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Celine’s La Collection De Saint-Tropez
Another reason to love Celine – the brand's latest capsule is dedicated to the nonchalant vibes of Saint-Tropez. The collection features the likes of the Triomphe mules in gold calfskin, a billowy silk lamé dress and a floral guipure lace jacket – there’s everything from oversized striped shirts to utility dresses and iconic bags to choose from. Quiet luxury never looked so good.
THE ANNIVERSARY TRIP:
Nepal by The Ultimate Travel Company
The Ultimate Travel Company is celebrating its 20-year anniversary with a ‘Back to Where it all Began’ trip across Nepal. This 15-day itinerary includes local lodges as well as new hotels and less explored parts of Nepal. The trip includes return flights to Kathmandu and stays at some of the country’s best boutique hotels. Guests can also sign up to river safaris, jeep safaris, visits to organic farms, mountain treks, horse riding, rock climbing, cycling, archery, hiking, helicopter tours and Tibetan wellness experiences. One of the highlights is a five-night stay at the newly opened Shinta Man Mustang Lodge which has incredible views of one of the most remote regions in the world.
THE FURNITURE LAUNCH:
Stefano Pilati at Invisible Collection
Invisible Collection in Marylebone is only available to visit by appointment – with all pieces on show available to purchase exclusively. Housing a selection of unique and exceptional furniture and collectable pieces from an esteemed roster of contemporary design names, visitors will discover an experiential setting that mirrors Invisible Collection’s eclectic ethos. The venue has opened a new cinematic exhibition featuring a range of luxury designers – as well as pieces by Italian fashion designer Stefano Pilati. In addition to armchairs, side tables and contemporary lamps, the most striking piece is the draped armchair made from woven bronze and with couture-like details.
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THE LIMITED-EDITION LIPSTICKS:
Hermès Rouge Hermès SS23
Hermès’s latest beauty launch introduces three new ultra-summery limited edition shades to the existing Rouge Hermès Lipstick Collection. Designed by Pierre Hardy – creator of Beauty objects and creative director of Hermès shoes and jewellery, it introduces a theme of stripes. The brand explains that the lipsticks aim to evoke a seaside-centric feel – imagine deck chairs and a sunny colour-scheme. When it comes to formula, they glide on with ease, and maintain a glossy shine with warm, sun-kissed undertones. A fitting addition to your spring/summer make-up kit – we expect they’ll fast become a year-round staple.
THE WELLNESS DESTINATION:
Set to open later this year, Siros is the new destination in the Middle East offering workout programmes created by some of the world’s top athletes. The main draw is the state-of-the-art fitness club spread across two floors with a large gym and yoga space. As well as cardio stations, there will also be free weights zones and studios for HIIT, cycling, boxing and Pilates. Guests can train using programmes created by Olympic British-Somalian Boxer Ramla Ali, Olympic gold medallist swimmer Adam Peaty, and AC Milan Football Club. Afterwards, relax in sound-proofed ‘recovery cocoon’ bedrooms that come with thermoregulation mattresses and dedicated sleep rituals.
THE TRAVELLING SPA:
Dior Beauty x Belmond
Following the arrival of Dior’s new spa at the beautiful Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc, Dior Beauty has teamed up with Belmond to create a spa carriage aboard its Royal Scotsman train. This summer, guests can travel through the Scottish Highlands and indulge in spa treatments in a carriage dedicated to wellness and covered in the brand’s famous burgundy Toile de Jouy. Inspired by Christian Dior’s love of Scotland, there will be a bespoke wellbeing menu on board offering three tailor-made treatments. Choose from the D-Elements full body treatment which includes products inspired by the Scottish landscape; the D-Travel body massage to relax and unwind; and the D-Highlands sculpting facial.
Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty at The Met
Following its annual Gala Ball on 1st May, The Met will open an exhibition on the late Karl Lagerfeld. Focusing on the designer’s style as expressed in aesthetic themes that appear time and again in his designs from the 1950s to his final collection in 2019, the show will spotlight the German-born designer’s unique methodology. Nearly all of the 150 pieces on display will be accompanied by Lagerfeld’s sketches, which demonstrate his complex creative process and the collaborative relationships with his head seamstresses. Expect to see some of his most celebrated designs for Balmain, Patou, Chloé, Fendi, Chanel, and his eponymous label.
THE MEMBERS OPENING:
The Club by Bamford
Carole Bamford has opened an exclusive members club on Daylesford’s farm. The Club by Bamford will help you escape city life with high-tech wellness experiences in a relaxed and serene setting. The venue has a ‘Spartan Gym’ which overlooks the Cotswolds countryside with smart equipment; a studio for high-octane spinning and other classes like yoga, reformer Pilates and sound healing; a fitness and padel court; a 25m indoor pool made from recycled stainless-steel; a spa with a sauna, steam room, experience shower, ice barrels, indoor ice bath, outdoor infra-red sauna and heated outdoor plunge pool; cryotherapy and red-light therapy rooms; and an all-day restaurant. It's also collaborated with Effect Doctors to provide everything from intravenous infusions to blood testing.
THE FASHION COLLABORATION:
Chloé X Eres
French fashion house Chloé and swimwear brand Eres have joined forces to create an exclusive new capsule collection perfect for summer escapes. Chloé’s creative director Gabriela Hearst chose to team up with Eres and its creative director Marie-Paule Minchelli to create a range of beachwear essentials spanning a minimalist palette of black, white and neutrals, with ready-to-wear, bags, shoes, eyewear and hats all inspired by house signatures like broderie anglaise.
THE FOODIE EXPERIENCE:
Marcus Wareing x The Berkeley
The Berkeley hotel has teamed up with Marcus Wareing for an overnight dining experience at his eponymous restaurant. The evening includes a stay in one of the hotel’s rooms or suites, complete with Laurent Perrier on ice on arrival. Diners can then enjoy a seven-course tasting menu for two at Michelin-starred restaurant Marcus at The Berkeley, followed by a behind the-scenes-tour – with champagne – of the chef’s kitchen. The menu, developed alongside head chef Craig Johnston, will showcase the best seasonal ingredients from around the UK, including produce from Marcus’s own kitchen garden in Sussex. A signed copy of Marcus’s cookbook will be given to guests so they can create his signature recipes at home.