Beautiful and bizarre things to buy: From Stoneware petite casseroles to Coco Mulberry Silk Pyjama
Top Chef: Stoneware petite casseroles
Baking for one has never been as fun. Le Creuset’s little stoneware casseroles in shades of almond, teal, flame, Marseille blue and more, are perfect for slow-cooked stews, hearty soups, elegant gratins, fluffy souffles and other beautiful desserts. Available at Le-creuset.in; prices start from Rs 2,100.
Dress Circle: Coco Mulberry Silk Pyjama by Olivia von Halle
Inspired by fashion icon Coco Chanel’s personal style, this collection features delicate mother of pearl buttons and ivory piping. You can also monogram your initials to make this relationship official. At Oliviavonhalle.com; Rs32,600
Tracking Titles: The Spirits: A Guide To Modern Cocktailing by Richard Godwin
The acclaimed journalist and cocktail enthusiast’s latest book can transform languid evenings into a full-bodied celebration of flavours and textures. With this guide, mixing a perfect negroni may feel more appealing—and addictive—than swiping left and right on a screen. At Amazon.in; Rs 2,660.
Vanity Fair: HiMirror Plus+ smart mirror
Mirror mirror on the wall, can you perform a skin analysis and tell all? With the help of a five skin-type index, the HiMirror Plus+ analyses your skin condition and provides a to-do list to help revitalize it. If you need to fix a spa appointment for that, let Amazon’s home assistant Alexa take over. Available at Himirror.com and Amazon.com; $299
Carry On: Wonder Woman clutch by Maria Iqbal
Dubai-based artist Maria Iqbal’s pop-art accessories come with sage advice. This hand-painted statement clutch serves as a friendly reminder to fight superwoman syndrome and prioritize self-care. Tip: Iqbal also offers custom-made versions of these clutches—send her a selfie and she’ll transform you into a superhero of your choice. Available at Mariaiqbal.com; $800.