British Vogue’s Tatiana Hambro recommends the top picks you need for your wardrobe this winter.
I never thought I’d include Apple in my fashion edit but largely thanks to Hermes, I have. I think it’s only a matter of time before we all start sporting a smart watch or wearables of some kind, and this collaboration strikes me as the first to successfully integrate fashion and tech. Complete your winter wardrobe with perfect layering pieces from Kit and Ace, a statement coat, and lust-worthy accessories from Liberty…
The Polo Neck
Buy this now and I promise you will thank me later. Kit and Ace defines everyday luxury with their trademarked fabric ‘technical cashmere’, which you can throw in the wash like cotton. Wear with everything, all the time.
I love this Aquascutum scarf for its vintage-inspired print. It will look pretty draped elegantly over shoulders, wrapped around the neck, or even peeping out of your handbag.
Gucci creative director, Alessandro Michele, has successfully revived the beret, and yet the universal appeal of a wide-brimmed fedora remains. City or country, at home or abroad, it’s my preferred way to shelter from the rain. Try this one from Christys' Hats at Liberty.
Stand out from the Stan Smith crowd with these retro sneakers from Nike. Pair with everything from dresses to jeans - and try to keep them as clean as possible.
It’s tradition in Italy to wear red underwear on New Years Eve as it’s believed to bring good luck. Even if you’re not Italian, it’s a great opportunity to brighten up your underwear drawer, & Other Stories has a good array of beautiful soft-cup bras.
Apple Hermes watch with blue double strap – Go on… it’s time.
I live in my classic Church’s Chelsea boots but am currently swooning over these in rich cordovan with a buckle strap and commando sole - so cool!
Gone are the skinnies and the stretch! Cool girls favour the stiff denim of yesteryear and Levi’s have an awesome selection of original fit 501s. For more forgiving options, look out for styles marked with ‘CT’ which have a slightly more contemporary cut.
The Party Dress
The festive season calls for a show-stopping party dress. This style, by one of my favourite designers, Marco de Vincenzo at Liberty, will see you through the many celebratory cocktails, lunches, and dinners ahead.
Shearling doesn’t get much better than this! Luxuriate in Burberry’s gorgeous update on the trench.