The Luxe List: November

Here, the SL team shares a selection of their new favourite things. From the fashion team’s new launch of choice to the latest beauty must-have, our monthly Luxe List offers all the inspiration you need...

SHOP: Temperley Somerset

The West Country has always run deep in the veins of the Alice Temperly brand – most will be familiar with the eponymous designer's Somerset by Temperly diffusion line. Well, now she's reverting back to her roots with a new store and headquarters in the local area, renovating a landmark space into an atelier, training workshop, archive destination and bar. The south coast just got a lot more glamorous...


CANDLE: Angela Mugnai Emporium

Tuscan-born, London-based Angela Mugnai is set to launch an online shop selling candles and decorative items made by artisans in the UK and Italy. Of the current collection – available to check out on her Instagram feed now – we love the look of the multi-sized swan candles and Michelangelo’s David-style busts, made in collaboration with Interlude Candles.



COOKBOOK: Saucy by Nina Parker

Following the success of Nina St Tropez and Nina Capri, Nina Parker will launch her third cookbook, Saucy, later this month. The book focuses on fuss-free, versatile food brought to life by sauces, dressings, marinades and pesto. Inspired by Nina’s longstanding love of the Mediterranean and trips to California, Mexico and Japan, the cookbook is packed with over 100 flavourful, healthy and flexitarian recipes designed to vamp up everyday meals, dinner party dishes and desserts.


FRAGRANCE: Anine Bing Pure Noir

Pure Noir is a new fragrance from Anine Bing. The second from the brand, it contains both natural and synthetic oils and is cruelty free and vegan. It’s a dark, sultry scent with notes of black baccarat rose, papyrus, and spicy saffron. A candle of the scent is also available – great for gifting.



COLLAB: Frame X Mejuri

Instagram brand Mejuri has joined forces with luxe denim label Frame to create a capsule collection of jewellery. Inspired by French icons of the 1970s, hero pieces include chunky chain bracelets, molten-style hoops and a killer oversized necklace, all of which would look at home on Hailey Bieber – a surefire sign of a hit collection.



Flowers have always been at the heart of the House of Dior and were one of Christian Dior’s main sources of inspiration. To celebrate this, the fashion house has launched a beautiful book entirely dedicated to flowers. The new volume is filled with colour and inspiration, and includes rose portraits by Nick Knight, previously unpublished archival documents, details of embroidery and fabrics, perfumes, fashion sketches and sublime fashion photography.




New launch Memo Press was born out of a lifelong love of the written word. Memo's stationery is all about beautiful colours. There are ten to choose from, to be mixed and matched to find your perfect combination. All stationery, whether note cards or writing paper, comes in sets of ten. 


SELF-CARE: Soak Sunday

Inspired by lazy weekends and the power of natural bath botanicals, Soak Sunday’s aim is to bring back bath time. Made with powerful botanicals, aromatherapeutic blends and skin-soothing ingredients, the brand has created a 98-100% natural bath and body care collection. Keep an eye on its social channels for Sunday reading suggestions and playlists to accompany your bath.



COLLECTION: Zara Lingerie

Zara has a knack for emulating the most high-end trends in an affordable way – first with fashion, then homeware and now the Spanish behemoth is turning its hand to lingerie. From bras and bodysuits to complete loungewear sets, the neutral hues and glamorous campaigns make the unfussy pieces feel a lot more expensive than they are.


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