The Luxe List: September
THE LIMITED-EDITION RANGE:
Matilda Goad & Co. x Anthropologie
We're big fans of Matilda Goad and now, the London-based designer has teamed up with high-street favourite Anthropologie on a homeware collection that fuses utility with tradition and her typical British countryside aesthetic. From signature scalloped-edge throws and scatter cushions to kitchen accessories and candles, all the pieces in the limited-edition range are the perfect combination of style and function.
An Evening With Edward Enninful
This Sunday, Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful will take to the stage at London’s Southbank Centre to discuss his new memoir, A Visible Man, with actor, writer and director Michaela Coel. The book traces Enninful’s journey into one of the world's most exclusive industries, candidly sharing how – as a Black, gay, working-class refugee – he found in fashion not only a home, but the freedom to share his vision of the world. Told in his own words in his signature enigmatic style, this is the story of a visionary who’s changed not only an industry, but how we understand the worlds of fashion and beauty in 2022.
Book tickets here.
THE BIG COLLAB:
Monica Vinader x Kate Young
One of the biggest collaborations of the year has dropped. A-list stylist Kate Young (her clients include Selena Gomez, Dakota Johnson and Margot Robbie) has joined forces with British jeweller Monica Vinader. The 13-strong capsule collection is full of modern designs showcasing beautiful, clean and simple metals and gemstones. Designed to take you from day-to-night, the collection includes rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces, all in simple sculptural silhouettes and all in polished 18ct gold vermeil. Our pick? We love the bold signet rings and gemstone hoop earrings.
Available at MonicaVinader.com
Regular readers will know how much we love knitwear brand Navy Grey. Now, the brand is gearing up to release their autumn collection and there are two new styles worth looking out for: the NEAT is a tight-fitting classic crew neck sweater; the OVERSIZE is a slouchier, made-for-lounging jumper. Available in Navy Grey’s signature muted colours and made using 100% traceable Scottish-spun lamb’s wool, these are going straight into our new season wardrobes.
THE NEW VENTURE:
Electragram is a stylish digital communication platform, inspired by the iconic look of classic telegrams. Set up by ex-Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter and his wife Anna, Electragram gives users the chance to create their own signature online correspondence with a range of colours, icons and illustrations, and deliver it via email, text, social media or any messaging app. Designed to evoke the same emotional reaction as sending or receiving a handwritten note, the venture effectively combines the efficiency of modern delivery with the charm and sophistication of old-school communication.
THE TRAVEL DESTINATION:
Founded this year by architectural designer Tom Leahy, ARC is a growing collection of country houses in the UK. Combining stunning architecture, interiors and landscapes with unique, local experiences, ARC Padstow is the brand’s second property to date. A former manor house, courthouse and mill originally built in the 18th century, it’s since been restored to its original plan by PARTI architects. Now able to hold 24 guests across 12 en-suite king-bed rooms, the building is united by a characterful garden at the heart of the property, complete with an oval sun lawn, outdoor kitchen and wood-fired hot-tub. With additional five reception spaces, it’s the perfect place to relax, recover, dance and dine with your friends this autumn/winter.
THE LIGHTING RANGE:
Original BTC x Beata Heuman
Original BTC director Charlie Bowles called on Swedish interior designer Beata Heuman to come up with a new line combining the lighting manufacturer’s best-of-British approach with her inimitable eye for design. Only BTC’s collaboration in its 30-year history, the collection spans a range of practical go-anywhere ceramic fittings, including table lamps, wall lights and standing lamps.
THE SKINCARE LAUNCH:
In partnership with LVMH, British designer Stella McCartney has debuted three skincare products as part of her new beauty line STELLA, including the Reset Cleanser, Alter-Care Serum and Restore Cream. The formulas, all of which are refillable, come in reusable bottles made from recyclable glass. The attention to detail is clear, and she has left one stone unturned – master perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, has even created the line’s custom scent.
Available in September.
THE INTERIORS ADDITION:
Adding to her glassware and candlestick collections, SheerLuxe favourite Issy Granger has launched a selection of linen napkins and tablecloths, as well as a nature-inspired double and single stem ceramic candlestick. Made from 100% pure European linen by a family run textile company in northern Portugal, the napkins are available in a blue double-piped design, pink with a green double-piped design and blue with a red double-piped design. Meanwhile, inspired by nature, the unique ceramic single and double candlesticks are handmade by a father and daughter duo in a Portuguese ceramic studio.
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