October has seen a plethora of newness and goodness.
Younger looking skin by morning?
The eyes are the windows to the soul, which is why it’s important to keep them looking fresh, youthful and bright.
Autumn is a great reason for trying out a new fragrance – with changeable weather and styles of clothing the same.
The minimalist Le Labo brand aims to simplify life in your bathroom.
Light in the dark, featuring bergamot and spice against rich black woods such as Cedar wood, Macassar and santal Sri Lanka.
Tom Ford adds to its ever-growing grooming line up with the launch of a creamy, rich and cooling- Tom Ford for Men Shave Cream.
An olfactive impression of the bygone Russian Leather-making craft, practised only by a few remote villages perched on forest edges.
During autumn, the cooler weather and drier air combined with dehydrating central heating means a new approach to skincare is required.
Key notes include Almond Bitter Oil, Tonka Resinoid, Orris Accord, Cashmeran, Leather Accord and Clary Sage Oil.
Inspired by the lush-green and stillness of an ancient Japanese forest.
The launch of muehle-shaving.co.uk signifies MÜHLE’s intent to earn the right to become your weapon(s) of choice for that morning shave routine. German engineering meets the UK.
Bringing lightness to life. The look of a new legend.
The ultimate holiday fragrance.
Ronny Colbie has channeled his passion and knowledge for fragrance into launching his inaugural collection, featuring four uniquely scented candles.
A fresh, vibrant and radiant fragrance.
We picture it being utilised in warm weather, perhaps at dinner in the evening overlooking the Amalfi Coast.
In a world where concrete traditionally represents the mundane fabric of sprawling cityscapes, Comme Des Garçons provide a new context in their unique new fragrance.
Frederic Malle’s new men’s grooming range aims to create ‘care-free charm and masculine elegance.’
Nivea’s first Originals range is being relaunched as the Protect & Care range with a new design, a new scent, and an improved formula.