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Fond of Fendi Fashionistas should be dispatched to Rome to get a glimpse of the world of Fendi, which has moved its HQ to the Palazzo Della Civilta Italiana in Rome to celebrate its 90th anniversary. Opening this July, the public can visit the art gallery and atelier featured inside the building, fendi.com


Go for Gstaad Not just a winter option, Gstaad is keen to attract summer visitors too. June 26 to July 5 sees the Davidoff Saveurs gourmet festival, where chefs will be showcasing their skills at hotels. The ATP Suisse Open tennis tournament will be held from July 25 to August 2, and Hublot Polo Gold Cup takes place August 13-16 at Gstaad Polo Club, gstaad.ch/en


Future’s bright Well, it might be in some places right now. And in which case, we suggest these Pique sunglasses in Petrol Havana (£105) by Lacoste, which are feminine but with an urban edge. We would wear them with Lacoste Carnaby Evo leather trainers (£65) or Atalaye leather sandals (£80) and pack a few things in Lacoste’s Nelly Boston shopper (£150) for a long sunny weekend


away, lacoste.com


Greek odyssey Aman’s Greek outpost in the Peloponnese is launching four new overnight cabanas in time for summer. Opening in June, the cabanas will be next to Amanzoe’s beach club and each has its own private garden and pool. The beach club has had two new spa treatment rooms and a gym added, amanresorts.com


Weather here may be patchy, but embrace the summer spirit with our pick of what to wear and where to go by: Becci Dunne


Bodrum beckons Bodrum could be top of the list of summer hotspots this year, given British Airways’ new direct flights from Gatwick and a range of new hotels. Two newcomers are the Jumeirah Bodrum Place, which opened in May, and Swissotel Resort Bodrum Beach, opening in June. Meanwhile, Mandarin Oriental’s temporary Kurochan restaurant by Scott Hallsworth was so popular at this new hotel last year that it’s going to become a permanent feature, gototurkey.co.uk


A Pic-Chic in Paris Entice clients to picnic with Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris. The hotel has teamed up with Veuve Clicquot to offer “Le Pic-Chic” in a beautiful basket, available to order until September for guests (€240 for two people). The setting? Park Monceau, a short stroll from the hotel. The basket will include incredible club sandwiches, Gariguette strawberries and raspberries with sugar, box of macarons and of course a bottle of Veuve Clicquot, leroyalmonceau.com


Don’t miss Missoni Few things say summer more than a


colourful Missoni stripe and One&Only has cottoned on to this, partnering with the Italian fashion house to create a vibrant collection of summer and beachwear pieces. Tropical foliage and brightly coloured flowers found at One&Only’s resorts inspired the colour palette for the collection, featuring just


250 pieces worldwide, from $470-$950, oneandonlyresorts.com


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Casual cool Relaxed styles, sporty looks and cool linens, with a hint of safari – there’s lots of summer inspiration at Comptoir des Cottoniers. Alongside this season’s key indigo colour, there are great macs for when the rain does come – and when it doesn’t, it’s hard to beat Tintel, the sleeveless viscose crepe maxi dress in strawberry (£125), comptoirdescotonniers.co.uk


Asia meets the Alps Alpine meets Asia at the resort found at the centre of the Swiss Alps, The Chedi Andermatt. Keen to extend the season, it has two new summer packages, including yoga retreats from June to September featuring spiritual Buddhist advisors and also a “Tee-off in style” golfing package available from June to October, ghmhotels.com


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