If you've ever fancied yourself as a toe-tapping Fred Astaire doing Puttin' on the Ritz then you should probably check out these Farley Jazz Shoes from Victor & Rolf.
Crafted in Italy, the shoes have a classic black and white brogue look, but a lighter leather sole and cotton mesh upper perfect for warmer weather. A great summer shoe for adding a masculine retro edge to floaty skirts and floral prints – and breaking into a spot of fancy footwork if the mood strikes.
The shoes cost £335 and you can buy them from Selfridges.
Modern-day fashion retailer Uniqlo has teamed up with an iconic, old school jazz label, producing the Uniqlo x Blue Note Records t-shirt range.
Uniqlo has teamed up with Blue Note for a range of shirts based on its classic album sleeves or the fonts used on the sleeves.Dexter Gordon's Go and Joe Henderson's In 'N Out are above, but check out the uniqlo site for the full 21 t-shirts in the range, most of which are available in various colours and all of which are made of 100 per cent cotton.
When the weather turns hot, stay looking cool for a fairly modest outlay. Each one retails for just £12.99.
It's certainly colourful, with its use of pink, and the lines of its pattern could well be explained by a Jazz Age influence. However, it's also reminiscent of the 1960s Lucienne Day bed linen we featured earlier in the month and the Op-Art style lines of this design could suggest a sixties influence too. Whatever era you attribute its influence to, it's an undeniably eye-catching pattern.
Prices start at £10 for a pillowcase and £35 for a single duvet cover.
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The design captures the decadence you'd associate with that period, with a range of beautiful ladies in varying states of undress, each illustrated in their own decorative frame. The design is crammed full of the cheeky charm that you'd associate with Dupenny's products.
Like the ladies pictured, however, it doesn't come cheap. A panel of the wallpaper measures 52cm by 3m and costs £75.
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You can't beat the Art Deco style for added instant glamour to your home. It's that era that informs these Normandie chairs from Benchmark.
The clue is in their name. Designed by Terence Conran, he's drawn inspiration from the famous Deco liner SS Normandie which entered service in 1935. This translates into the sleek lines of the chair which are available with either an oak or upholstered back and in natural oak, or a 'mocha stained' colour. The chairs don't come with the striking geometric fabric pictured (though you can ring the company and ask about it) and instead they're upholstered in the customer's own fabric, allowing you to make your own interpretation of the look.
This glamorous look comes with a price tag of £595.
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