Once the epitome of prim, heritage textures such as the jacquard used across this Camilla and Marc set are being met with cool new silhouettes and plenty of attitude to match.
Dreamed up by the brand’s founder more than 100 years ago, Cartier’s Art-Deco informed—and perennially adored—Tank watch has earned its investment-piece status and then some.
Good to Glow
Westman Atelier’s multi-use cosmetics make effortless summer beauty just that. The cream blush brings a rosy flush to cheeks and lips, while the highlighter doubles as a bronzer and eyeshadow.
Bourgeois chic continues to reign supreme and there’s no better way to embrace the style than with a pussy-bow blouse by Parisienne favourite, Celine.
The dual pipes on this Richard Sapper-designed kettle allow the kitchen staple to whistle a delightful two-note melody whenever it’s time for tea.
These monogrammed Louis Vuitton shoes are the office-proof element of cool your corporate wardrobe has been waiting for.
If you’ve unlocked the pathway to a new adventure or found the key to someone’s heart, be sure to mark the occasion with one of Tiffany & Co.’s precious pendants.
The logo trend goes low-key across Fendi’s elevated outfit extras, thanks to clever craftsmanship techniques that see the label’s double-F motif emerge from toned-down texture.
Let There Be Rain
You’ll be praying for summer showers with Pasotti’s bright umbrella under your wing. The stylish—and sturdy—Italian design is the luxury accessory you never knew you needed.
The tubes that feature on the facade of France’s famous Centre Pompidou inform these equally art-centric interlocking vases, aptly named Pi-Dou.