February is a month that demands a gift spree. If you’re running short of ideas, perhaps our market findings should help.
Margerit’s ‘Babylon’ collection is now available in the Middle East. Rich in lion motifs, the design influence has centred on the power, strength and vitality of the king of the jungle. Using white and yellow gold, diamonds and other gems, the collection consists of earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets and cufflinks.
Carmine is the colour that has long been associated with love and romance. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Fendi offers two of its most coveted watches in the scarlet hue. The brand brings the models, Crazy Carats and Chameleon, for those bitten by the love bug.
Mr Porter, an online shopping destination for stylish men, has published its first paperback book. It includes advice on fashion, cars, interiors, design and music, plus insider style tips, interviews and profiles. The book is a manual for posh life dedicated to men.
Fujifilm has introduced in Bahrain their new XF1 camera. It is the first lifestyle piece from the X-series range, boasting a matching lens and sensor as well as a compact body to act as an everyday accessory. The camera is available in three colours: black, red and brown. Fashion and design addicts will love the use of leather and aluminum.
If you didn’t have the opportunity to travel in the holidays, why don’t you treat yourself and your beloved this month to a mini-vacation? You can enjoy the special package at The Ritz-Carlton Bahrain Hotel & Spa; stay three nights and pay for two. Indulge in all of their state-of-the-art facilities for a break without exiting the country.
At first glance
If you love shopping, your next stop ought to be Marks & Spencer’s website for the Middle East. Now, before going to the store, you can check the latest fashion, beauty, food and homeware products you want to purchase. It saves time and you can think twice, instead of an impulsive buy. Visit www.marksandspencer.ae.
Past and present
“In The Pocket” is the name given to this Hermès pocket-watch that turns into a wrist version at its owner’s whim. Nestled inside a leather jacket, it pays a tribute to the original model given to Jacqueline Hermès by her father 100 years ago.