As you know, our jewellery likes an outing. So do we come to think of it, so here are some of our favourites for October.
What to wear: Something Gold, like our Westbourne Disc Necklace. You never know who’s eye you might catch.
For all those of you London based or indeed London bound, The Donmar have some really rather glorious performances planned. Henry IV marks the return of Phyllida Lloyd and Harriet Walter and the second installment in what will be a trilogy of works at the Donmar from these major artists. Then City of Angels kicks off in December. Tickets are rarer than Hen’s Teeth (if you have ever tried to find one of those) but there are a few left, so snap one up or get yourself onto their mailing list, they hold back tickets to release every week, you never know…
What to wear: Get Classical with the Lowndes Art Deco Pearl and Crystal Earrings.
John Constable, a man who knew just how to capture the England he loved. If you can get yourself down to the Victoria and Albert Museum you will not only get to see some of his galactic masterpieces but you can also see the sketches that shaped his formative years and the Masters who influenced him. You could even take granny, just don’t leave her on her own in case she is mistaken for one of the permanent collection. Can’t get down there? Not a problem, they have rather a splendid book you can order.
What to wear: It’s your sofa, so that’s up to you and how good your central heating is frankly.
Don’t fancy a night out? Great British Bake Off done? Season 4 of Homeland is out on the 12th October and Carrie is now hitting the streets of Kabul. From all the reports, the script writers have taken it back to the gritty first series. If you’re looking for a quiet calming evening, pour yourself a glass of wine and hit the bath tub. For those looking for an adventure to cut out Sunday blues, this is for you.
What to wear: Stand out in a pair of our statement Palermo Gold Earrings
Art Historian = NHS glasses and a Tweed Jacket? Incorrect. Art History UK will give you an injection of enthusiasm and some pretty impressive tours and talks. Intimate, delightful and rather a good date, their Art Shots range from Hogarth’s London to the Art of the Naughties. There is something for everyone and every taste.
Images from The Donmar Warehouse, The Victoria and Albert Museum, Channel 4 and Art History UK.