The August bank holiday has been and gone, and while this may mark the symbolic end of summer, I’m brimming with excitement for the season ahead. The spectrum of red, orange and yellow leaves that will soon blanket the parks, the dinner parties that start to replace barbecues in the diary, and of course the return of TV favourites such as Bake Off. After a humid few months, I’m even looking forward to the impending chill in the air! The dropping temperature equals investment purchases ahead – coats, cashmere and boots among them. Fortunately the Style & Living team is here to help you navigate the season’s updates. From fashion to food, flowers and beauty, be sure to visit regularly for the latest from our team of expert editors. Here’s to an awesome autumn!
Our latest flowers brochure is about to hit the shelves in your local store, but if you can't wait for a seasonal update our autumn bouquets, plants and gifts are already available to pre-order online. Choose from in-season favourites including stylish brassicas and bright sunflowers, and make somebody's day.
Having worked for Time Out, ES Magazine, Vogue and The Observer, Davis is also a kids’ style blogger. As the new kids and lingerie editor for M&S.com, she combines her love of grown-up fashion with her knowledge of childrenswear.
Emma’s career started when a ‘break-up perm’ inspired her to help women with real-world beauty advice. She’s written for the likes of Glamour, Fabulous and the MailOnline and her desk is always piled high with products she’s testing for you.
Voted one of GQ’s 10 most stylish men on the planet, a muse of Dolce & Gabbana and a lover of seriously fast cars, we take a spin round the iconic Goodwood racecourse with the M&S model and style icon, in this month’s In The Moment.
Barton started her career at French Vogue and has since worked for Elle, Topshop, Harper’s Bazaar, Net-a-Porter.com and Matchesfashion.com. Her fashion know-how makes her an invaluable Style & Living team member.
Matched by his knowledge, Ian’s passion for menswear has seen him spend time at Marc Jacobs to Marks & Spencer via Drapers and Asos. A man of substance as well as style, he’s known for his ability to cram in an early-morning workout and still be first at his desk.