February 14th, 2020
On My Radar

FT’s New ‘How To Spend It’

Years ago kic was listed as a favorite site in the Financial Times’ How To Spend It magazine. I would have missed the mention if I hadn’t been a subscriber. Fortunately, FT had the good sense to appoint Jo Ellison to editor of How To Spend It as the magazine was in desperate need of updating. Jo’s welcome letter talks to the upcoming changes, and this story on Malgosia Bela is the inaugural fashion spread. Well done, Jo.

Photography by Kuba Ryniewicz Styling by Isabelle Kountoure

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GUCCI

Gucci Horsebit 1955 mini bag

MALONE SOULIERS

Gavi crossover-strap leather slides

BROCK COLLECTION

Wool-blend cardigan

SAINT LAURENT

Le Maillon leather sandals

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Suzanne mini leather cross-body bag

SAINT LAURENT

Jota chain-embellished leather sandals

MATTEAU

Broderie-cotton maxi skirt

PRADA

Single-breasted hooded raincoat

BOTTEGA VENETA

Leather sandals

SAINT LAURENT

Flower brooch

SAINT LAURENT

Le Maillon leather shoulder bag

GUCCI

Aviator-style gold-tone and acetate sunglasses

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  • Great story. So good to see Malgosia Bela back. Some of my favourite clothes in the 90s were Jil Sander. I still have a gorgeous mauve linen dress from Browns in South Moulton Street London. She sold them then. And she sells these now.

    Jillian RossFebruary 14th, 2020  2:50 PM

     
  • I’ve loved following this much needed update. Do you know where I can find issues in the US, or is digital the only option? Thanks Preston!

    MichelleFebruary 15th, 2020  9:37 AM

     
  • Please disregard – I discovered the app! 🙂

    MichelleFebruary 15th, 2020  9:50 AM

     
  • There is no one more chic than Jo Ellison!! Love the inaugural issue.

    LaurenFebruary 18th, 2020  1:44 PM

     
  • With respect !!!

    mamaligadocDecember 20th, 2020  8:36 AM

     

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