27 February 2021

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Patter champions a life less cluttered and more thoughtful. We find beauty – and pleasure – in the everyday.


Label to Love — Sea

Feb-2021 style

Each season we fall a little more in love with New York brand Sea. The latest pre-fall 2021 collection presented on Vogue Runway has given us a welcome wave of optimism and excitement.

Basic Considerations — The Joy of Comfort Dressing


There’s nothing like finding clothes that bring a boost to your everyday, that elevate the ordinary. From the perfect sweatshirt to a classic white tee, Sunspel designs do just that. Invest to update your two mile wardrobe.

Make Life A Beach With Stüssy and Comme des Garçons


Escape to Southern California with this surf-inspired fragrance collaboration rooted in streetwear legend.

Patter Playlist 11 — Feeling it All


Our monthly playlist of important female artists and their songs for right now. Swedish artist El Perro del Mar is a soothing tonic, ‘Queen of Canto-pop’ Faye Wong's 90s album Eco Pack, and nostalgic beats from Foxy Brown.

A Simple Guide to a Modern Manicure


The at-home manicure has surfaced as a new favourite moment in our beauty regimes. As well as providing a momentary self-care fix, a good nail brings a surprising amount of joy and rarely goes unnoticed on a Zoom call.

Things to Go-See — 3 Exhibitions that Cheer


With no fixed re-opening date for galleries, we bookmark three exhibitions recommended to lift your mood and wake your brain.

A Thank You Letter to Cold Water Swimming


Laura Bradley offers a personal account of the benefits of cold water swimming and some expert tips on how to start.

Details that Count — 6 Wine Glasses for All Occasions


A selection of everyday glassware refined enough for all of your dining moments.

Patter Playlist — 10


Our monthly playlist of important female artists and their songs for right now. Majja's majestic Bobby Womack sample is both soothing and progressive. Pseudonymous British collective SAULT are lovingly on repeat, their album (of the year) is well worth a moment of exploration.