With fashion month well underway, we’re lusting after all the delectable new season accessories seen on the runways. This crystal-studded Coperni swipe is the accoutrement your arm deserves whether you’re in the boardroom or a bass-thumping club.
Looking for some midweek mirth in the form of an all-female comedy lineup? Head to Gaghdad at the Nell of Old Drury in Covent Garden. Headlined by the legendary Shazia Mirza and featuring a whole host of rising stars, it’ll bring joy to your Wednesday evening.
In Milan for the shows? You must visit Bar Basso for an aperitif. Labelled by Highsnobiety as ‘Milan’s coolest bar’, it's a cult institution within the city. Founded in 1947, it became a destination amongst the fashion crowd in the 70s and the vibe has not changed since.
Monday saw the world pause to witness the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. While the service was incredibly moving, so too were the nods to her late majesty through her descendants’ choice of jewellery, all worn to honour her life and legacy. Our favourite was 7-year-old Princess Charlotte who made her jewellery debut in the form of a diamond horseshoe brooch. It was a gift given by her great-grandmother and a homage to her love of horses.
The question of what we really want from life plagues us all from time to time, which is precisely why psychotherapist Charlotte Fox Weber’s What We Want is such an excellent book. Read it for a rare insight into the highly confidential world of talk therapy.
Sex, drugs and corruption. Interested? You should be. We’re hooked on HeidiWorld: The Heidi Fleiss Story. It’s all the scandal one needs to make their morning commute highly salacious and enjoyable. The series follows the real-life story of Fleiss rising to become a ‘Hollywood Madam’ in the early 90s, and how she fell at the hands of American sexual hypocrisy.
From the whole history of Hervé Léger to a run-down of aphrodisiacs, we’ve had sexy things on the brain lately. And, given our new concept for the season, who can blame us?