Inspired by Greenery, Pantone's Colour of the Year 2017, these items are sure to keep you in touch with the natural world

15 September, 2017

No colour has the ability to revitalise as much as green. Mimic the wonder of nature’s most abundant tone and inject some energy into your everyday with these bright and cheerful possessions, all available at The Royal Exchange.


Optical specialists Tom Davies don’t only offer prescription eyewear, they also stock a range of stylish sunglasses. Inspired by the iconic aviator design, the London collection brings a contemporary update to the popular style with mirror lenses, handcrafted pure titanium frames and cotton acetate tips. Available in an array of bright and bold colour options, such as matt electric green pair pictured above.

London collection sunglasses, from £395, Tom Davies


The concept for the Raindance jewellery collection came to Boodles director of design, Rebecca Hawkins, when she observed raindrops gliding down a marble sculpture on a visit to the Chelsea Flower show. The beautiful pieces celebrate patterns in nature that appear delightfully random yet, in fact, follow a meticulous order. The Raindance Watercolour collection further emphasises the notion, comprising coloured gemstones and diamonds in unique combinations.

Emerald and diamond Raindance ring, £9,000, Boodles


Penhaligon’s English Fern fragrance is a long-standing favourite with fans of the perfumery’s evocative scents. Verdant woodlands and English countryside come to life in an uplifting combination of clover, oakmoss, patchouli and sandalwood, topped with heady geranium and lavender blooms to create an exceptionally fresh spritz.

English Fern eau de toilette, £97 for 100ml, Penhaligon’s


Is there anything as alluring as a blank page? Start the new season with a clean slate and clear mind by jotting all your thoughts down in one of Smythson’s luxury leather, boldly coloured notebooks. Available in a variety of tones, shapes, sizes, and motto engravings, all featuring the brand’s signature gilt-edged pages and pale blue featherweight paper.

Runway Notebook in green, £65, Smythson