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Shop the post: Summer at Sunspel



Rosie McGuinness x Sunspel collab

Loving Sunspel’s work at the moment. The knitwear has been on point for several seasons and they’re upping their collaboration game in a delightful way. Here are two great menswear collabs on my radar…

Sunspel x Casely-Hayford is the tailoring love-in we never knew we wanted (below) (more…)



Camille Miceli’s dopamine-drenched collection for Emilio Pucci has dropped



Pucci by Camille Miceli aw22

Emilio Pucci has just landed in its latest guise envisioned by new artistic director Camille Miceli.

Launched with a series of ‘activations’ in Capri to cement its legacy as a lifestyle brand, the see-now-buy-now collection’s dolce vita vibe gels well with the opening up of travel and tourism. ““It has to be about enjoying life, especially after all we’ve gone through,” Miceli told Vogue. (more…)



Smile, it’s The North Face x Online Ceramics collab



The North Face x Online Ceramics

Fretting about all this Y2K (the decade that taste forgot) revival malarky? Don’t panic! Just do what I do and regress even further – to all things 70s, Grateful Dead and Whole Earth Catalog.

I’m digging this The North Face x Online Ceramics collaboration (disclosure: yes, I too thought it was a ceramics brand – lol), which features The North Face gorpcore sweats, outerwear and accessories with Online Ceramics’ retro peace-out graphics. (more…)



Business of beauty: Ami Colé for melanin-rich skinimalists



Ami Cole Skin-enhancing Tint

New on my radar: Ami Colé. This beauty brand caught my eye a few weeks ago on Violet Grey*, first for its clean branding and packaging, followed by the subtly enhancing products – tinted moisturisers*, barely-there highlighter* and non-ashy loose powders in a spectrum of inclusive shades.

Founded by New Yorker Diarrha N’Diaye-Mbaye, it’s a far cry from the matte full coverage and ‘baked’ concealer aesthetic of recent years and sits somewhere between Glossier’s barely-there look and the gentle 90s glamour of Naomi Campbell (or what TikTok calls ‘UK Black Girl Make-up‘. (more…)