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Shopping: Striped Sweaters & Perfect Totes


Shopping: Striped Sweaters & Perfect Totes

Leather & Lace, studded ankle boots and a dash of leopard, nautical Stripes & Perfect Totes — here are a few favourite things on our shopping list for these bright October days . . . 

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Belgrave Crescent | Tuscany Tote

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Still in Love with the Sporty Chic Aesthetic

WHEN LOCKDOWN BEGAN five months ago, was already beginning to commit less days to wearing full make-up, especially on days where there were no outside appointments. If I needed to run errands, would simply wear dark oversized sunglasses and call it a day. As the months wore on, I was not only wearing makeup less and less, but had also done away with proper clothes and living in sweatshirts and sweatpants.

Our Paris Editor’s 6 Favourite Summer Hair Masks

Lately I have focused my attention towards my hair because I felt it dryer than normal and more damaged―partly because of the fact that it’s been a hotter summer than normal, and partly because of the chlorine water of the pool and the salty water from the sea.

News 08.12.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

I must have been about four when we drove to buy a dog. The day is now only a haze of Sunday afternoon impressions of rain and green, of the muddy track somewhere in the Stirlingshire countryside, a room, a log fire, and the two chosen puppies who would be the confidants of my growing up.

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

AWOKE ON SUNDAY morning believing that it was Monday, already in the sleepy morning cobwebs of my mind planning ambitiously, the week ahead before P let me know that it was Sunday. Immediately all thoughts of industry were forgotten and an easy, somnolent mood set back in. It’s all mindset, you see, and for some inexplicable reason, I’d lost an entire day and gained it back again just in time to fully enjoy an “extra” day of the weekend

News 08.10.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Sometimes an advertisement is so perfectly tailored to a cultural moment that it casts that moment into stark relief, which is how I felt upon first seeing an ad for the mega-best-selling writer James Patterson’s course on MasterClass a few years ago. In the ad, Patterson is sitting at a table, reciting a twisty opening line in voice-over.

Playlist 08.09.20 : Five Songs for the Weekend

In a few weeks, the Australian synth-rock veterans Cut Copy will follow up 2017’s Haiku From Zero with a new album called Freeze, Melt. Frontman Dan Whitford, now living in Copenhagen, wrote most of the new album, and he returned to Australia before the pandemic to record it with his bandmates.