- 13TH AUGUST 2019 -

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Sorry there isn’t a new issue this week; JULIA is taking a 2 week summer holiday!

There are still so many EDITS to see and a tonne of TRENDY pieces to buy… click here for your FASHION FIX or here for FOOD.

Looking forward to seeing you back on September 3rd with our Ultimate Autumn Wardrobe. Have a brilliant week… X JE


 

IN THIS ISSUE


MOST WANTED

WILD THING

Ease yourself into Autumn with a seventies-inspired, cinched-in maxi.

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£60 LA REDOUTE

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THE EDIT

It takes two

Say it simply with stylish black and white. Leather details, pearlised accessories and your ultimate autumn buy… off-white, knee-high boots.

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almost autumn

So long summer, it’s all about next season now… start thinking about soft knits, snake-effect accessories and your new hero-piece - the puffa.


THE EXTRAS

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Get your foot fashionably in the door for Autumn… they may be pale, but they’re beyond interesting.

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IN THE KNOW

out ‘n’ about

THE BBC PROMS

The Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP

Now until Saturday 14th September

It’s that great British institution, The Proms, short for Promenade, with 89 concerts over 58 days held in and around London but primarily at home in The Royal Albert Hall.  

Should you be passing by at the end of an evening, you’ll note the pavements rammed with appreciative music lovers of all generations.  Beg, borrow or blag a ticket to at least one concert to feel the love and be part of the action.

It may originally have been the prerogative of a niche classical audience but nowadays the prom concerts span all genres, from Sci-Fi film music to Angelique Kidjo who belted out Miriam Makeba’s beloved Pata Pata to a foot-stamping, sing along ecstatic audience for Prom number 16.

 There are evenings of sonatas and symphonies from first rate artists and conductors like Simon Rattle, but then there’s Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood in September (Prom 70) with a world premiere of his Horror vacui exploring electronic versus acoustic music.

And it doesn’t have to be crazy expensive, you can do the trad thing and stand.  Promming is standing in the Arena or Gallery up close and very personal, with tickets from £6 available daily. 

Prom 75 on September 14 is the epic Last night of the Proms and always includes Elgar’s full blown Pomp and Circumstance March and closes with an emotional Auld Lang Syne.  It’s the stuff of legends with ardent prommers known to queue for hours to get tickets.

The majority of last night tickets are allocated by ballot if you’ve covered five concerts over the season, so don’t expect to just turn up!

Can’t make any concerts?  Check the BBC festival guide; many are televised or broadcast live on Radio 3.

BBC Proms audience at the Royal Albert Hal c Chris Christodoulou

BBC Proms audience at the Royal Albert Hal c Chris Christodoulou

what to see this week…

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SEE YOU NEXT WEEK ...

FASHION DIRECTOR JULIA MAY MORGAN | CONTRIBUTING ARTS EDITOR ANGELA KENNEDY EVISON

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