Let us introduce you: hot list. Whether it’s a much-needed pampering, a quick interior update, a cool ticket-booking event, or a wardrobe update, here’s Marie Claire’s edition of the best ways to indulge.
Here at Marie Claire Headquarters, we’re constantly on the lookout for secret sales, new brands, fun events, signature beauty treatments, and cool coffee table books. We also love updating our home with a new piece of pottery, art, or a delicious new candle.
We’ve rounded up the best things to do, see and buy this week. There are new store openings, new fashion brands, A-list collaborations, grooming updates, and just generally beautiful and useful things to know to make your downtime as stylish as you are.
This is your ultimate shopping list, so check back with us every week so you can hit the stores fully informed about what’s new and what’s new every week. Click to see our favorite picks…
What’s on our radar this week: Wilderness Reserve Fire Feasts
If you’re anything like us, staying at Wilderness Reserve is on the bucket list. Set on 8,000 private acres, this bucolic Suffolk idyll is home to a bevy of exclusive-use cottages, luxury vacation cabins, and off-grid retreats (the latter being among the most popular retreats thanks to digital detox nature of properties) and has become the go-to destination for people who want to get back to nature authentically, without giving up the luxurious interiors and spa facilities that really add to the whole 360 R&R experience.
Our advice? Make your trip even more special by reserving your place in a Fire Festival in the Wild Reserve – the ultimate outdoor dining experience that you won’t soon forget. Starting in 2022, Fire Feasts will launch quarterly, featuring a rotating schedule of Michelin-starred chefs cooking up epic culinary delights in a magical secluded forest, their Instagram-ready table under the watchful eyes of ancient trees.
And, because the Wilderness is known for its innovative thinking, expect your fireside feast to include a side of ax throwing in the woods, fire shows, and live music.
Go to Natural reserve for more information.