The best of the seasonal styles from beautiful British brands...
Contemporary, British, menswear designer Simon Carter has a flair for traditional, eclectic English style, and is a favourite of urbane gentlemen across the globe. This striking bird print shirt is from a colourful collection that favours bold fabrics and quirky designs. This is Major Tom to Ground Control - It's time to do the washing up! Internationally known as the National Theatre of Great Britain, Royal National Theatre bookshop offers a wide range of custom fine-art prints from the National Theatre archive - handmade in England. Made in Britain, with pure bio-organic ingredients sourced sustainably from around the world, cult favourite Aurelia Probiotic has won over 80 beauty awards since its inception in 2013. Launched in October, its aromatic candles are rich and exotic. Watchmaker Henry London's story began when a vintage find was discovered at a London street market; a beautifully crafted classic wristwatch that had the words ‘Henry, August 1965' engraved on the case back. Inspired he now makes beautiful timepieces in classic styles. January doesn't have to be a time for abstinence and denial. For cacao lovers, this beautiful box of Rococo's decadent chocolates, encased in its distinctive packaging and including delicate square ganaches, traditional marzipans and floral creams, is the perfect way to banish the new year blues. Black Cow is the world's first pure milk vodka, made in Dorset from the milk of grass-grazed cows. A super-premium vodka, it is distilled from milk whey and treated to a secret blending process created by dairy farmer Jason Barber. As part of a collaboration with Drakes, artist Adam Dant has created a playful twist on the traditional pocket square, featuring a range of threats to a gentleman's wardrobe, including moths, pigeons, ash trays and oil. A fabulously subversive nod to fashion. Every bottle a collectors' item in itself, this gleefully pink offering from British perfumer Jo Malone is one of her boldest yet. Sweet green almond blends with seasonal redcurrants for a tangy, distinctive scent that feels wintry and fresh Royal Collection Trust has designed and produced an exclusive range of chinaware to mark the 70th anniversary of the marriage of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh, which took place on 20 November 1947 at Westminster Abbey, London. Items include a tray priced £145, a loving cup priced £195, a pillbox priced £35, a oval pillbox priced £95 and a tankard priced £39.
Aromatic Candle in Wakefulness, £55, Aurelia Probiotic aureliaskincare.com
Green Almond & Redcurrant Cologne (100ml), £92, Jo Malone jomalone.co.uk
David Bowie Tea Towel, £12.50, available at the National Theatre Bookshop shop.nationaltheatre.org.uk
Adam Dant 'Enemies of the Gentleman's Wardrobe' Pocket Square, £65, Drakes drakes.com »
Round Box No.3 Mixed Selection, £73.95, Rococo rococochocolates.com
70th wedding anniversary commemorative china royalcollection.org.uk/shop
Swallow Print Shirt, £135, Simon Carter simoncarter.net
Black Cow Vodka, £31.75, Black Cow blackcow.co.uk
Automatic 42mm Classic, £210 henry-london.com