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Yasmine Ganley returns with a new issue of WAIST which considers the ideas surrounding the female mid-section, both inside and out, exploring sex, movement, digestion and a woman’s GUT INSTINCT.

The latest issue, volumised as 3.5, not a definite 4, is a tangential idea . . . a personal ode to the beauty of Accident, Improvisation and The Subconscious. the material utilises dance as a tool, not for performance but for wellbeing.

NOW INSTORE . . . .

 

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J.HANNAH

A line of carefully-edited, high quality polishes from jewelry designer J.HANNAH . . . the shades are muted, perfectly suited to the colour averse.Polishes that consider the gracefulness of hands, and the role of subtle colour as an element in the considered wardrobe.All polishes are non-toxic, cruelty-free and made in the USA.

New shades include Akoya, which has the lustre of an oyster, Eames, an earthy chartreuse and Fauna which evokes ginger and egyptian ochre.($27 each).

AVAILABLE INSTORE . . .

 

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THE SKIRT CHRONICLES

The SKIRT CHRONICLES was founded by Sarah de Mavaleix, Sofia Nebiolo and Haydée Touitou as a collaborative platform with the ambition of creating a community which celebrates diverse cultures and generations. It is a publication founded by women which reflects a feminine voice yet does not exclude anyone from the conversation. 

VOLUME V, THE PANT ISSUE, IS NOW INSTORE . . .

 

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THE GENTLEWOMAN

A fabulous magazine for modern women of style and purpose. Published biannually the magazine offers a fresh and intelligent perspective on fashion that’s focused on personal style . . .the way women actually look, think and dress. Through it’s content and photography, it highlights inspirational women through a distinctive combination of glamour, personality and warmth.

THE GENTLEWOMAN proudly presents the writer of great intelligence and optimism, Margaret Atwood as the face of the 20th issue, for autumn and winter 2019. Inside, the 79-year-old nature-lover, equal rights campaigner and author of 64 books sets out a reassuring roadmap for the future, interviewed on the eve of the publication of her long-awaited novel The Testaments.

ISSUE No.20 IS SOLD OUT

 

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REGIME DES FLEURS

Pour Tous, pefumes for everyone, by REGIME DES FLEURS. Drawn from the sublime drama of the botanical world. These are exquisite small-batch perfumes, formulated by Alia Raza and Ezra Woods in Los Angeles, from the most rare and precious aromatic materials on Earth ($258).

CACTI. . . vivid, quenching, crisp

FALLING TREES. . . fresh, smoldering, majestic (CURRENTLY SOLD OUT)

GLASS BLOOMS. . . satin, confectionary, fragile

GOLD LEAVES. . . opulent, tonic, heady

WILLOWS. . .cool, dignified, powdery

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BINU BINU

Inspired by the ritual of the Korean public bath, a place free of vanity and inhibition and where generations are brought together in the simple act of cleansing. The soaps use only 100% natural plant botantical ingredients and essential oils, including a base of "boricha", the Korean roasted barley tea which has a place in the household as important as water. Made by hand in small batches using the cold process method which retains the skin benefitting properties of natural oils, Binu Binu soaps are fragrance-free and do not contain palm oils, synthetic detergents, artificial colorants, parabens, sulfates, or animal products.

Perfect partners to the BINU BINU natural soap bars ($24) are newly introduced marble and onyx soap dishes ($96) as well as a seshin korean scrub mitt ($28).
 

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F.MILLER SKINCARE

A line of body care that feels and smells incredibly luxurious yet is completely free of harmful elements. Botanically based. Additive Free. Each unique blend is designed to heal, rejuvenate, restore, nourish and balance all skin types.

All F. Miller Skincare is entirely free of artificial fragrances and colourings, harmful preservatives, sulfates, parabens, and genetically modified ingredients. Available instore are the face oil ($98), body oil ($88) and cleansing oil ($78) a nourishing blend of botanical oils that gently dissolves makeup, lifts impurities and clears congestion. 

. . . . . . and now introducing shave oil ($44), a smooth way to do your leg.

 

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COQUI COQUI

Legend has it that during the colonization of the new world, in the remote lands of the Yucatan Peninsula, the Franciscan monks created perfumes from the lush abundance of flowers, tropical woods and exotic herbs. Nicolas Malleville, a contemporary perfumer with a passion for history, was captivated by the ancient records of these exotic lost scents. Influenced by the simple way of living and the skillful craftsmanship of the locals, Nicolas founded Coqui Coqui Perfumery in the mystical town of Valladoid.

The scents in the line are simple, streamlined and transportive. All Coqui Coqui scents are crafted from precious ingredients in Mexico and are considered unisex . . .

COMING SOON . . .

 

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UNCONDITIONAL MAGAZINE

Made by women, for women, and primarily about women, UNCONDITIONAL is a new kind of publication—one that puts the focus on real women’s lives. It has become a touchstone for those who actively absorb fashion but do not obsess over it. Integrity, Simplicity and Intelligence are the three things brought to life in each issue. Each volume unpacks one clear idea, something timely but also timeless.

Issue No.8 is shaped by women—their bodies and stories, their lines, shapes and figures, and all the collective strength, character and experience conveyed in the female form.

CURRENTLY SOLD OUT . . . . .