The Luxe List: June
The Luxe List: June

The Luxe List: June

The SL team shares a selection of their new favourite things. From the latest fashion launches to a beauty must-have, June’s Luxe List offers all the inspiration you need...

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Borgo de Nor X Talia Collins

Later this month, Borgo De Nor will launch a sustainable swimwear collection with former Vogue Paris columnist and swimwear brand owner Talia Collins. Founded by former fashion director Carmen Borgonovo and ex-Diane von Furstenberg staffer Joana de Noronha, Borgo De Nor is well versed in all things travel and style. Inspired by the pair’s favourite places – from El Salvador and Rio de Janeiro to Miami and Portugal – the new swimwear collection is the perfect last-minute addition to your suitcase.

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La Droguerie by Diptique

La Droguerie is the new collection from fragrance house Diptique, which aims to add a touch of luxury to household tasks via cleaning products that are refillable, recyclable – and look good. Fragrances include fig tree and orange blossom; or basil and polished wood. You’ll find an odour-removing candle, multi-surface cleaner, dishwashing liquid and a rather chic dish brush on our wish list.




From flamboyant filmmaker Baz Luhrmann comes Elvis. Starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks, the film explores the life and music of Elvis Presley, seen through the prism of his complicated relationship with his enigmatic manager, Colonel Tom Parker. The story delves into the complex dynamic between Presley and Parker and spans more than 20 years, charting Presley’s rise to fame to his unprecedented stardom, all against the backdrop of the evolving cultural landscape and his relationship with Priscilla Presley (Olivia DeJonge).



Marzoline X Alexandra Carello

Luxury fashion expert Alexandra Carello has teamed up with Marzoline Milano – the Italian headwear brand founded by twins Allegra and Desideria – on a summer collection. Designed to be lightweight, the collection focuses on oversized pieces that are simple and not overly fussy. We especially love the linen maxi bows, which come in four summery colours.



Oliver James Doubles

Luxury lilo maker Oliver James’s new Slim Aarons-style ‘Doubles’ are inspired by iconic destinations such as the Hamptons and Los Angeles and come in two colourways. Like the single lilos, these are secure, long-lasting luxury pool floats made with woven outdoor performance fabrics and soft-to-touch TPU inflatable film. Each of the products is a more sustainable alternative to cheap, plastic inflatables and can be used both in and out of the water, complementing a beach, poolside, garden or boat experience.



Mercato Alighieri

Cult jewellery brand Alighieri is launching Mercato Alighieri at Television Centre later this month. From 9th-19th June, the Italian-themed food and fashion pop-up will bring Florence to west London. Dreamt up by founder Rosh Mahtani, the space will feature a collection of pastel-hued structures housing the brand’s jewellery boutique, a gelato shop by Badiani and wares from Mariella’s Bridal. Select will be on hand to host an aperitivo bar and Italian dishes will be served at the trattoria.



Vladimir by Julia May Jonas

The book to be seen with this summer, Vladimir follows a popular English professor, whose husband – a charismatic professor at the same small liberal arts college in the US – is under investigation for his inappropriate relationships with his former students. The couple have long had a mutual understanding when it comes to their extramarital pursuits, but with these new allegations, life has become far less comfortable for them both. And when the unnamed narrator becomes increasingly infatuated with Vladimir, a celebrated, married young novelist who’s just arrived on campus, their world comes dangerously close to exploding.



Erdem Vacation

Inspired by nature and the desire to explore and travel, Erdem’s new Vacation collection contrasts archival floral prints with bold stripes and Ikat motifs. Both relaxed and luxurious, dresses and skirts are adorned with delicate flower embroidery or broderie anglaise detail and are available in rich tones of rust and yellow. Accessories come in the shape of heavyweight cotton bucket hats, printed visors, woven straw basket bags and striped totes, while high-waisted bikinis in bold floral prints mark the brand’s first foray into swimwear.



Seventy One Gin

Seventy One Gin is now available to buy at Selfridges. Housed in a striking octagonal, art deco-style glass bottle, the brand was created by fashion photographer and artist Mert Alas. Already seen in the hands of Madonna, Dua Lipa and Kate Moss, the spirit is best served as a martini or on the rocks.




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