WE’RE GEARING UP for PARTY SEASON with R&B SOUNDS, MOSCHINO GLITTER BOOTS and the BIGGEST ELLE EVENT EVER. By HIKMAT MOHAMMED
Glitter boots, fizz and floating: 1O ways to survive party season
Nothing says party season more than the new Moschino [tv] H&M collaboration – so sharpen your elbows and get ready to invest in a new going out out look. We’ve got our sights on the red sequin dress, glitter thigh-high boots and gold hoop earrings.
Out now online and in selected stores
If you’re exhausted just thinking about party season, tune in to Kenzie (@kenzie.tth
on Instagram), whose R&B sound is the perfect chill-out remedy –
download her second EP, Dark
Water tanks are having a moment (just watch
Stranger Things) – right in time to help with that oversocialised feeling. Benefits of floating therapy include reduced anxiety, metabolic balance and improved mood – perfect for when a bath just won’t cut it.
How not to wear black all party season? Read fashion director of
The Times Anna Murphy’s debut book: its pages are packed with ways to curate a more colourful and sustainable wardrobe. How Not To Wear Black is out now (£16.99, Dorling Kinderlsey)
Christmas trees aren’t just for Christmas, thanks to a new foodie trend to add a pinch of pine to spruce up dishes such as roast dinners and salads. We’ve got A-List chefs John Willams at The Ritz and Noma’s René Redzepi to thank for pushing the needle.
One for your winter escape hotlist: One&Only Nyungwe House, Rwanda’s most luxurious hotel, is finally opening. Expect rustic-chic lodges and plenty of thrills, including chimpanzee
Chef Albert Adrià (whose Barcelona restaurant Tickets has a waiting list equivalent to that for a Birkin bag) is coming to London’s Hotel Café Royal and he’s bringing a cake shop and sparkling wine bar with him. hotelcaferoyal.com
Luca Guadagnino, the director of last year’s hit Call Me By Your Name, is taking a break from Italian summer days for the re-make of 1977 horror film Suspiria, starring Dakota Johnson (left),
Tilda Swinton and Chloë Grace Moretz. In selected cinemas from 16 November
This winter, ELLE takes over London’s Saatchi Gallery for the first ELLE Weekender. The three-day festival brings the magazine to life with fashion edits, beauty workshops, Beyoncé-inspired workouts and talks by everyone from Molly
Goddard (right) to Maisie Williams.
3O November to 2 December; elleweekender.co.uk
Jean Paul Gaultier merged fashion and perfumery in a bottle with his iconic 1993 bestseller, Classique. For the festive season, the couturier dresses up the mannequin in a Santa outfit and puts her inside a snow globe. Shake and spray – we’re into it! Available at Debenhams