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Updated on: Thursday 26 May 2022

Lab Grown Diamond Tennis Bracelet

Summer is fast approaching – which means tennis season is just around the corner. And while you might be gearing up with regular trips to the tennis courts, or picking out your seats for Wimbledon, make sure you shine out from the rest of the crowd with an aptly appropriate accessory: a tennis bracelet. Kimaï’s take on the classic has been created using 18k recycled gold and lab-grown diamonds, and is bound to add a bit of sparkle to any social occasion you take it out to. You can check out more tennis bracelets in our style edit. Kimaï Lab Grown Diamond Tennis Bracelet, £4,105, kimai.com

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Lab Grown Diamond Tennis Bracelet

Kimaï Lab Grown Diamond Tennis Bracelet, £4,105, kimai.com

Summer is fast approaching – which means tennis season is just around the corner. And while you might be gearing up with regular trips to the tennis courts, or picking out your seats for Wimbledon, make sure you shine out from the rest of the crowd with an aptly appropriate accessory: a tennis bracelet. Kimaï’s take on the classic has been created using 18k recycled gold and lab-grown diamonds, and is bound to add a bit of sparkle to any social occasion you take it out to. You can check out more tennis bracelets in our style edit.

Feather Marble Maroon Rug by Mary Katrantzou The Rug Company

The Rug Company Feather Marble Maroon Rug by Mary Katrantzou, £4,912, therugcompany.com

If we’re honest with ourselves when we think of our perfect bedroom — a rug rarely is front of mind, or sometimes it barely even makes a footnote. Investing in a beautiful rug is like buying socks for your wardrobe. But this is a woeful mistake: because investing in a beautiful rug is like buying socks for your wardrobe. Make the investment once, and you’ll have it and cherish it forever in ultimate comfort and joy. This one from The Rug Company is for those looking for the ultimate jaw-dropping aesthetic statement for their room. Often collaborating with artists (their latest collaboration with Mary Katrantzou is our favourite, as well as Alexander McQueen), The Rug Company is your go to for designer rug browsing.

Red 'God Save The Queen' T Shirt

FUND ‘God Save The Queen’ Red T-Shirt, £65, fundjumpers.com

With mere days until the jubilee celebration of a lifetime, the UK well and truly has Queen-fever. To mark the occasion, British jumper brand FUND has launched its first collection of t-shirts, each featuring an embroidered slogan (naturally, our favourite is ‘God Save The Queen’). The t-shirts are embroidered and hand finished in England using British spun yarns, and 20 per cent of all profits help fund school meals for children living in poverty.

Blue sunny earrings

SORU Nox Earrings, £220, sorujewellery.com

Looking to make a statement? Start with your ears. SORU’s Nox earrings (named after the Roman goddess of the night) feature chunky white marbled blue sodalite gemstones with mini pearl surrounds and a pearl embellished pin, creating a sun-shaped frame around the inky blue stones that is both elegant yet funky.

Foundation in a glass tube

Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation, £30, fentybeauty.com

When it comes to finding the ideal foundation shade, the last thing we want is limited options. While historically the beauty industry has done little to include darker skin types, in recent years we’ve started to see brands creating a more diverse palette of shades for us to choose from. Leading the way is Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty, which offers customers a choice of 50 shades (and counting) for its Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation. If you’re stuck for choice, you can ask the team at Fenty Beauty through virtual consultations to help you find the right one for you.

Emma Bridgewater Platinum Jubilee Mugs

Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 1/2 Pint Mug, £22, Emma Bridgewater, emmabridgewater.co.uk

In case you haven’t noticed (very unlikely), it’s only a matter of days until the jubilee bank holiday is upon us. Get into the swing of things with your very own Platinum Jubilee Street Party: think cakes, fizz and – most importantly – décor. A table is only a table until it’s decked out in tablecloths, bunting and kitschy crockery, after all. Have you cuppa in one of Emma Bridgewater’s limited edition jubilee  mugs, decorated in colourful stamps depicting the crown, unicorn and lion. Ideal for tablescaping, and even better for a brew.

Platinum Jubilee Cuvée x Moët Impérial on table with glasses and bunting in the background

Moët & Chandon Platinum Jubilee Cuvée x Moët Impérial (75cl), £43, clos19.com

Celebrating Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, world-renowned champagne house Moët & Chandon has released two limited edition cuvée bottles: Moët Impérial and Rosé Imperial. This special edition run of bottle feature labels inscribed with the message, ‘Proud to present this special cuvée to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty The Queen’. Moët & Chandon were granted a royal warrant back in 1893 by Queen Victoria, and has been celebration milestones with the royal family ever since. For a celebration fit for royalty, look no further.

Pink handbag with woven handles

Shrimps Donna Bag in Summer Print, £295, shrimps.com

Shrimps is welcoming the new season with a tropical-inspired collection of clothing and accessories. Exploring a colour palette of soft pink with subtle hints of green, yellow and cream, the collection features a quirky print that acts as an illustrative interpretation of a vintage travel postcard. One of the highlights of the collection is the Donna Bag, which is made from 100 per cent organic cotton twill, with woven raffia handles decorated with glass pearl beads. Let summer begin.

Pendant with a dove symbol

Monica Vinader Peaceful Dove Pendant Charm, £70, monicavinader.com

From Wednesday 11 May to Tuesday 17 May, British jeweller Monica Vinader is hosting a fundraiser in aid of Choose Love’s work to support refugees from Ukraine and around the world. During this time, all profits from sales of the Peaceful Dove Pendant Charm will be donated to Choose Love. Featuring the universal symbol for peace, the pendant charm will help provide crucial humanitarian aid to those in need. As with all of the brands other pieces, the charm has been made sustainably using 100 per cent recycled 18ct. gold vermeil and sterling silver.

woman wearing cream long ruffled dress on a rock in australian countryside, cottagecore

R.M.Williams Mallala Bow Neck Dress in cream, £280, rmwilliams.com

Australian brand R.M.Williams has launched its Spring Summer assets collection, featuring a stunning range of clothing, boots and accessories. And this cream dress is both stylish and sophisticated – think Kate Middleton meets cottagecore. You can dress it up or down, so it’s perfect for both formal occasions and casual dos; pair it with some boots and it’ll be your outfit of the summer.

Soleil Vibrant Lalique perfume

Soleil Vibrant, £72 for 50ml Eau de Parfum, lalique.com

Promising to give you an summer-day worthy endorphin boost and leave you smelling as sweet as sun-kissed skin, Lalique’s new scent, Soleil Vibrant, is the ultimate summer scent. A  sensual sensation, it combines smells of spice, jasmine and saffron, and milky woods.

Candlesticks with male busts

Ginori 1735 Il Letterato Collection Scenting Totems, £275 each, harrods.com

Italian designer Luca Nichetto has reimagined the classic candelabra for Ginori 1735’s new Il Letterato Collection. Combining art and fragrance, the scenting totems are based on the symbolic character of the scholar, taken from the court and entourage of Caterina di Medici. Split into three totems and fragrances, the candles represent ‘a symbolic sensory journey, between places and traditions, linking Florence and Paris’. Think citrussy orange blossom, floral notes from the Tuscan hills and finally nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon.

Pink perfume bottle

Miss Dior Rose Essence, £136, dior.com

Dior is known for its iconic fragrances, and its latest is a limited edition scent that works with yearly harvests to create a unique perfume vintage. Miss Dior Rose Essence was created using the entire May rose harvest from the Domaine de Manon, from which its Centifolia rose water creates a refreshing base. You can also expect notes of vetiver, patchouli and guaiac.

Platinum Jubilee decanter and tumbler set

Asprey Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Decanter Set, £15,000, asprey.com

Are you Jubilee ready? To mark 70 years of Her Majesty’s reign, Asprey has created a limited edition of 20 decanter sets inspired by the Queen’s love of horses. Each decanter is handmade and hand-etched, featuring five British horse breeds owned by Her Majesty and kept at the royal residences. The set also comes with two tumblers with hand-painted platinum rims, all of which are presented in a purple display case decorated with the official Jubilee emblem. The first set will be presented to the Queen herself, but you can still bag yourself one of these commemorative pieces via stores and the brand’s website.

Jams lined up on white background

Annabel’s Deliciously British Set of Four Jams, £17.50, annabelsdeliciouslybritish.co.uk

Picnic season is upon us, and what better load your basket with than jams and chutneys? Annabel’s Deliciously British grows premium strawberries from founder Annabel Makin-Jones’ farm in Yorkshire, supplying retailers and restaurants across the country. The brand has a zero-waste policy, meaning that any imperfect fruits are used to make tasty jams and drinks that are 100 per cent British. Scone, anyone?

Floral embroidered foot stool

Ian Snow Embroidered Roses Pale Blue Cotton & Iron Foot Stool, £85, iansnow.com

Devon based interiors label Ian Snow champions traditional craftsmanship and handmade products. This season, the brand has curated a selection of furniture and decorative pieces that feature vibrant colours, unique patterns and textures – think embroidered bees, tufted bedspreads and, of course, flowers on flowers for spring.

Bottle of Coachbuilt Whisky on a white table

Coachbuilt Whisky, £42, coachbuiltwhisky.com

Launched by whisky expert George Koutsakis and F1 champion Jenson Button, Coachbuilt brings together flavours from all five regions of Scotland to create its signature scotch. A full-bodied drink, expect notes of summer fruits and subtle spice, followed by toffee, chocolate and a touch of citrus. The finish is long and soft, with fruit, toffee and a hint of smoke leading the way. Speaking on the beginnings of Coachbuilt, George Koutsakis commented: ‘Coachbuilt began from a realization that blended Scotch whisky does not receive the praise it deserves worldwide. With our whisky we cast the spotlight on the immense skill required to takes components from dozens of distilleries across the country, and piece them together, to create a liquid defined by balance and complexity. From sourcing liquid from each region of Scotch Whisky, to the final touch added by the sherry cask finish, craftsmanship is the core of our blend.’

Yellow bodysuit

Dora Larsen Mollie Organic Cotton Underwire Bodysuit, £84, doralarsen.com

In celebration of Earth Day 2022, lingerie and sleepwear brand Dora Larsen will be donating all of its profits over the weekend to DIRT. A charity organisation founded by model and activist Arizona Muse, was built on the belief that soil regeneration is one of the most important actions to be taken in the face of climate change. By promoting Biodynamic Farming across its platforms, DIRT hopes to guide moderns farms towards reparative methods of production.

White t-shirt with colourful print design on front

Lefty Out There & Maddox Gallery x Petra’s Place charity T-Shirt, £25, petraecclestonefoundation.com

To commemorate World Autism Month, Maddox Gallery’s current exhibiting artist, Lefty Out There, recently held an art therapy session with children at Petra’s Place nursery and therapy centre. Together, children and artist created an artwork that now hangs proudly in Petra’s Place. The design has also been used to create a series of merchandise, from t-shirts and tote bags to cups and hoodies, to raise awareness of autism and the positive effects of art therapy. Proceeds from the merchandise will support the work done at Petra’s Place.

Light green backpack

The Cambridge Satchel Co. The Poppy Backpack in Aloe, £165, cambridgesatchel.com

Spring is well and truly here, and we’re welcoming it with open arms. Keep up with the season’s latest trends with a little wardrobe update, courtesy of The Cambridge Satchel Co.’s SS22 collections. The new collection comes in a myriad of pastel shades, from cream and grape to a Gen Z favourite sage green. The Poppy Backpack sits in the space between chic and functional, with adjustable straps, a reinforced handle and a pop of colour perfect for the warm weather.

Blue Urchin Pendant

Clio Saskia Blue Urchin Pendant, £1,195, cliosaskia.co.uk

Shimmer in the sunshine with London-based jewellery brand Clio Saskia, which makes its pieces using recycled precious metals and fully traceable, Fair-trade gemstones. Our pick? The beautifully delicate Blue Urchin Pendant. A one-of-a-kind piece, the pendant sits on a fine hayseed chain and features a blue sapphire from the Gemfields in Queensland, Australia, which was mined by brand founder Clio Saskia herself in 2016.

Hunter Women's Killing Eve Tall Chasing Boots

Hunter Women’s Killing Eve Tall Chasing Boots, £295, hunterboots.com

Eagle-eyed Killing Eve fans may have spotted Villanelle wearing the new limited-edition Hunter boots, which were inspired by the bold spirit of the show. There are two new designs in the Hunter x Killing Eve capsule – pictured above is the pair worn by Jodie Comer: The Chasing, a knee-high style in brown, hand-crafted from water-resistant Stetson leather and waterproof natural rubber.

Commando Faux stretch-leather track pants

Commando Faux stretch-leather track pants in sand, £140, net-a-porter.com

Seeking chic casuals for your spring wardrobe? Commando’s new faux leather joggers present the perfect all-day staple: where them in the day with a cardigan and white trainers and then dress them up for the evening with a bodysuit and heels. Available in sand (a neutral shade ideal for the warmer weather), these joggers will turn heads for all the right reasons.

Purple lace bra and knicker set on model

Commando Butter + Lace Bralette in Wisteria, £55.01, wearcommando.comButter + Lace Hipster in Wisteria, £35.15, wearcommando.com

Planning the big day? With wedding bells ringing, the spring sun shining and Covid restrictions relaxed, now’s the time to get all of your wedding preparations underway. You may have already picked out the perfect dress, but do you have something just as dreamy to go under it? Commando’s Butter + Lace lingerie set, which comes in shades of purple, white and black, features a sheer, geometric lace that is both sexy and delicate. Ultra-soft and stylish, this is a set you’ll want to wear through the day (and night). If you’re looking for more lingerie inspiration, see our roundup here.

Marina Raphael x Caroline Constas Cabana Bag in White Printed Napa

Marina Raphael x Caroline Constas Cabana Bag in White Printed Napa, €525, marinaraphael.com

Have you stepped into the world of Regencycore yet? Inspired by the regal patterns, elegant silhouettes and pastel hues of the Regency era, made popular by Netflix’s Bridgerton, this style aesthetic is dominating the world right now. Joining the trend are Marina Raphael and Caroline Constas, whose recent summer collaboration brings together classical Grecian influences and patterns to create a Mediterrean-infused collection that would look right at home in the nineteenth century. With this on your arm, you’ll surely be the talk of the ton.

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