1. All In
Named “Le Bucket”, Saint Laurent’s take on the classic bucket bag is a rigorous study of form and precision, favouring a polished line over the more bohemian stylings of seasons past, making the list of this season’s Most Wanted.
Saint Laurent calfskin Le Bucket bag, $4,240
2. Bright Spark
Tackling the three main causes of pigmentation—oxidative stress, inflammatory micro stress and hormonal phenomena—this targeted treatment helps protect against the development of dark spots while simultaneously breaking up the melanin clusters behind existing ones.
Sisley Phyto-Blanc Targeted Dark Spot Corrector, $195
3. Sunshine Express
Sunny days ahead: Apple’s bright new hue for its iPhone 14 Plus will bring a burst of colour to your life and imbue your outfits with an uplifting shot of vibrant yellow that instantly conveys warmth and confidence.
Apple iPhone 14 Plus in Yellow, from $1,513
4. Climate Control
Taking inspiration from the hardiness of Burberry’s signature trench coat, this liquid foundation boasts the proprietary Trench Protect Technology that promises to prolong its wear for 24 hours by protecting it against water as well as climate issues such as heat and humidity.
Burberry Beyond Wear Perfecting Matte Foundation, $90
5. Now And Forever
Released some 75 years ago, Gucci’s classic Bamboo top‐handle bag has become almost a physical embodiment of the maison’s bold Italian roots. The iconic bag comes back into sharp focus now in the season’s standout hue: a crisp green that also hints at fresh starts.
Gucci leather and bamboo Bamboo 1947 mini top‐handle bag, $5,360
6. On Hallowed Ground
Tinseltown has its Hollywood sign, Ferragamo has its Gancini. The Italian luxury brand’s creative director Maximilian Davis astutely finished his sleek new leather goods for Spring/Summer 2023 with subtle Gancini closures, but his boldest use of the house icon was on the Elina sandals, where he turned the seductive symbol into a solid foundation for the Ferragamo woman.
Ferragamo nappa leather Elina sandal, $1,950
7. To a T
The ever‐versatile Tiffany T1 design gets an opulent reinterpretation, one that combines its sculptural form with a sumptuous serving of brilliant‐cut and baguette‐cut diamonds, creating an unbroken circle that radiates strength and power.
Tiffany & Co T1 necklace in white gold set with diamonds totalling 12.22 carats, $315,500
8. Crowning Glory
Two spritzes of this shine‐enhancing hair mist is all it takes to impart a scented halo of sweet orange, powdery rose and musky patchouli that will last the whole day.
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Fresh Hair Mist, $86
9. Time Machine
Hublot presents new references of the MP‐09 Tourbillon Bi‐Axis Rainbow 3D Carbon in white, purple and orange, with each colour produced in a limited run of just eight. Driven by the HUB9009.H1.RA manufacture manual‐winding tourbillon bi‐axis skeleton movement, the assertive 49mm timepiece has
a case and bezel crafted from a lightweight, torsion‐resistant material of carbon fibres arranged in a multidimensional mesh.
Hublot MP‐09 Tourbillon Bi‐Axis Purple 3D Carbon, $282,000
10. On the Line
A signature engraving technique frequently seen on Piaget’s high jewellery and watchmaking creations,
Palace Décor now makes its debut in the maison’s Possession collection, imbuing its rose gold rings of
various widths with an ornate gleam.
From top: Piaget Possession Palace Décor ring in rose gold set with a 0.02‐carat Possession‐set brilliant‐cut diamond, $3,300; Piaget Possession Palace Décor ring in rose gold set with a 0.02‐carat Possession‐set brilliant‐cut diamond, $6,400; Piaget Possession Palace Décor ring in rose gold set with a 0.08‐carat Possession‐set brilliant‐cut diamond and 67 brilliant‐cut diamonds totalling 1.85 carats, $25,800
This article originally appeared on Grazia Singapore.
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