Marie Claire's edit of the best things to buy, browse and book
Allow us to introduce: hot list. Whether it’s some much-needed pampering, a quick interiors update, a cool event to book tickets for or a wardrobe refresh, here’s Marie Claire’s edit of the best ways to indulge.
Here at Marie Claire HQ we’re constantly seeking out secret sales, new brands, fun events, exclusive beauty treatments and cool coffee table books. We also love updating our home with a cool new piece of pottery, art or a delicious new candle.
We’ve rounded-up all the coolest things to do, see and buy this week. There are new store openings, new fashion brands, A-list collaborations, grooming updates and generally gorgeous and useful things to know so that your downtime is as stylish as you are.
This week we’re watching:
Cara Delevingne, the new face of the Dior Joaillerie stars in a fun video to celebrate the twentieth anniversary and Mimirose collection.
This week we’re loving:
This is your ultimate shopping list, so check in with us every week so you can hit the shops fully informed on what’s new and cool each week. Click through to see our favourite picks…
When we’re not wearing our Tabi ankle boots, we’re most likely going to be wearing these.
The captivating and emotive landscapes of August Strindberg were used as inspiration in the Acne Studios SS20 collection and even adorn several pieces, like this shirt with added waist drawstring.
We’ll be wearing these Silhouette frames we we can finally go outside.
&Daughter's inaugural dress collection is all about modern pieces designed with poetry and purpose for everyday - seven days a week. Thoughtful details enhance a signature play on volume and proportion, culminating an edit of hardworking pieces that give the wearer a feeling of elevated ease.
The luxury Italian footwear brand has collaborated with the Ethical Fashion Initiative, a UN association, to create an ethical capsule shoe collection. This collection reflects the amazing work of craftswomen based in Burquinafaso and aims to contribute to poverty reduction by supporting the creation of sustainable, decently paid jobs for these artisans and guarantee them fair labour and environmentally friendly practices.
The summer capsule tells the story of seaside holidays inspired by shibori, the age-old Japanese technique that consists in twisting and knotting fabric before dyeing it.
Marysia Dobrzanska Reeves has launched her first swim collection made from sustainable fabric, with the core pieces made using an environmentally-sustainable and ethically-produced material with the same high quality texture, quality and fit for which the designers is known.
Monocle AND Tekla…super chic and super covetable. We'll take two please.
This chic cape gown would be the perfect alternative wedding dress if a trip to Pronovias isn’t quite your thing. If sophisticated silhouettes and luxury fabrics are your thing make sure you keep an eye out for their new collection which drops at all your favourite retail spots (think Matches Fashion and NAP) in May.
Just look at this divine blouse by Shushu/Tong. Perfect for any occasion tbh.
In either black or camel, the mini Kaia is the perfect addition to any outfit.
Give yourself a deep facial massage with this handy tool by Nurse Jamie. Simply apply a few drops of serum to your face and draw the blade up and across your face.
Inspired by antique de Gournay wallpapers just look at the beautiful print.
Sports company PUMA has teamed up with the BA Fashion course at London-based design school Central Saint Martins to explore more sustainable technologies in textile manufacturing, the results of which can be seen in the new “Day Zero” collection.
Throughout the “Day Zero” collection, PUMA implements cutting edge dyeing technologies such as “Dope Dye” and digital printing, which reduce the use of chemicals and water. After being tested in the collection with Central Saint Martins, PUMA will also roll out these technologies in other parts of its product range.
For episode two of Browns’ conscious series, the store has teamed up with Hillary Taymour, the designer behind New York based Collina Strada, who makes sustainable fashion fun.
The collab includes a documentary behind the scenes of her SS20 show and her focuses around sustainability.
Danish brand GANNI launches a new special drop entitled COSMIC WORLD, available exclusively in-stores and online, with prices starting from £115. The exclusive 14 piece collection includes different silhouettes of tops, skirts, dresses, shorts and cowboy boots - fabrics feature printed dotted cotton, coloured leather, knitted viscose, floral mesh and pleated recycled polyester.
The Danish brand creates beautiful fashion-forward footwear – yes, even stilettos – that doesn’t just look good, they is actually, genuinely more comfortable to wear. Really. We’re loving the Darling shoes.
The transformative powers of a bath cannot be beaten. It’s the only time of the day FOR YOU and can either set you up for the day or give you some ease after a stressful one.
We’re championing Aromatherapy Associates as our go-to bath oil. Add a few drops of this Revive Morning Bath and Shower Oil to your morning routine, breath in and get ready to slay your day!