The best and worst of fashion this week: Kevyn Aucoin, Cambridge Satchel Company and Kellogg’s bathing gifts

 

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We love…  Make-up maestro

Kevyn Aucoin was the make-up artist responsible for countless Vogue covers. More than a decade since his death, Space NK in Knightsbridge is holding a retrospective exhibition of his work, including snaps with his celeb pals.

0208 740 2085, spacenk.com

We’re not sure about… Cereal bathing

When food and beauty collide, the results are often a little weird. Tesco’s range of Kellogg’s bathing gifts, including a milk bath, toast sponge and strawberry jam body scrub, is no exception.

From £6, tesco.com

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Tesco’s range of Kellogg’s bathing gifts

 

We’re buying…  Bags of style

As we head into party season, the urge to add glitter and sparkle starts to take hold. So the new metallic mini bags from the Cambridge Satchel Company, created to celebrate its new Covent Garden flagship, are just the ticket.

£135, cambridgesatchel.com

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Metallic mini bags from the Cambridge Satchel Company, £135 each

 

We can’t wait for… Neat feet

Clarks – the 190-year-old footwear brand – is opening a pop-up shop in Covent Garden this week. It  will be the famous brand’s first ever showcase dedicated to men’s shoes.

23 Oct–16 Nov, 55 Neal Street, London, W1

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Clarks is opening a pop-up shop in Covent Garden this week

 

We’re visiting… Boy zone

Winter wardrobes in need of a revamp would do well to take a trip to Harvey Nichols which has relaunched its men’s contemporary floor this month with 22 new designers on board. Emerging streetwear brands will sit alongside more established offerings such as APC.

harveynichols.com

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Harvey Nichols has relaunched its men’s contemporary floor

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