The Luxe List: November
The Luxe List: November

The Luxe List: November

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

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Le Regard by Hermès Beauty

The newest collection from Hermès Beauty focuses on all things eyes. Le Regard Hermès is a selection of six harmonies of eyeshadows that elevate and illuminate and six shades of mascara that reveal and intensify. The reusable eyeshadow palettes – known as Ombre d’Hermès – combine matte and satin shades with silkier shimmering formulas. Along with the Trait d’Hermès mascaras, the launch also includes a set of four makeup brushes. Designed by creative director Pierre Hardy, each Hermès Beauty brush comes in one of the house's signature orange boxes.




Oscar-winning filmmaker Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman) is the director behind this beautifully wicked tale of privilege and desire. Struggling to find his place at Oxford University, student Oliver Quick (Barry Keoghan) finds himself drawn into the world of the charming and aristocratic Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi), who invites him to Saltburn, his eccentric family’s sprawling estate, for a summer never to be forgotten.



Phoebe Philo

Phoebe Philo’s hotly anticipated eponymous collection has finally launched. Six years after stepping down from her role at Céline, the British designer is back. launched on Monday October 30th and offers a full range of ready-to-wear and accessories, all available to shop now. Embodying the quiet luxury hallmarks she’s known for, you can expect minimalist knits, sleek coats and a timeless palette – plus, there’s also a more directional edge to the collection, with oversized framed sunglasses, seriously sharp shoulders and fringed, hand-combed embroidered tailored trousers, dresses and skirts. While the prices sit at the upper end of the luxury scale, it’s definitely worth exploring. 



Liberty LBTY. Fragrance

Liberty’s new beautifully bottled in-house fragrance has landed. Named LBTY, the collection features five expertly crafted scents that reimagine the beauty and inspiration behind some of the famous department store’s most iconic prints. For autumn, we like the sound of Zephirine, an eau de parfum with notes of ripe figs, velvety rose petals and rich vetiver.



Bryan O’Sullivan Collection

We’ve got our eye on the recently launched Bryan O'Sullivan Collection, which features jewel-inspired lighting. The London and NYC design studio – admired for its sophisticated, timeless designs found in homes, hotels, restaurants and bars all over the world – dropped its first collection of furniture, lighting and objects this summer and now has a shop in Mayfair. Of the collection, we really rate the Cosmo Lamp in solid silver embellished with nine ruby cabochons and Schurmann, a table lamp with a hand-formed glass base.



Guerlain at Raffles London at The OWO

One of the centrepieces at newly launched Raffles London at The OWO is its state-of-the-art Guerlain Spa. Spanning 2,500sq m over four floors, it was designed by Goddard Littlefair and offers an impressive range of facilities and services to provide guests with a truly indulgent spa experience. These include a cutting-edge gym and movement studio, a 20m swimming pool surrounded by luxurious loungers, a vitality pool, and steam and sauna rooms. Nine beautiful treatment suites are also available, including three spacious VIP Spa Suites and L’Atelier Guerlain, a private beauty and hair treatment space.



8 Holland Street Townhouse

Founded by Tobias Vernon, 8 Holland Street in Bath is one of the best gallery space and design studios in the country. Now, Tobias has launched 8 Holland Street Townhouse, a striking space above the shop with three exceptionally appointed bedroom suites, an Eames-filled kitchen for breakfasts and a beautiful communal drawing room. Over its three floors of original Georgian architecture, you’ll find expertly curated furniture, original artwork and textiles with contemporary design elements: think art from Alexander Calder, Elisabeth Frink and Zach Zono and design details by Mario Bellini, Josef Frank and Vivai del Sud. Best of all, the collection is always evolving, making each stay a little bit different.



Otiumberg X Ruuby

Otiumberg has partnered with Ruuby, the UK’s premium beauty concierge, with the team now exclusively offering Otiumberg’s solid gold Threaded Stud Collection for at-home piercings. The only on-demand piercing service direct-to-door in London, the team can do earlobe and ear cartilage piercings. The service costs £81 for up to three piercings (plus the cost of the jewellery), with additional piercings charged at £27 each. The collection comprises a beautiful selection of delicate and understated 14 karat solid gold studs – with emerald and diamond adornments, as well as more minimal yellow gold designs.



Reformation x Camille Rowe

This month sees fashion favourite Reformation and French model Camille Rowe come together to create a capsule wardrobe of autumn/winter essentials that are designed to work day-to-night or night-to-day. Bringing that covetable French je ne sais quoi to an array of Reformation pieces, the collection includes slip dresses, menswear-inspired separates, recyclable denim and tees – some inspired by pieces Camille bought from the brand in its early days.


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