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Stephen Webster teams up with punk poet John Cooper Clarke

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Stephen Webster

Stephen Webster

Stephen Webster

The British jeweller Stephen Webster has collaborated with the punk poet John Cooper Clarke on a collection inspired by the writer’s famous poem, I Wanna Be Yours, in which everyday objects are used for declarations of love and devotion. The result is a capsule collection of pendants, all handcrafted in 18-karat gold, featuring one-liner extracts etched in coloured enamels – such as “I wanna be your coffee pot / You call the shots.” The pendants can be spun to feature an A and B side, much like a vinyl record, and are suspended from a fob chain. With eight different versions available, the collection is a playful fusion of humour, British culture and love – just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Victoria Beckham x Breitling

Victoria Beckham x Breitling

Victoria Beckham x Breitling

Victoria Beckham has co-designed a line of timepieces with the Swiss luxury watchmaker Breitling. The limited collection takes a Breitling classic, the Chronomat, and sees it reworked with Beckham’s signature approach to style, featuring colours inspired by her spring/summer 2024 collection – from an uplifting peppermint green, to an elegant navy and a chic dove grey – in a choice of stainless steel or yellow gold case. Only 1500 watches from the one-of-a-kind collaboration will be produced, so those in the market for one should move quickly.

Mejuri

Mejuri

Contemporary jewellery brand Mejuri has just popped up at Selfridges for a limited time, with a boutique space showcasing some of its most popular pieces. The label operates on the belief that jewellery is the best form of self-love – with covetable designs spanning rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings. The pop-up will also feature two exclusive styles from the new ‘Puffy Charlotte’ collection, only available at Selfridges.

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Toteme

Toteme

Toteme – fashion’s favourite laidback label – has just teamed up with Net-a-Porter on a capsule collection of 36 pieces which all put a very luxurious spin on athleisure. Could anything be more perfect for January shopping? This belted shearling coat is our favourite piece in the edit, but there is also plenty of cashmere knitwear, joggers and tees. Shop it all here.

Marina Raphael

Marina Raphael

Contemporary accessories designer Marina Raphael is the latest to join forces with the Swarovski Creators Lab – the result being this glittering crystallised handbag, launched specially for Valentine’s Day. The dazzling design, which is also available in a charming candyfloss pink and a sweet baby blue, was created to celebrate love in all its forms – to have and to hold forever.

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton has revived two of its most beloved monogram styles, the Monogram Vernis collection (which debuted in 2000) and the Monogram Denim (which first arrived in 2005). There are also new silhouettes in the collection: you will find the Croissant, the Twist and even the Twist Little – a chic, compact size that bridges day-to-evening. Shop the whole collection here.

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Damson Madder

Damson Madder

It is likely that you’ve come across the Danish brand Damson Madder on Instagram, where it has amassed more than a few fashionable fans. The label has just launched its spring edit, which will have you looking forward to some warmer weather. The drop features plenty of key transitional pieces including patterned midi dresses and ruffled shirts, as well as this statement gilet, which is reversible.

Michael Kors

Michael Kors

Just in time for your New Year wardrobe refresh, Michael Kors has launched a new handbag, which is perfect for day to day. The style – which is named the Tribeca, after the New York neighbourhood – comes in various playful colours, as well as more classic hues and even some party-appropriate metallics.

Bulgari

Bulgari

Bulgari is celebrating 15 years of partnering with Save the Children. Since first joining forces in 2009, the luxury Italian jewellery brand and the UK-based charity have raised more than 100 million dollars for the world’s most vulnerable children (across 37 different countries), providing quality education, youth empowerment and emergency response, and helping in the fight against poverty. For 2024, Bulgari has designed this new sterling silver pendant necklace as part of the #withmewithyou campaign, fronted by Anne Hathaway – proceeds from the sales of which will go towards the charity.

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Bevza

Bevza

Ukrainian label Bevza has today launched handbags for the very first time. The collection features five styles – our favourite of which is this beautiful shoulder bag in a geometric shape. It comes in black and white, both featuring statement gold hardware.

Underdays

Underdays

Created by two ex-Farfetch employees, Underdays is fast becoming known as the brand to go to for comfortable undies. So, if you’re in the market for some new pieces, we suggest you check out label’s immersive pop-up at Selfridges called ‘The Body Studio’, where you will be able to find the whole collection of briefs, thongs, tank tops and more.

Paula Rowan

Paula Rowan

As the temperature drops, it might be time to invest in a new pair of gloves – and Paula Rowan’s pieces have just landed in Selfridges for the first time. With gloves spanning from the classic to the more dramatic, her handiwork (pardon the pun) was featured throughout The House of Gucci film and subsequently found a fan in Lady Gaga. They also feel as good as they look: most of the styles are lined in cashmere or silk for added comfort and warmth.

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Giorgio Armani

Giorgio Armani

Giorgio Armani has released a sleek – and very desirable – collection of unisex clothing. In keeping with the brand’s relaxed approach to tailoring, the capsule features classic and oversized suits, cashmere coats, shirts and knitwear, all in a soothing neutral colour palette. The designs, which first launched exclusively in Selfridge’s before going into Armani boutiques, reflect Giorgio Armani’s modern notion of gender-fluidity, which has been evident through collections since the brand’s inception.

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen has just launched a new shoe family, called The Armadillo, which features strappy sandals, boots, mules and pumps all with the recognisable silhouette that was first seen in the designer’s 2010 Plato’s Atlantis collection. Reinvented for 2023, and perfect for party season, is this statement pair of silver silver sandals.

Toteme

Toteme

Fashion-editor favourite Toteme has just launched jewellery for the first time. The sleek collection blends the brand’s signature Scandinavian minimalism with bold, architectural design – across both fine and contemporary categories – spanning rings, bracelets, necklaces and hoop earrings. Each piece is crafted from sustainable materials, and is available to buy online and in store from 18 November.

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Prada

Prada

Farfetch is spotlighting its partywear selection ahead of the festive season with a fun campaign. The retailer has shot models in beautiful pieces from brands including Miu Miu, Givenchy and Jimmy Choo to highlight some of the best dancefloor-appropriate pieces of the season. We particularly love this sequinned Prada skirt, which would look great with a crisp white tee and kitten heels.

Versace

Versace

High-fashion tote bags are big business right now – and Versace’s latest offering, the Athena would make a great addition to your day-to-day wardrobe. The style comes in three different colourways (pink, black and beige) and in a number of different sizes and shapes, including a mini rectangular version.

Johnstons of Elgin

Johnstons of Elgin

Heritage cashmere brand Johnstons of Elgin has just released its latest collection entitled ‘In Pursuit of Comfort’ – and it is exactly what we are looking to wear this cosy season. Filled with jumpers, cardigans, wraps and loungewear in cashmere and merino wool, there is something for everyone to snuggle up in this winter.

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Sleeper

Sleeper

Sleeper is always an excellent place to head for party pieces, and this season is no different, especially if you have some seriously dressy events on your social calendar. Inspired by Hollywood glamour, the latest collection features this dramatic pink and black gown, as well the brand’s trademark feather-trimmed silk dresses and sets.

Ferragamo

Ferragamo

Maximilian Davis’ latest cult accessory for Ferragamo has now landed in stores: the Hug Bag. Launched as part of the AW23 collection, the bag was inspired by the craftsmanship and creativity of Florentine artisans, and is available in a number of colour and shape variations, each with Gancini closures. We particularly love this style in navy for our workwear wardrobes.

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