Your week in chic: Selfridges open a joke shop and Penélope Cruz makes £100 shoes

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Your week in chic: Selfridges open a joke shop and Penélope Cruz makes £100 shoes

News in from the finale of fashion month: prepare for an analog mood. At The Row, guests were banned from using their phones; instead they were given a rather chic Japanese notebook and pencil on their seats to record their observations. Show-goers spent their free time nipping into Sarah Andelman’s (ex creative director of cult Parisian boutique Colette) new book-themed space, Mise en Page, at department store Le Bon Marché. Earlier, both Roksanda and Matthieu Blazy at Bottega Veneta referenced the lo-fi Le Cabanon, Le Corbusier’s one-room, shack-like retreat in the hills above Monaco. At Bottega guests sat on simple wooden stools based on the Modernist’s original piece from his holiday home. Meanwhile at Moschino and Undercover, models accessorised with market bags, bouquets and baguettes (also given to attendees as they left at The Row). Log off, grab a paperback and smell the flowers, kids.

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