Fashion: A Clean Start
Begin the New Year in a spirit of pure but sensual minimalism: look to the future in fresh white cotton, linen and softest cashmere. Your resolution? To keep life simple
Sunday 04 January 1998
Facing page, top: pillow- case, as before; white cotton drawstring pyjamas, pounds 155, and grey rug, pounds 75, both by Margaret Howell, 29 Beauchamp Place, London, SW3 (enq: 0171 584 2462)
Facing page, bottom: ready wrapped pure vegetable soaps, pounds 7.95 each, by Helitrope, and stone vase, pounds 32, both from The Conran Shop, 81 Fulham Rd, SW3 (enq: 0171 589 7401); white Lycra vest, pounds 23, as before; nine- hole cement candlestick holder, pounds 22.95, from Judy Greens Garden Store, 11 Flask Walk, NW3 (enq: 0171 435 3832); drawstring shoe bag, pounds 18, from Margaret Howell, as before
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