Aside from The Independent, Annalisa Barbieri writes for the Economist's Intelligent Life magazine, and the New Statesman. A former contributing editor of the Independent on Sunday and fishing correspondent of the Independent, she is also patron of Rights of Women
Sunday 08 September 1996
Right (top left, top to bottom): Silver three-legged chair cuff- links, pounds 60, Detail, 4a Symons Street, London SW8 (0171 730 8488); Silver and orange oblong cuff-links, pounds 35, Burro, 19a Floral Street, London WC2, (0171 240 5120); Silver clover cuff-links, pounds 70, Tom Gilbey's Waistcoat Gallery, 2 New Burlington Place, London W1 (0171409 3060); Pink saucy lady cuff-links, pounds 30, Paul Smith, 41/43 Floral Street, London WC2 and Kafta, 41 Union Terrace, Aberdeen (inquiries: 0171 379 7133); Electric blue and aqua cross cuff-links, from pounds 45, Duchamp from branches of John Lewis and Fenwick (inquiries: 0181 743 5999); Green stone and gold star cuff-links, pounds 65, Oswald Boateng, 9 Vigo Street, London W1 (0171 734 6868).
Right (top right, top to bottom) Silver tablet shaped cuff-links, pounds 55, Michael de Nardo from Jess James, 3 Newburgh Street, London W1 (0171 437 0199); Silver forged bar cuff-links, pounds 78, Sam Salmons, from Jess James, as before; Gold screw cuff-links, pounds 80, Tateossian, from Space NK, 41 Earlham Street, London WC2 (0171 379 7030); Silver "love divine" cuff-links, pounds 110, Wright & Teague, from Jess James, as before and Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London SW1 (inquiries: 0171 336 8633); Large blue crystal cuff-links, pounds 140, Detail, as before; Blue eggshell cuff-links, pounds 75, Jennifer Corker, from Paul Smith, as before; Shirts, pounds 47.50 each, Thomas Pink, shirtmaker, 85 Jermyn Street, London SW1 (inquires and mail order: 0171 498 3882).
Left (clockwise from top): Lime green and black stripe tie, pounds 50, Kenzo, from Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London SW1; Turquoise and fuschia tie, pounds 65, Oswald Boateng, 9 Vigo Street, W1, (0171 734 6868); Lime stripe tie, pounds 17.99, Next branches nationwide, (0116 284 9424); Purple and gold hexagon tie, pounds 65, Oswald Boateng, as before; Orange tie, pounds 35, Joseph, 77 Fulham Road, London SW3 (0171 629 4774); Blue and black patterned tie, pounds 45, Gene Meyer, Jones, 13 Floral Street, London WC2 (0171 240 8313); Multi-coloured squares tie, pounds 55, Richard James, from Harvey Nichols, as before; Green all over "G" tie, pounds 60, Gucci, from Harvey Nichols, as before; Navy and lime stripe tie, pounds 17.99, Next, as before; Red / pink / navy squares tie, pounds 55, Richard James from Harvey Nichols, as before; Blue satin tie, pounds 43, Jigsaw menswear, 9/10 Floral Street, London WC2 and branches, (0171 240 5651); Gold and navy stripe tie, pounds 24.99, and purple tie, pounds 14.99, both French Connection, 99 Long Acre, London WC2 and branches (0171 580 2507); Lime with blue squares tie, pounds 17.99, Next, as before; Multi-coloured striped tie, pounds 65, Oswald Boateng, as before; Pink double cuff shirt, pounds 129, Nicole Farhi, 55/56 Long Acre, London WC2 and branches (0171 499 8368); Green tie, pounds 14.99, French Connection, as before; Blue stone tie pin, pounds 60, Oswald Boateng, as before.
Left (from top): Orange socks, pounds 6.50, Burlington, from department stores nationwide (inquiries: 0171 580 8355); Green argyle and orange socks, pounds 5.99, both Burlington, as before; Orange, cream and brown socks, pounds 17, Dries van Noten, from Jones, 13 Floral St, London WC2 (0171 240 8313).
Far left: Red and yellow mock croc belts, pounds 70, Paul Smith accessories, 41/43 Floral St, London WC2; Silver square buckle belt, pounds 12.99, Next branches nationwide (0116 284 9424); "N" logo belt, pounds 59 from a selection at Nicole Farhi, 55/56 long acre, London WC2 and branches (0171 499 8368); Round silver buckle belt, pounds 55, Paul Smith accessories as before; Dark brown belt, pounds 39, agnes b, 35/36 Floral St, London WC2 and branches (0171 225 3608); Prada belt, pounds 99, from Joseph, 77 Fulham Road, SW3 (0171 629 4774).
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