Tier 2 restrictions aside, we’re not in total lockdown yet. So what are you wearing for your outdoor dining experience? According to WSJ (pay wall) it’s all about the dinner blanket. Aka dress-up capes, blankets, and shawls for keeping you warm for the winter alfresco season. Should be interesting…
Chloe, Burberry and Joseph are ahead of the curve already; blanket-style dressing has been a mainstay of those brands for aeons. New to the fold is Aessai (above, a play on ‘essay’) founded by Argentinian designer Rebecca Kramer. Her all-enveloping blankets, shawls and ponchos are made from heavyweight blends of extra-fine merino wool and alpaca (more…)
I never got on board with athleisure. Firstly, I hate formal exercise and secondly, I can’t stand leggings. Or any stretchy, clingy, overly form-fitting garb. So I let Lululemon, Sweaty Betty and their ilk pass me by. (Nike is different. Don’t ask me why.)
But there’s another health-style hybrid that’s snuck up on me and this one seems to have more appeal. It’s wellness-wear. So the stuff you wear for meditation, or hanging out apres-asanas on your yoga retreat. (more…)
The new issue of A Magazine Curated By looks pretty nice. Entitled Femininities, it’s edited by Chloe’s Natacha Ramsay-Levi (each issue has a different guest editor) and features an ethereal technicolour fashion shoot by the brilliant Gareth McConnell, alongside poetry, literature and journal entries from Ramsay-Levi and Chloe founder Gaby Aghion.
It’s just landed at Dover Street Market and Idea Books (£13).
WORDS: Disneyrollergirl / Navaz Batliwalla
IMAGE: Gareth McConnell/ A Magazine Curated By
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