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At the Shops | New at Belgrave Crescent: The Suede Collection

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At the Shops | New at Belgrave Crescent: The Suede Collection

Always believe that something wonderful is about to happen.

Recently, we introduced a few new things at Belgrave Crescent, including this beautiful new suede collection for bright June mornings & pink August sunsets . . .

At the Shops | New at Belgrave Crescent: The Suede Collection

LAS SALINAS
LARGE SUEDE CLUTCH

The Las Salinas Suede Clutch in Ibiza Sunset is made of the softest, most beautiful suede we could find. Perfect for romantic summer days and sidewalk cafés, throw in the necessities — lipstick, credit cards, phone and keys, or more if you like, and carry as a tote. Solid brass rings set off the soft pink suede to perfection for the chicest and prettiest combination ever . . .

At the Shops | New at Belgrave Crescent: The Suede Collection

News 05.24.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Usually, when scientists test a theory, they get everything nicely under control. But in 1919, as the First World War was drawing down, the British astronomer and physicist Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington did not have that luxury. He was going to test Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity at a solar eclipse thousands of miles from the nearest precision laboratory.

Beautiful Inspiration from the French Riviera

French Riviera during the Cannes Film Festival is always an endless source of inspiration. Since its debut in 1946, the event has been more than a celebration of the best films of the year. What makes the festival so magical is everything that comes with it: the parties, the meetings, the interviews, the photoshoots that take place during these two weeks. Perhaps the busy-ness around it does not allow one to take the proper time to see the beautiful landscape, but just in case you need some inspiration, here are a few photos to remember the good old times…

News 05.22.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Nobuaki Nagashima was in his mid-20s when he began to feel like his body was breaking down. He was based in Hokkaido, the northernmost prefecture of Japan, where for 12 years he had been a member of the military, vigorously practicing training drills out in the snow. It happened bit by bit – cataracts at the age of 25, pains in his hips at 28, skin problems on his leg at 30.

The Edit: Spring Things for the May Holiday Weekend

IT’S THE SPRING BANK HOLIDAY here in Britain this coming weekend and the Memorial Day holiday in the US, and so we rounded up a few favourite things to shop for in anticipation of summertime: face oil and lip balm and the perfect little white dress and wicker bag; a gold sculpting bar that everyone seems to swear by at the moment, hoop earrings, a lace bralette, raffia mules and more…

Style File: White Shorts for Summer Days

WE HAVE BEEN highlighting the latest spring trends, from silk scarves to trouser suits, to the eternally chic trench coat, but one of the most unexpected ones for us, is the white city short. Far from common, these pleated and belted styles have an elegance not often associated with shorts and when paired with a white top, are the epitome of chic…

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

WE HAVE BEEN spending much time in the English countryside, exploring all the utterly charming and quintessentially British villages along the way–ones with grand castle ruins and lively local pubs and ones with picturesque abbeys and lovely little stone cottages covered in ivy and surrounded by magnolias. We’re in the midst of sweeping changes and it’s all very exciting. Just a few more things need to fall in place before we know for certain and the waiting is the hardest part. Spring feels like the perfect time for grand changes.