FASHION SPECIAL: Paradise found

Pack your sense of adventure - this season there's something for the most intrepid follower of fashion. Photographs by Luke Kirwan Styling by Beth Dadswell

This page Vests, pounds 105 each, leather belt, pounds 65, both by Margaret Howell, 34 Wigmore Street, London W1, 020-7009 9009; shorts, pounds 30, by Great Plains, enquiries 020-7399 7200; suede sandals, pounds 250, by Prada, 16-18 Old Bond Street, London W1, 020-7647 5000; gloves, pounds 75, by Nina Peter, from Liberty, Regent Street, London W1, 020-7734 1234; binoculars, stylist's own

Opposite page Vest by Margaret Howell, as before; outer vest, pounds 29, by Farhi by Nicole Farhi, 158 New Bond Street, London W1, 020-7499 8368; leather skirt, pounds 695, by Mulberry, 41 New Bond Street, London W1, 020-7491 3900; hat, pounds 120, by Jil Sander, 7 Burlington Gardens, London W1, 020-7758 1000; necklace, pounds 600, by Hermes, 85 New Bond Street, London W1, 020-7499 8856.

Luggage (clockwise from top right) small holdall, pounds 298, by Hogan, from Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London SW1, 020-7235 5000; leather suitcase, pounds 1,040, by Bottega Veneta, 33 Sloane Street, London SW1, 020-7838 9394; keyring purses, pounds 160, by Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquiere, from Harvey Nichols, as before; leather holdall, pounds 695, by Mulberry, as before; rope-handle bag, pounds 760, by Hermes, as before; bowling bag, pounds 635, by Prada, as before; rope bag, pounds 850, by Christian Louboutin, 23 Motcomb Street, London SW1, 020-7734 4505; woven leather bag, pounds 395, by Burberry London, 21-23 New Bond Street, London W1, 0700 0785 676

Shirt, pounds 260, Perspex belt, pounds 168, both by Prada, as before; striped shorts, pounds 175, by Paul & Joe from Selfridges, 400 Oxford Street, London W1, 08708 377377; small holdall, by Hogan, as before; butterfly net, pounds 20, from Bird Ventures, 9b Chapel Yard, Albert Street, Holt, Norfolk, 01263 710203

Model Irene at Models One

Hair and make-up Louise Bruun at One using Phyto and Dermalogica

Photographer's assistant Amber

Stylist's assistants Gemma Hayward and Harriet Walker

With thanks to E W Moore for the wallcoverings (020-8471 9392, www.ewmoore.com) and Land Rover (www.landrover.com)

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