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Citizen Femme Hotlist: 10.10.22

Whether we are indulging in art at home, or travelling to satiate our cultural appetite, this week’s hotlist has creativity at its heart.

Pick your nourishment (cultural or otherwise) based on your dosha. Read on to find out more.

WEAR THIS  Strathberry cashmere 

It’s time to cosy up, and Strathberry’s cashmere collection is the perfect destination for winter layering. We’re indulging in complete cashmere. Cashmere hats, cashmere gloves, cashmere wrapping scarves and luxe cashmere capes and ponchos, all with Strathberry’s understated chic style. Come the slopes or winter wonderland, the neutral colour palette – spiced up by a light tones of deep red, orange, and pink –  will perfectly complement your winter wardrobe. These are timeless wardrobe staples to cherish year after year.

BOOK THIS La Valise San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

With a background in locally-rooted boutique design hotels, Namron Hospitality – known for valuing authentic travel experiences around Mexico – is opening up in one of the country’s most historic cities: the vibrant San Miguel de Allende. In the charming cobblestone streets, just behind a vermillion colonial façade, lies an urban oasis with a Zen Garden at its heart. Surrounded by cascading plants, peaceful pools, art installations, and Aztec symbolism are six magnificent suites. A series of psychedelic art installations and unique objets d’art adorn the property, paired with delicate pieces of mid-century furniture, textiles, and Mexican crafts.

TRY THIS Vedayush 

As we nourish our minds, we also need to know how to nourish our skin and body. Inspired by ancient Ayurvedic wisdom which originated in India over 5000 years ago, Vedayush brings products created from over 99% natural ingredients, based on your dosha. What does that mean? According to Ayurveda, there are three doshas, or constitutions, that determine each person’s mind and body type: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Complete a short quiz to find out your bespoke Vedayush self-care routine, helping you to balance mind, body, and beauty.

The Vedayush range includes some of India’s most cherished products including Ubtan Powders, Energising Facial Oils, and Restoring Body Masks. Using gotu kola, hemp oil, coconut oil, rose, and pomegranate, not only are the products almost 100% organic, the brand also respects the planet, with 100% reusable bottles and mindful packaging. Use this with a clear conscience.

SNAP THIS Es Devlin at Annabel’s 

Following collaborations with Damien Hirst and Joseph Klibansky in previous years, Annabel’s has now commissioned a new large-scale work by British contemporary artist Es Devlin. The 8-foot illuminated sculpture dominates the entrance of the building, with projection-mapped enlarged pencil drawings layered over ink-printed birch panels. An inscribed outline of the artist’s hand is perforated with her closely-observed, enlarged pencil drawings of some of London’s most endangered species, including the Skylark, Kingfisher, European Eel, Upright Goosefoot, Phoenix Fly, and many more. Worthy of your instagram feed, walk pass Berkeley Square and catch a snap of this spectacular installation.

GO TO THIS Monet-Mitchell Exhibition st Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris 

 

Featuring an unprecedented dialogue between the works of two exceptional artists – Claude Monet and American painter Joan Mitchell – the “Monet-Mitchell” exhibition at Fondation Louis Vuitton is now open, presenting each artist’s unique response to a shared landscape. This exhibition is complemented by a retrospective of Joan Mitchell’s work, enabling the public to discover more about her unique art. With over 100 works on display across the two exhibitions (across eight galleries), enjoy an enchanting and immersive journey through 70 iconic works by both artists, including Monet’s Water Lilies and pastels by Mitchell. The Fondation has for the very first time, created a visual, artistic and sensorial poetic dialogue between the two artists.

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