On the Pulse
London designer Christopher Kane has used lockdown wisely to produce one hundred paintings, some of which became striking prints for his new collection. They’re on display at his Mount Street store this week; outfits to order.
Less is more: with Fashion Weeks pared back to films and tiny shows, Eudon Choi’s London presentation features simple, elegant designs – optimistic that holidays will happen next summer.
For the first time ever, two limited-edition Dalmore Highland Scotch single malts will be available outside of the distillery. In partnership with Harrods, one-hundred bottles of the 2003 Vintage and 450 of the 2006 Vintage are on sale directly from the retailer.
A beautiful homage to watchmaking, the latest Breguet Tradition (7038) timepiece features rose gold wheels on a dark brown open base, a Tahitian mother-of-pearl dial and stylish orange strap. Available at boutiques only.
Christie’s London July 31 sale promises lots collectors should take notice of. Items on offer include a Louis Vuitton x streetstyle brand Supreme limited edition Courrier trunk, a white Himalaya crocodile Birkin bag and much more.
Barefoot Chic’s summer pop-up opens at Bicester Village: cool designs at advantageous prices in a Med-style setting. Collections include both established names (Erdem, Mary Katrantzou and Heidi Klein) and smaller brands (Teija, La Double J and Mira Mikati). Until August 30.
Nature’s ephemeral moments inspire Boucheron’s new high jewellery collection, Contemplation. Built using high-tech materials, pieces feature Aerogel encased in rock crystal and diamonds, with hair’s width titanium supporting shimmering diamonds.
Bulgari’s latest high jewellery collection, Barocko, is a tribute to Baroque Rome, as pieces include elegant emerald domes, Pope’s ring cabochons massed into glowing necklaces and big diamond chains adding the “rock”.