greek war goddess who bears the same name.
Fendi’s Baguette bag is back in all its glory—but the iconic 1997 design becomes even more of a talking point when it’s covered in purple paillettes. Shine on!
Hide and seek
This whimsical Ettore Sottsass-designed table lamp forms the silhouette of a duck whose lightbulb-masking beak cleverly hides the fact that it can be put to practical use. Think of it as a sculptural piece of art before dark.
Because diamonds shouldn’t be a girl’s only best friend, these megawatt Tiffany & Co. rings spotlight less expected—but no less stunning—coloured stones.
Summon a retro-sport attitude without going the tracksuit route by flaunting Tommy Hilfiger’s tailored pants. The elevated off-duty option simply says it all with swipes of go-faster stripes.