Sex and the City has finally found a publication home, while Juice Wrld and Will Smith are among this week’s releases
Wearing sex rings is normal for us but what about four different sex rings? Now is your chance to do so (in a curated collection). Glossary of Sex and the City sex rings (£25, Firefly Gallery, London) will buy you a set of rings modelled by a range of characters, from Carrie and Miranda to Samantha, Samantha, Charlotte and the rest. The rings come with vintage prints to complement each individual’s diamond mine.
Sitting the quintessential New York teen-on-a-spending spree, Juice Wrld released the third member of its planned label, JuiceBank. JuicedBank 2015 (£27.99) features a circle of bright colours, while Juice Treasury (£28.99) ups the retro vibe with a sleek green circle surrounding stacks of silver currency.
Aside from starring in endless ads, Aerosmith bassist Tommy Thayer has received honours including the Spike Jonze Award for Creativity. So should we give his new toy Air Charlie (£85, Warby Parker) a try? Made from Neoprene and plastic, this vintage air bag hanger was assembled using many recycled parts and material. The bright red colour may well be to attract tourists, with twinkling lights that follow the airplane overhead.
Stars flock to Equestrian Estate Estate of Southwold for a break in the garden
With its heaving garden and trendy planters, it doesn’t seem just the perfect setting for a party, but a rest and recuperation space. The exclusive trampoline park’s founder, Rory Williams, is behind Foxhall Garden Club, a two-day health retreat, where all of the services and facilities are included. Guided hikes, wellness consultations, catering, relaxation and more.
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