1. COVET: The latest high jewellery collection from Tiffany and Co.
When you hear the words Tiffany and Co. you know you’re in store for something exquisite – and their latest campaign doesn’t disappoint. Featuring actress Gal Gadot, who is shot in a pared-down environment, the sparkling pieces stun.
Called ‘the pinnacle of the House’s jewellery portfolio’, the campaign showcases a gorgeous Gadot clad in their key pieces which include a dandelion-esque diamond necklace (that can transform into five different pieces), as well as an orchid brooch, and a diamond and sapphire necklace with an intricate thistle-like design. These are definitely ones to add to your lust list!
2. BUY: One of Georgia Jay's vibrant handbags
If you’re looking to add a pop of standout colour to your repertoire of accessories, look no further than the latest colour-way additions to Georgia Jay’s offering of buttery-soft handbags and accessories.
Over the next few months some of Georgia Jay’s most sought-after silhouettes – including the classic midi-size Little Ombra bag, the Zaha Baguette and the Bean – will get a colourful makeover with four new hues. Embrace the pastel trend this autumn with Powder Pink or Baby Blue, or if you’ve got your heart set on making a bold statement opt for the vivid hues of Verde (pictured above) and Fig.
Discover two of the new colours – Powder Pink and Verde – right here.
3. INDULGE: In a high tea at Naumi Wellington
Embark on an indulgent experience coined as ‘where Asia meets Paris’ at Naumi Wellington’s High Tea. The highly anticipated high tea launches today and offers a kaleidoscope of treats to delight the eyes — and your taste buds.
Created by award-winning executive chef Kiran Ghate, the menu delivers delectable and unique infusions of flavour with locally sourced ingredients that include seared Silver Fern Farms venison loin with beetroot horopito relish, Kapiti Kikorangi and zucchini croquette with plum and micro herbs and Ora King salmon caviar with cream cheese, harvest rye and micro dill.
And of course, there is the traditional high tea fare (albeit with a fresh twist) featuring vanilla raisin and cheese scones served with orange crème fraîche and jam, and culminating in a selection of show-stopping patisseries.
4. SPRITZ: Abel Odor’s new Parfum Extrait collection
Fans of the brand’s signature scents rejoice – they’re now being launched in a highly concentrated travel-friendly 7ml bottle for those on-the-go applications. Known for their 100 per cent natural and alcohol-free fragrances, the brand has designed these offerings at their Wellington Fabrik (which is Dutch for Factory) to be used as a therapeutic, restorative scent ritual with self-care at its core.
The unisex scents are based on their beloved Vita Odor eau de parfum collection but in a parfum extrait format, each offering specifically designed for one intention – think Pink Iris is for calm, Green Cedar for vitality, and Cobalt Amber for comfort. There are also fragrances for energy, joy, balance, and strength meaning whatever mood you need to conjure for the day, these little powerhouses will work to get you there.
Discover your Abel signature scent here.
5. WEAR: Bronwyn’s latest footwear collection
We were major fans of Bronwyn’s Creative Director Sarah Street’s inaugural footwear collection which came out last year, so we’re thrilled her second collection is just as good. Perfect for the cooler season ahead the collection known as Autumnal Equinox is split into capsule one and two, and features a juxtaposition of chunkier soles, block heels, square toes and fitted leg shafts.
As per her first collection, the creations are minimalist yet refined and have names like Cleo, Coco, Chloe, Marilyn and Vinnie (the later named after her first son!) While it’s hard to choose just one favourite, we’ll be opting for the aforementioned Marilyn with its sharp square toe, timeless side seam detailing and above-the-ankle cut. It’s a classic in black, but comes in a more playful chocolate too!