Everything Georgie Is Loving This Season
Everything Georgie Is Loving This Season

Everything Georgie Is Loving This Season

From what's on her fashion and beauty wish lists to the books and shows that have made it onto her radar, here's everything Georgie is loving right now.

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Color Standard Essentials is my new discovery. Its grey sweatshirts, tank tops and boxer-style shorts are all a massive yes from me – plus, they're super reasonable.

I wore Dima Ayad to our dinner in Jeddah and will be floating around Croatia in her pieces this summer as well. It's the bestselling Middle Eastern brand on NET-A-PORTER right now, and it's not hard to see why. This dress is a stunner.

Heavenly has launched button-back lab-grown diamond earrings. I'm living in mine.

I now own an Hermès Apple Watch. My husband swears by his, and once I saw the double-wrap strap, it was a yes from me and the face has a Hermès logo on it too.

This year, I've lived in Almada knit tops – halternecks, spaghetti straps and strapless. They're so versatile, and great under a blazer or an open shirt.

Heist is not new – it was initially backed by Natalie Massenet – but the  strapless bras are a new discovery for me. I’ve yet to find something that stays up this well – essential at this time of year.


In recent months, I've had a series of medical checks. Dr. Lucy Coyne at the Coyne Clinic offers it all – so I had it all: mammogram, blood tests, stool test, cancer tests... I've also had a couple more moles removed. It was quick and easy at the The Mole Clinic.

Nutrition-wise, the lovely Lucy Miller is a friend and knows how frantic my life is! She made me fill out a very long questionnaire and based on my answers, organised a selection of supplements, including the Terranova Life Drink. Apparently, it's iconic – vitamins, minerals, probiotics, algae and greens, with great anti-inflammatory benefits.

I've recently discovered the hair stylist Charlotte Cave. She has years of industry experience and a salon opposite our offices in Clapham Old Town. Not sure how it took me until now, but if you live nearby, now you know too.

Fragrance-wise, the Middle East is rubbing off on me. Amouage is quite literally a gift from the Omani kings. Love Delight is its newest, and it’s just that (with notes of ginger, mandarin, rose, and jasmine).



I'd like to give a shout-out to F&P Travel. Full disclosure – it was a Luxe & Co client when they rebranded but it has booked all our family travel in the last year or two and has been brilliant. From skiing to summer road trips, the team handle every detail via its concierge service, nothing is too much trouble and it caters to all budgets.

I'm also off to Glastonbury for the first time next week. We're doing it in style, so it may well be the last – not sure where you go after Camp Kerala – but I can't wait, especially now I have a Rosa Bloom jumpsuit to wear.


I recently saw The Hills of California. I couldn't have loved it more – I laughed, I cried, and thoroughly enjoyed every captivating minute.

A show worth watching is Becoming Karl Lagerfeld. I'm not sure how close to the truth it is, but it made a flight to Dubai with no Wi-Fi pass in a flash.

Book-wise, I’m reading Diva by Daisy Goodwin and The Prison Officer by Gen Glaister. I wanted to work in the prison service when I was younger, so this was of particular interest. It's an easy read and fascinating. I recommend it.

On the food front, At Sloane might not be London's best-kept secret (its tagline) for much longer. From the team behind Hotel Costes in Paris, it has a chic and sexy vibe, and I loved it.



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