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22 July 2021
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FASHION FOR HER

 

Garden State

After a year spent inside, the designers at Claudie Pierlot are heralding a season of frolicking in the great outdoors with its new range of summer clothing and accessories. The Cool Garden collection includes floral dresses, botanical-inspired prints and breezy blouses made for lazy days relaxing under the sun. Just as the design has been inspired by nature, so too has the collection’s production. Having launched its Claudie Cares initiative in 2019, a four-step commitment to becoming more sustainable, the French fashion label has begun to deliver on its promises with this new range. Look out for GOTS-certified organic cotton, FSC certified viscose and recycled wools. Claudie Pierlot, Jubilee Place

Claudie Pierlot
Claudie Pierlot

 

Green Planet

Sandro Paris has set itself some impressive sustainability goals, including pledging to make more than 60 per cent of its products eco-responsible by 2025, and ensuring 80 per cent of its suppliers are certified by the end of 2021. Big steps have already been taken with the SS21 collection. Printed silk dresses, T-shirts made using eco-responsible cotton and denim shorts produced using an environmentally-friendly wash are perfect for balmy summer evenings, while knitted twinsets, made from responsibly-sourced wool, merge a new-found love of loungewear with season-appropriate silhouettes. Sandro Paris, Jubilee Place

Sandro Paris
Sandro Paris

 

Bag It Up

From structured totes to beach-ready bags, Maje’s accessories collection offers finishing touches for your summer wardrobe. New for this season is the boxy Mini Pyramid in ecru crocodile-effect leather, and the signature M bag updated in an easy-breezy crochet design. Maje, Jubilee Place

Maje
Maje

 

Summer Lovin’

Whether you’re hoping for a holiday abroad or looking forward to spending the summer in the city, look to Zara’s SS21 collection. The new range includes maxi dresses in jewel tones, flared trousers and statement jewellery. Zara, Cabot Place

Zara
Zara

 

Second Nature

COS’s SS21 collection is all about positivity, projecting an optimistic message for the planet and its people. As part of this message, the brand is championing sustainability in a big way, from organic cottons and zero-waste knitwear sets to jewellery crafted from recycled yoghurt pots. An impressive 86 per cent of the 2021 collection has been made using sustainably sourced materials, a big step towards the brand’s end goal of 100 per cent. A new collaboration with Antwerp based brand Yuma Labs further enhances COS’s commitment to circularity with the label’s first sunglasses collection, which is crafted from 100 per cent recycled materials and can be completely recycled at the end of its life. COS, Jubilee Place

COS
COS

 

FASHION FOR HIM

 

Taste the Rainbow

Explosions of colour is the big new trend. Every primary and secondary colour you can think of has been used for Polo Ralph Lauren’s Oxford shirt collection – perfect for barbecue season. Polo Ralph Lauren, Cabot Place

Polo Ralph Lauren
Polo Ralph Lauren

 

Come Rain or Shine

The Great British summer is an unpredictable affair. One minute you’re jogging along in the sun, the next you’re being hit in the face by hail stones. So, it’s good to know that GANT has us covered. Weather the storms with a nautical-inspired Rough Weather Bag, look slick on the tennis court in a vibrant polo shirt, or head to a garden party in an Italian-crafted blazer. Just remember to pack your umbrella. GANT, Canada Place

GANT
GANT

 

Fix Up, Look Sharp

Tracksuits and gym vests are comfy, sure, but there’s nothing quite like dressing up to make you feel on top of your game. This double-breasted blazer is a friendly reminder of the top-rate tailoring we know and love from Reiss. Pair it with jeans and a denim shirt for a modern twist on an old classic. Elsewhere, the brand’s cotton textured polo shirt features a sleek press-stud neckline. Reiss, Jubilee Place

Reiss
Reiss

 

When the Pool Calls

It may only be on a staycation, but somewhere, someway, we’ll find ourselves by a swimming pool before the summer’s out. And we’ll be reaching for our favourite Orlebar Browns when we do. Artist Peter Phillips is bringing 1960s poolside vibes with his Pop Art-printed shirts. Pair them with grey swimmers or a pop of yellow. Orlebar Brown, Jubilee Place

Orlebar Brown
Orlebar Brown

 

Off-Court Classics

BOSS has created a capsule collection with Russell Athletic to bring together expert tailoring and sportswear know-how. Pastel hues deliver a relaxed look across T-shirts, jackets, joggers, trainers and caps. You can even personalise your own sweatshirt; choose from eight different colours and pick letters and numbers to adorn the back. BOSS, Cabot Place

BOSS
BOSS

Tickled Pink

You can count on Paul Smith to add colour to the season. If you’re brave enough, don these fuchsia nubuck leather trainers for a seriously elevated walk in the park. Go a step further with their collection of Van Gogh skateboards in collaboration with The Skateroom – although they’re probably less for the park and more for your wall. Paul Smith, Cabot Place

Paul Smith
Paul Smith

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