Ballet is trending and the 'anti restaurant' restaurant

New Italian jewellery brand Panconesi is a perfect union between art and fashion. Showcasing unique sculptural shapes and quirky colours, the designs are all about disruption – case in point: their Serpent hoop earrings. Use them to add oomph to an otherwise understated outfit.

Local to Leyton and looking to get fit AF? Look no further than Fit As, a new fitness studio focussed on 45 minute classes that yield results without faff. Whether you’re getting back into exercise after giving birth or looking to sculpt, they’re worth the effort.

Labelled as the ‘anti-Notting Hill restaurant’, new eatery Dorian, which opened earlier this week, is already making quite a name for itself. The young head chef is Max Coen, previously of two-Michelin-starred Ikoyi, so you know you’re in for a treat. Dishes include mussels with cucumber and shiso, grilled John Dory and potato rösti with girolles and Cornish Yarg cheese. Book now but expect a waiting list.

Fashion’s latest footwear fetish? The ballet pump. With its Mary Jane-esque addition of an instep strap, this season’s approach to the ballet-inspired shoe differs from its classic counterpart. Worn by a bleary-eyed post-Fashion Month Bella Hadid with leg warmers, this iteration is more grunge girl than Sloane Ranger. For our take, the Olivia flats by Flabelus will do the trick. Wear with cargo pants or a wide leg jean to strike the perfect balance between kitsch and cool.

Yes, we’re biased, but we can’t help it when our new store looks this good. We commissioned Mexican-born artist Rafael Uriegas to create a bespoke floor-to-ceiling mural and the result is a riot of colour and fabulousness. Come take a look when you're next in Marylebone.

From Bob Dylan (if you have a ticket we are extremely jealous) to the soulful Lykke Li, there’s some seriously good live music being played in London this month. But, we’re particularly excited for Bon Iver, playing at Wembley Stadium on the 25th October. If you haven’t already heard his deliciously hushed vocals and layered instrumentals, then mentally prepare yourselves. And for those unable to make the live concert, listen to ‘Hey, Ma’ to make your next walk a little more atmospheric.

Watch our creative director and founder Belma Gaudio and artist Rafael Uriegas chat through the store’s mural, his work, and his rise within the art world. For those who need a little self-love, read KOI boy Dino Bonačić’s personal essay on discovering how to love his body through fashion (and witness his topless selfies with our new season bags).

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