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FittaMamma Popping Up! of burgeoning baby it's a real relief to find clothes that look and feel this good. FittaMamma will be popping up to showcase their unique range of materni‐ ty fitnesswear between 1st- 14th August at 387 Kings Road, Chelsea. What makes the difference? Support! FittaMamma clothes actually hold your bump, taking the weight onto your back and shoulders. For anyone that's ever carried all those extra pounds

Super-stylish and flattering FittaWear won't be confined to your gym bag. Vi‐ brant colours, summer whites and jet black these clothes are a pregnancy 'must-have' for exercise and what every expectant Mamma needs for chillaxing in comfort. Add a jacket and a chunky necklace and they'll look good when you go out too!

Leggings (choice of lengths) roll up or roll under the bump for maximum sup‐ port.Tops are designed for high impact (running, working out or simply giving your bump the best possible support); moderate activity (cy‐ cling, Pilates, yoga or everyday comfort) and a lovely so, maternity length vest top that won't ride up and looks good whatever you do. Come and take a look - it's a completely new concept in maternity wear designed for pregnant women who want to stay active and look good whilst also recog‐ nising that mums-to-be who choose to take it easy deserve some extra support for their bump. If you can't make it to the pop-up shop on King's Road during the first two weeks of August, visit

Metric Collective Open eir ird Annual Summer Shop e Metric Collective opens the doors to their third annual summer shop on 7 July until 1 September 2013. United by geometry, Metric celebrates creative talent across all disciplines. Held in the heart of East London on the his‐ toric Columbia Road, the summer shop is an outstanding showcase of awardwinning designers and makers, from fashion and cra to illustration and in‐ stallation. is year, six new emerging talents join the Metric ranks. Customers will gain a fresh view and insight into the designers' work, as the pieces on show will change ever y week. Prop-designer L ora Avedian, who has worked with the likes of Tracy Emin and Secret Cinema, will be setting the scene, creating individual displays for the work. A specially com‐ missioned piece from illustrator and artist SKEV, a.k.a. James Skevington, will appear in the window, forming a unique foil for the collective's ever-changing dis‐ plays.

Jewellery forms a distinct focus this summer, with five jewellery designers exhibiting a rich array of work. e sculptural compositions of Eleanor Bolton and the architectural, articulated pieces of Naomi McIntosh join the deli‐ cate yet dynamic work of Shimell and Madden, and John Moore's tactile pieces, alongside Myia Bonner's distinc‐ tive geometric expressions of diamonds. 'Faceture' by Phil Cuttance, which was

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nominated Design Of e Year 2013 by the Design Museum, London, will be on show. is series of faceted vessels will beautifully complement the bold sim‐ plicity of Danny Espinoza's print work. e explosive colour and experimental patterns of Lucy Jay's scarf designs will chime against the collaborative print project of Frinton Press and the rich dig‐ ital prints of Ina Dorthea uresson, ex‐ ploring the nature of beauty and disgust.

combs inspired by the vintage era.

ears. "It's just amazing to be recognised for your work and I am so pleased to have been one of the very few designers shortlisted amongst all of the profession‐ al work I saw at the Graduate Fashion Week's shows and exhibits," she said. Sadie's sculptured metal creations fea‐ ture three looks hand craed from sheets of mirrored copper. e curved design she opted for meant all the edges had to be sanded and smoothed to avoid the material scratching the model who wore it. "I worked for two nights straight to get all the pieces perfected for these looks which included two sculptures and a cape," she said.

With this broad wealth of talent, this year's Metric Summer Shop promises to be a feast for those hungry to explore London's brightest emerging design tal‐ ents.

Deco Diva Style consumes the Bridal Catwalk! Brides demand deco, deco and even more deco inspired by the latest adapta‐ tion of e Great Gatsby! Brides are desperately searching for the perfect 1920s inspired headpiece or jew‐ els to re-create the most sought aer bridal look this season - Gatsby Glamour. e sophisticated fashion from this decade has consumed design and style everywhere and any designer deco gown demands the perfect finishing touches. Whether its vintage peep toe heels, lace bridal shoes or a glamorous headpiece, brides are turning to the in‐ ternet in their thousands for accessories with just that right hint of vintage to complete their bridal look! Here at Crystal Bridal Accessories we boast a stunning collection of vintage headbands, tiaras, combs and bridal jew‐ ellery which brides can wear to create the look of a lifetime. Our collections feature some amazing designer pieces in‐ cluding vintage forehead bands, brow‐ bands, flapper style headbands and glitzy pearl and crystal jewellery. e elegance and glamour of the vintage era is reflect‐ ed in beautiful feather and deco motifs and the use of luxury materials such as Swarovski crystals, freshwater pearls and cubic zirconia stones. Designers such as Nina Rai boast luxury tiaras some with an aged setting to give a real period feel and Ivory and Co produces the most beautifully luxe forehead bands and

Mirrored Metal Work Makes For Eye-Catching Fashion From Kingston University A Kingston University fashion designer has been highly commended for her metallic-themed womenswear collection which includes a glimmering dress made of 2,000 plumbing copper brackets. e shimmering dress was one of six looks created by 22 year old Sadie Clay‐ ton from Mirfield in West Yorkshire. Her voluminous metal sculptures, intricately detailed dresses and towering faux fur wing-shaped coat caught the attention of judges at Graduate Fashion Week and saw her named a runner-up in the Lon‐ don showcase's award for innovation. Sadie, who works at Rellik Vintage in Portobello Road and is the creative fash‐ ion producer for e Mark Magazine, said the judges' praise for her portfolio and presentation was still ringing in her

e Grace Jones-style silhouettes were topped with five sweeping avante-garde head pieces developed in collaboration with London-based milliner Niamh Flanagan. "I showed her my research and sketches and I was so excited when she said she felt, with her contemporary take on vintage style, we could work together to create something to match my unusu‐ al choice of materials." e monochrome print and cut out shapes were prompted by Sadie's re‐ search in to the shapes of furniture. "I manipulated the image of a chair and de‐ veloped it in to a print which I trans‐ ferred on to thin canvas," Sadie ex‐ plained. "e cut outs in the underwear, trousers and jumpsuit were all an inter‐ pretation of a piece of furniture from the 1970s, while the faux fur wings idea came from a table I saw at the V&A in London." e inspiration for her sculp‐ tures stems from the shapes of lovers' bodies in Japanese art. "I added tabs and slits to the pieces so that when I pinned them all together they would intertwine like limbs and allow me to sculpt the look I wanted." A self-confessed fan of the 1980s, Sadie stepped out at Graduate Fashion Week in a vintage green metallic suit from the era famed for its fashion statements. "Working in a vintage shop, I get to im‐ merse myself in all the decades of fash‐ ion gone by that have influenced collec‐ tions today," she said. "From shoulder pads to platforms, I just love playing with shape and scale in my own style too."

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Don't Be Le Red Faced is Summer! Keep Your Cool With Tara Walker's Dream Soothing Skin Care Line Summer is here and with the beautiful sunshine beating down on us, more time is spent outside. Topping up that tan at

the beach, spending time with loved ones at family barbeques or relaxing in the park, summer is bursting with social occasions in the sun. Unfortunately though, all this exposure leaves our skin dehydrated, red and sore, and it even in‐ creases the signs of aging. We all spend hours preening and polishing ourselves to absolute summer perfection, but why is it that all too oen we forget to give our skin the care it so desperately needs? It is so important to keep your skin safe from the suns harmful rays to keep it looking flawless and fabulous. Besides, red and blotchy skin just won't flatter any outfit no matter how marvellous it is! If you want to protect your skin and keep it looking radiant, look no further than Tara Walker's Dream skin care line. Consisting of six nourishing and hydrat‐ ing products, each of which contains over 100 natural botanical and marine ingredients from all over the world, this skin care line provides the ultimate pro‐ tection for even the most sensitive of skin. Bursting with soothing essential oils, the Dream line will keep your complexion clear and calm. For example, Kiwi Seed and Avocado Oil from New Zealand in‐ tensely hydrate your skin, helping it re‐

tain its natural moisture. Tamanu Oil on the other hand, protects the skin from sun-induced dryness whilst Chamomile Flower Essential Oil sooths and calms ir‐ ritated skin; they are this season's must have ingredients.

Another star ingredient in the Dream range is Papaya Seed Oil as it exfoliates, sooths and soens skin. Combined Patchouli Essential Oil (below right), which reduces the appearance of wrin‐ k l e s an d re d n e ss , t h e re su lt i s sensational. Keeping your cool and your skin flawless is simple this summer with Tara Walker's Dream. Made from gentle and luxurious soothing ingredients, the tropical Dream products help eliminate imperfections and keep your skin wonderfully so. Say goodbye to blotchy, sore and red skin and keep your complexion as cool as cu‐ cumber with Tara Walker's Dream. For more information please visit:

Effortless Extensions Instant Length And Volume, Just Slip It On!

No Glue - No Clips - No Damage Beauty blogger extraordinaire Tanya Burr is one of the first people in the country to wear the brand new Effortless Extensions, the patented original revolu‐ tionary hair extension on a wire, now available in the UK. e trend that's sweeping the US, Effortless Extensions are used by the likes of top stylist Frankie Payne (stylist to the Kardashians, Eva Longoria, Ri‐ hanna and Nicole Scherzinger); and Gol‐ nesa "GG" Gharachedaghi (star of Ryan Seacrest's new show Shahs of Sunset). Tanya, who hit the red carpet wearing the extensions tweeted thanks to her hairdresser, Mark Woolley at Electric (clients include Olivia Palermo), "So nat‐ ural, love them!" with Mark replying "Love them, so easy and really effective for red carpet looks." So for in‐ stant long, voluminous hair, forget glue, fiddly clips and hours sat in a salon chair. Instead, simply slip the ex‐ tension on your head and under your natural hair - no damage, no commit‐ ment! Celeb stylist Frankie Payne says, "ese extensions are easy to place on and off and blend effortlessly with your own hair." Effortless Extensions use the patented FEEL so REAL synthetic hair, which looks, acts and feels like human hair. Wash it, curl it, flat iron it, blow dry it and style it as you would your own hair - it's heat resistant up to 250 degrees Celcius. "e extensions are revolution‐ ary," says UK Ambassador, Ken Picton, British Colourist and Wales and South West Hairdresser of the Year. "ere's fi‐ nally an answer to a low cost, low com‐ mitment hair extension that adds length and body in seconds." e 16" exten‐ sions come in 20 shades and 3 styles, Straight, Natural and Bodywave, and the self-adjusting wire means they're ex‐ tremely comfortable to wear. Selecting a colour: e Effortless Exten‐ sions' Slip On Hair adds over 16 inches of length from your nape down. So don't match the colour at the top of your hair match the end of your hair for best re‐ sults.

How to wear: Place the clear monofila‐ ment on the top of your head; it will self adjust for a custom fit.

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Greying is inevitable but with stars like Helen Mirren and Judi Dench proving that it's all white now, being grey has never been more chic - so why not em‐ brace your grey? As no two clients are the same, the 50 Shades of Grey Colour Experts at Brooks + Brooks work to enhance and improve every client's look on an individual basis, sometimes blending away grey, some‐ times augmenting it, sometimes even increasing it.

Place the wes of hair behind your ears.

Using your fingers or a wide-tooth comb pull approx ¼ of your hair over the top of the extension, sandwich the Effortless Extension between your hair with ¼ on top of the extension and ¾ under the ex‐ tension to blend and hide the monofila‐ ment.

Effortless Extensions are £74.95 and are available at

Modern living is rarely stress-free and a recent study has shown that stress can

Grey Isn't e End Of Gorgeous Hair! have a 'startling' effect on hair! Stress causes hair to grey as the cells that give hair its colour disap‐ pear when a person is exposed to stress hormones.*

ese days, it doesn't have to be the midlife crisis it once was... Gone are the only-option days of grey being tinted away!

Brooks + Brooks' Creative Director, Sally Brooks says "ere are so many more options than people think; it's not a case of only being able to mask grey. Working with advanced products such as L'Oreal Professionnel Colour Supreme tint, for‐ mulated especially for more mature hair, we've developed loads of colour tech‐ niques to work with grey hair to make it look as natural and subtle as possible or as significant as a woman wants. Whichever, we always make the look

flattering and modern."

History Lesson Served On A Plate At National Glass Centre

Prices start at £48 but as each colour ser‐ vice is bespoke to each individual's need, the cost will be quoted upon consulta‐ tion. Diners at the new Brasserie at Sunder‐ land's National Glass Centre will be able to enjoy history served up on a plate when the restaurant opens its doors on July 1.

e Brasserie is a focal part of the newlook National Glass Centre, which has just undergone a £2m makeover and anyone dining in the stunning restaurant can brush up on their knowledge of Sun‐ derland's glass making history, courtesy of a set of specially commissioned plates. 1879 Events Management, which is run‐ ning the catering operation at National Glass Centre, asked glass artist Katya Fil‐ mus, who has a studio at the centre, to create a set of unique crockery, telling the story of glass making in the city. "is was a really exciting commission," said Israeli-born Katya, who has worked in Sunderland for the past four years. "I was absolutely delighted when I was asked to work on this and to be able to share the history of glass making in Sun‐ derland with everyone who will eat at the Brasserie." Glass artist Katya creates sculptures but has also worked on a number of special commissions including for Glenfiddich Whisky and Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary. Visitors to the Brasserie will be able to enjoy a wide range of food, served on the stunning plates, from seasonal breakfasts to daily specials, light bites and snacks. e restaurant will also be open for din‐ ing on Friday and Saturday evenings from July 5. "Katya's plates fit in perfectly with the venue and will help complete the fine dining experience," said Margaret Liv‐ ingstone-Evans, Operations Manager for the Brasserie. "We're sure they will be a huge talking point."

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Bookings are now being taken for the restaurant on 0191 515 5555 or by emailing Follow us on twitter @NGC_Brasserie.

lemon, or on its own - whatever floats your boat. Mr. Tea (£12) is an ideal tea-time com‐ panion. Just load his little silicone pants, perch him in your cup, relax for a minute as he does the work, and savor your perfect orange pekoe. I sippy the fool who doesn't! Manatea (£10.80), everybody's favorite Floridian wants to brew you a nice cup of tea and share a slow, calm, relaxing moment. All tea infusers are molded from durable, pure food-safe silicone, and packed in a colorful peggable gibox. All available from

Unusual tea infusers to brighten up daily rituals! TeaTanic (£10.80) is a sinkable silicone tribute to the legendary lost ocean liner. Fill the hull with loose tea leaves and let it dri to the bottom of your cup. en enjoy your delicious brew with cream,

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Eclectic Home Storage Create a poetic yet stylish wall display with this quirky Vintage Style Wallpaper Shelf, 42x47x14cm. With a distressed finish, this shelf has an industrial look and feel, soened with the pretty birds wallpaper pattern. Hang on the wall to display sentimental keepsakes or just a cute collection of bits and bobs. Lovely! is quirky mug tree is reminiscent of French bottle drying racks. With a vin‐ tage look and feel they make a great al‐ ternative to the traditional mug rack. For more inspirational homewares or storage ideas, log onto House Envy,

Ensuring your home has enough storage is a modern interiors dilemma. Most homes, whether new-build, period property or city centre apartment lack adequate nooks and crannies for storing an ever-growing home accessories col‐ lection.

Although we can’t conjure up space for more wardrobes, cupboards or cabinets, here at House Envy we’re always on the hunt for quirky home accessories that make life easy – and searching out clever storage solutions that are stylish and practical is one of our favourite pastimes.

is large, vintage style iron storage bucket with 'Farmer's Market' printed on the front is a quirky alternative to kitchen storage...we think it's great for storing this week's farmer's market pur‐ chases, weekly vegetable delivery or even bottles of water, wine or kitchen linen, £69.

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Close, the UK’s premier so carrying brand partner with NCT to launch Cabo Close is thrilled to reveal the fruits of its latest project; a collaboration with NCT the UK's largest charity for parents. e newest member of the Caboo family, Caboo NCT is the result of Close and NCT working together, inspired by the shared desire to make easy, intuitive, so carrying accessible to every new parent. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Close and NCT set about designing a 'light' version of Close’s tried and trusted Caboo carrier, well-loved for its atten‐ tion to baby's comfort and posture. e end result…Caboo NCT, is still 100% Caboo, with all the same closeness and ease. e partnership has created a flexible, functional carrier that embraces the wants and needs of new parents of‐ fering them an affordable way to nurture and care for their baby with all the free‐ dom of being hands free.

says, “We are thrilled to be working with NCT to bring the Caboo NCT to market. We have used some new mod‐ ern materials and a flexible ‘light’ design that provides a lighter cooler carrying experience and with an RRP of just £44.99, it makes choosing to carry that bit easier on the pocket which definitely makes Close common sense! “ CEO of NCT Belinda Phipps says “Working with Close on this project has been a very positive experience for NCT and has enabled us both to make the best use of our expertise. What we have pro‐ duced is a good quality, easy to use and practical carrier which we hope will en‐ courage more parents to try one out. Us‐ ing a carrier can be an effective way to bond with your child during your first 1,000 days of parenting. It is also a prac‐ tical way to get on with your day to day tasks while keeping your baby close and happy.”

Hester MacAnara, Director of Close

History Captured in the Vintage Coronation Range from Ellie Ellie Forget Field Day, forgo Glasto; this sum‐ mer it’s all about Coronation Fest. e four day festival celebrating the 60th an‐ niversary of e Queen's Coronation (which happens to fall on the royal heir due date) is set to put royalty right back on the front page. Put your ‘stamp’ on the new season of patriotism with Ellie Ellie’s new range of upcycled vintage jewellery and accessories with vintage British stamps at the fore. With 12 colours to choose from, the PreDecimal British Postage Pendant Stamp Necklace features an original British postage stamp accompanied by a slight border of the envelope it was originally attached to. ese handcraed pendants make for a quirky and oeat addition to any outfit, and a subtle yet strategic com‐ ponent of your Coronation Fest wardrobe! Sitting alongside the Pre-Decimal Stamp

Necklace, is the Pre-Decimal Stamp Pa‐ perweight. Handmade using original vintage stamps, it is the ultimate office accessory for anyone who loves their stamps, be that collector, Royal Mail em‐ ployee, or just anyone who likes to in‐ dulge in a little bit of British history! Tie pins are set to make a comeback on our high streets this year, and Ellie Ellie’s Vintage Postage Stamp Tie Pins make a classic gi for the stylish man about town! e tie pins also offer a refined way to pay homage to Queen Elizabeth over this summer’s Coronation Fest. Each tie pin is hand customised at Ellie Ellie’s Sussex HQ and comes complete with an Ellie Ellie presentation bag mak‐ ing it the ideal gi for husbands, broth‐ ers, fathers and friends. Choose from 12 colours, match a favourite suit, or perhaps pick the recipi‐

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ents birth stone? Due to nature of this product all stamps are authentically vintage and therefore will differ slightly from the photograph in colour, scale and ages. Prices: British Postage Stamp Pre-Decimal Pen‐ dant Necklace (silver plated pendant 2.5 cm x 2.5 cm with a 23" chain): £14.50 British Postage Pre-Decimal Paper‐ weight: £24.50 British Postage Stamp Pre-Decimal Tie Pin: £14.50

Epitomising contemporary style with a natural beauty seen only in japanese in‐ spired design, e Geo Collection from William Garvey combines organic tex‐

ture and warmth through a range of lux‐ ury wood baths and basins. Offering unique antiseptic properties intrinsically

linked to wooden bathroom furniture, means William Garvey's Geo Collection guarantees for a truly pleasurable

Single Dimensions: Length 1650mm x Width 700mm x Height 540mm

e Geo Collection By William Garvey bathing experience. Hand craed from laminated teak com‐ posite which is then finished in a special‐ ly formulated marine polish, Geo is highly durable with a stain resistant fa‐ çade. Furthermore, each model from e Geo Collection is available as a stan‐ dard option, or can be custom made to ensure a truly bespoke result; such as the 1.8 metre specially commissioned basin recently delivered to Canada. Designed and hand craed by William Garvey, e Geo Collection features: Geo Standard Bath

Prices for the Geo Standard Single (in‐ cluding feet & 1 backrest) £3,671 +VAT Double Dimensions: Length 1750mm x Width 800mm x Height 540mm Prices for the Geo Standard Double (in‐ cluding feet & 2 backrests) £3,991 +VAT Geo Deep Bath Single Dimensions: Length 1000mm x Width 700mm x Heigth 750mm Prices for the Geo Deep Single (includ‐ ing feet, 1 seat & 1 stool) start from £3,335 +VAT

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In An English Country Garden With Slate Top Tables

Enjoy the longer and warmer nights of summer with the brand new and beauti‐ ful slate-topped Ottery garden table from Devon-based cabinetmakers Slate Top Tables. Available in a choice of styles, including the stylish cross-frame Axminster, the traditional farmhouse Colyton and the new rectangular Ottery, these exquisite tables feature green oak bases that natu‐ rally silver with age and, of course, a ma‐ jestic hand-riven slate top. e perfect material to brave the ele‐ ments, slate is durable and easy to care for, and each table is finished with a blend of natural oils to resist staining. Prices start at £1,149 for the new Ottery table.

Double Dimensions: Length 1500mm x Width 750mm x Heigth 750mm Prices for the Geo Deep Double (includ‐ ing feet, 2 seats & 1 stool) £4,266 +VAT With the ability and expertise to work with all types of wood, and provide be‐ spoke options to combine other materi‐ als such as glass, metal and leather al‐ lows William Garvey to fulfil any cre‐ ative design. From early product devel‐ opment and client consultation, right through to build and installation, William Garvey aims to exceed expecta‐ tion at every stage of production. Established in 1971, William Garvey consistently delivers high quality be‐ spoke interiors, and has become renowned for its creation of unique wooden bathroom furniture. William

Garvey's critical eye to detail and care re‐ garding the finer points of each wood finish, give this brand its distinctive de‐ sign edge and almost organic aesthetics. Boasting over 40 years of experience, William Garvey epitomises luxury, lis‐ tening carefully to its client's needs to deliver bespoke projects with exceptional service. William Garvey - Tel: 01404 841 430 or visit

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Exclusive And Unique Planters From e Chelsea Gardener

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e Chelsea Gardener has expanded their offering of specialist planters offer‐ ing unique ideas for inside the home as well as outside. Working with dedicated European studios, materials such as met‐ al, mother of pearl, terracotta, clay and ceramic are used to create interesting forms adding to the natural beauty of any plant display. Indoor planters created using liquid clay with a metallic glaze create a statement. e liquid clay is poured into a 3-D mould creating a hollow structure with a fine surface finish. is is then fired at 1000 ̊ C. e metallic glazes are then hand applied before the pot is fired at 1200 ̊C. e glaze contains actual metal - silver or copper - which fuses with the ceramic at this high temperature. Once the kiln reaches peak temperature, com‐ bustible material is added to the cham‐ ber which causes oxidisation and there‐ fore creates a unique finish on every piece.


two sizes and two shapes. e column shape shown measures 110cm high x 53cm diameter and retails at £1,199. A smaller version is available, 70cm h x 43cm dia, £699. Also available as a bowl measuring 36cm h x 56 dia, £649 and a dish measuring 20cm h x 20cm w x 70cm long for £299. Domani's Lava planters are made by hand using pressed terracotta to create a fabulous textural surface. Available in two shapes and these planters provide impact for both contemporary and clas‐

Available in several sizes the one pic‐ tured measures 80cm h x 80cm dia and retails at £1,599. Available to order in off-white, green or brown glazes. Other sizes include 35cm h x 30cm dia £550; 20cm h x 19cm dia £50 plus a column shape 110cm h x 36cm dia £1,000. e tall indoor Polar planter is an eyecatching vase. Choose from a mother of pearl, gilded for a glaze finish, all of which have been applied by hand to a fi‐ breglass form resulting in an interesting light-infused surface which absorbs and reflects colours from its surroundings. Mother of pearl finish is available in ei‐ ther natural as shown le, or in a chess pattern made using alternate natural and black pieces - see dish below. Sheets of gold or silver have been gilded onto the form resulting in a so yet luxe finish while a white glaze creates a differ‐ ent look for the Polar vase. e Polar planter is available to order in

e Chelsea Gardener is constantly dis‐ covering new designs to add to their ex‐ clusive collections, making the store the ideal resource for everything necessary to make outdoor living as stylish as pos‐ sible. Many of their pieces are made to order enabling the end user to specify the size and finish of their chosen item. Lead times vary from 6 to 12 weeks.

Brand New Persian Wax

ese designs are unique to e Chelsea Gardener and are made by hand by arti‐ sans in Holland. ey are available to or‐ der in two sizes and a choice of colours silver pearl or copper smooth (seen le). e Tall planter measures 70cm high by 42cm diameter (with planting width of 34cm) and retails at £815 while the Grande planter measures 60cm high x 60cm diameter (with planting width of 48cm) and retails at £1,030. e large Gerba planter by Domani is suitable for indoor and outdoor use. e textural stone finish is created through a process of glazing and sandblasting three times which in turns results in a truly toughened planter.

planters and furniture. Choose from nine different finishes including natural and treated metals - Copper, brass, steel, iron... all are treated to create a unique finish exclusive to DeCastelli - plus RAL powder coated colours. work equally well inside and out. Customers can choose from existing shapes and finishes or commission their own.

For generations, Persian Cold Wax has

yet gentle enough for even the most sen‐ sitive skin! Luxuriate in non-sticky and fuss free waxing. Persian Wax Strips RRP:£14.99 have been specially created for sensitive skins. is luxurious cream wax requires no heating and makes waxing fast and mess free, perfect for beginners! e strips come ready-to-use and effectively re‐ move hair from the root, leaving you silky smooth for weeks!

Bee Nature Bee Nature is a new Honey based cos‐ metic range. e products are of Natural origin and do not contain phe‐ noxyethanol, paraben or mineral oil. Bee Nature was created 1 year ago by Marine André, a young women aged of 24 years who has developed the brand in the framework of her studies in market‐ ing at UCL.

All Bee nature products are certified 100% Belgian and used honey produced by local beekeepers. e Bee Nature range comprises 7 products of well-be‐ ing for daily use and for the whole family.

sic garden schemes. e one pictured here measures 50cm high x 60cm diameter and retails at £545. is shape comes in five sizes: 35cm h x 50cm dia; 50cm h x 60cm dia; 60cm h x 80cm dia; 80cm h x 100cm dia; 87cm h x 120cm diameter. e starting price for these planters is £310, all of which are exclusive to e Chelsea Gar‐ dener. Contemporary grey clay planters can be grouped together to create a sculptural focal point. Available in two sizes the tall version measures 75cm high and retails at £287 while a shorter version measur‐ ing 60cm high retails at £160. Also avail‐ able as a low cube (as seen in back‐ ground) which measures 40cm square and retails at £202. In addition to grey, these planters are also available in natural terracotta as well as a glazed finish in white, black, blue, red or brown which offers a more reflec‐ tive surface. e Chelsea Gardener is the London store for DeCastelli's contemporary

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Boby Milk is moisturizing, protective, conditioning and toning. e ingredients are 97, 4% of natural origin, 40, 4% cer‐ tified ecocert and 18% organic farming. e Bee nature Hand Cream has virtues of moisturizing, conditioning and anti-ageing. e ingre‐ dients are 98, 88% of natural origin, 49, 60% certified Ecocert and 24, 20% eco‐ certified. e Bee Nature

1970, it's made up of just three simple ingredients: sugar lemon and water. To this day, it remains the #1 Cold Wax in Canada! Persian Cold Wax £14.99 has cultivated a cult following among ethnic woman due to how beautifully it removes coarse, dark hair. is water soluble formula, spreads easily and comes with re-usable strips. Persian Cold Wax is tough on hair

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some UVB blocking abilities. e oil is 100% natural and not tested on animals.

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e oil penetrates deep into the hair to create a protective and nurturing layer. Because of the special blend, the oil stays in the hair for longer than other hair oils. It is totally compatible with all types of hair and can be used for daily mainte‐ nance to leave hair so and shiny.

Shower Milk has cleansing, moisturizing and toning properties. e ingredients are 99, 81% of natural origin, 43, 60% certified Ecocert, 13, 80% organic farm‐ ing. e Bee Nature Soap Bar is moisturizing and exfoliating. e ingredients are 100% vegetable oils, 98, 18% natural origin and 78, 31% of ingredients from a supplier with RSPO SCCS certification.

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e Bee Nature Shampoo has properties of moisturizing, conditioning and revitalizing. e ingre‐ dients are 97, 25 % natural origin, 10,5 % Ecocert certified and 73,66% organic farming.

e Bee Nature products are sold in more than 50 shops among which a lot of pharmacies and they are also available on the Bee Nature e-shop.

Beat Dry Summer Hair With Mashooq's Deep Penetratin g Oil When summer sun leaves hair feeling dry and out of condition use Mashooq’s Deep Penetrating Oil (£7.99 for 100ml) to nourish and restore shine. Mashooq has harnessed Mother Nature’s secrets to create its Deep Penetrating Oil that is especially beneficial for dry, brittle or damaged hair. e oil is a unique blend of coconut, palm, sunflower, sweet almond, wheat germ and olive oils that are full of vitamins and minerals with

Hairal 7 is a revolutionary water based hair strengthening and repair system made from a unique blend of natural in‐ gredients. It is formulated with purest plant extract to ensure a healthy scalp and strong hair. Developed 25 years ago, Hairal 7 has proven to be extremely suc‐ cessful for nearly three decades selling successfully in India and Middle East. Dynamic results can beseen by using Hairal in 10-12 weeks.

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La Figurelle Adds To e Ciel Range At last, shapewear that is sexy, feminine and glamorous! Irish designer Geraldine Courtney is rescuing women everywhere from the fate of the Bridget Jones 'granny' briefs! Geraldine explains the vision behind her brand, "La Figurelle's designs are as ef‐ fective as regular shapewear, but will have you feeling as confident and sexy on the inside as you look on the outside." Adding to her collection, Geraldine is releasing in September a new highwaisted brief for her CIEL storyline. e brief has a medium to light shaping tum‐

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