My Little Black Book of monthly recommendations.
I’ve just returned from a quick holiday in the Chianti region, and the weather (thankfully) was glorious, so I wore my brightest blue cotton shorts and a crisp white shirt.
We’re launching our Superdry + Timothy Everest collection in Hong Kong next week, so pay the Bauhaus store a visit if you can.
At the London Design Festival, which is running a range of events this month.
I’ve heard great things about the new Tom Ford shop in Sloane Street.
I’m travelling to Japan 19th – 24th September to launch our new season collection out there with a series of trunk shows. More on that soon…
There’s a brilliant selection of pop-up restaurants around London for the DesignJunction festival.
Newly opened Chotto Matte.
The Meatopia festival.
The Kitchen Clinic pop up looks good.
The Anchor & Hope has been highly recommended.
Manger restaurant, Paris.
We had a fantastic meal at Osteria Le Panzanelle in Chianti on our holiday.
And I can also recommend Osteria Alla Piazza.
The Monocle Cafe for a pared-down, relaxed espresso.
The Old Spot, my new favourite in Somerset.
Colonial Common pop up whisky & bourbon bar in Shoreditch, 14-22nd September.
Monsieur Bleu in Paris, for a quick…
It’s time again for London Fashion Week.
The London Design Festival.
I’m looking forward to visiting the Visions of the Universe exhibition at the National Maritime Museum.
Poster Art of the Underground exhibition.
I can’t wait for the Goodwood Revival!
The Gentleman of Bacongo.
Raf Simons by Terry Jones.
The Impossible Collection of Cars by Dan Neil.
Lanvin Anniversary by Alber Elbaz.
Drive Style by Horst Friedricks, ready for Goodwood
The History of Tweed on the Gentleman’s Gazette.
Twenty Feet From Stardom:
La Dolce Vita, being reminded just how good Fellini is:
Kathy Dalwood’s Sculpture Series: