Founded in 2019, eco London label Peachy Den centres on Seventies-inspired jumpsuits in satin and velvet that flatter the form and big up the bootie. Kaia Gerber, Jesse Jo Stark, Iris Law and Mia Regan are already fans — and this weekend sees the label open its first-ever pop-up store in Soho. Opens 11 Sep. 27 Peter Street, W1
Peachy Den jumpsuit, £115
What do Roger Moore, Andy Warhol and Bjorn Borg have in common? They all wore versions of Piaget’s super popular Polo watch, which first launched in 1979. As of this month, the Polo now comes in a smaller 36mm dial size — perfect for female fans and anyone who likes their dials daintier.
PIAGET Polo Date High Jewellery watch, £56,500
Track’s back, baby! Whether you’re an athlete or you have two left feet, this autumn classic baseball-style varsity jackets are jogging back onto the pitch, providing the perfect casual cover-up for when the weather cools.
Seen on the streets at Copenhagen Fashion Week and on the AW runways at Celine, Louis Vuitton and Vetements, the preppy slogan bombers range from Off-White’s in-your-face-logo patch iteration to Saint Laurent’s pared-back black number. Team with a white T-shirt, chinos and loafers for effortless jock chic.
If you were a goodie two shoes at school, now’s your chance to rewrite history as brands look to the classroom for St Trinian’s-meets-Clueless uniform-inspired ensembles for autumn. To guarantee your seat at the back of the bus, think headmistress-offending colourful check jackets, ultra-short kilts, fishnet tights, frilly ankle socks and patent Mary Janes.
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