THE LUX­URY STYLE EDIT

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The best of the sea­sonal styles from beau­ti­ful Bri­tish brands.

While their made-to-mea­sure ser­vice re­mains at the core of their busi­ness, estab­lished and much-loved Bri­tish brand New & Ling­wood con­tinue to in­no­vate with a host of ac­ces­sories and ac­com­pa­ny­ing fash­ion items. We love this sea­sonal roll­neck in dark olive, per­fect for cosy­ing up by the fire on icy win­ter days. Morv Lon­don – the brain­child of Ira­nian born, Lon­don based de­signer Mor­varid Sa­hafi – has launched a dif­fu­sion py­jama line, which turns even bed­time into an op­por­tu­nity for the style savvy. This cos­mic-in­spired set is made from soft­est silk satin. Ted Baker have al­ways had a rep­u­ta­tion blend­ing high street style with Bri­tish in­no­va­tion. Their new sta­tionery line is com­prised of cool note­books, stylish pens and strik­ing gift sets, and has a sleek, de­signer feel. Launch­ing this Au­tumn, Ver­heyen Lon­don tailors state­ment fur and time­less cash­mere pieces. The de­sign-fo­cused la­bel has given a new lease of life to the ex­ist­ing fur and cash­mere arena, with strik­ing stoles and col­lars in sump­tu­ous colours. Estab­lished by founder and de­signer Jane Lewis in 2001, Goat is a proudly Bri­tish la­bel, syn­ony­mous with un­der­stated lux­ury, and its cash­mere range fea­tures some of its key sig­na­ture pieces, in­clud­ing this beau­ti­ful plum knit. Bri­tish fam­ily-run au­dio brand Ruark have just un­veiled their lat­est of­fer­ing, in the form of this strik­ing ra­dio­gram. As much a piece of de­sign in its own right as tech­nol­ogy, it would make a beau­ti­ful ad­di­tion to a modern sit­ting room. Archibald is a lux­ury e-com­merce brand founded on the idea of pre­serv­ing craft and tra­di­tion. All its pieces are hand­crafted by master crafts­men and made to or­der, then sold di­rectly on­line, in­clud­ing th­ese beau­ti­ful cash­mere scarfs in tra­di­tional tar­tan. Launched in 2016, eth­i­cal brand MAIK sources mak­ers that sup­port the lo­cal com­mu­nity, and pro­duces beau­ti­fully-de­signed and care­fully-made prod­ucts. Fresh, clean geo­met­ric pat­terns are at the core of the brand's de­sign and this mar­ble tray ta­ble is a per­fect ex­am­ple of their sim­ple, but beau­ti­ful, ap­proach to dé­cor. In­te­ri­ors com­pany Gra­ham & Green has been lead­ing the charge in strik­ing and quirky home dé­cor since the 70s. Their flag­ship store in Not­ting Hill is an homage to the kind of eclec­tic, creative de­sign they are renowned for, and this gor­geous lamp has just the right mix of ex­otic chic and eye-catch­ing style.

R7 MKIII Ra­dio­gram, £2200, Ruark ru­arkau­dio.com

Nehru Col­lar Stole in Lapis Blue, £1695, Ver­heyen Lon­don ver­heyen­lon­don.com

Trel­lis Cable Roll Neck Sweater in Dark Olive, £295, New & Ling­wood newan­dling­wood.com

Plum Cash­mere Jumper, £150, Goat goat­fash­ion.com

Ball Point Pen in Grey, £40, Ted Baker ted­baker.com

Cash­mere Tar­tan Stole in Red Gar­net, £215, Archibald Lon­don archibald­lon­don.com

Lexie Mir­ror Lamp, £115, Gra­ham & Green gra­hamand­green.co.uk

Mar­ble Tray Ta­ble, £105, MAIK Lon­don maik­lon­don.com

Pan­elled PJ Set, £295, Morv Moon morvlon­don.com

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