From moon-energised water to raffia sandals: this week’s fashion trends

Big Little Lies

Big Little Lies returns for a second season this month. Photograph: HBO

Going up

Poetic polos Gucci has stitched a line from a William Wordsworth poem on to a shirt. The Romantics ftw.

Screen time The second season of Big Little Lies is on HBO/Sky Atlantic from 10 June. Settle in.

Canicross Fitness trend for running cross-country with your dog, obvs. Mush mush.

Undercut art Like Etch A Sketch for hair. Halle Berry is a master of this hidden hairstyle, revealing her latest at a recent screening of her new film, John Wick: Chapter 3.

Stories of Mondquelle AKA moon water – bottled at source, beneath a full moon to harness lunar energy, or something. What can we say, Victoria Beckham’s a fan.

Bubble dressing See Isabelle Huppert on the Cannes red carpet, in soap suds-like sequins.

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 So-long soggy salad – it’s time to reclaim the lunch break. Photograph: LeszekCzerwonka/Getty Images/iStockphoto

Going down

Beauty fridges Blogger Tiffany Lynette Davis has fashioned her own washing machine for blending sponges in a cleansing tutorial. Yes, really.

See-through accessories Too sweaty in summer. Swap to raffia instead – we like Charlotte Olympia’s bucket bags and sandals.

Basic armchairs A new book celebrating 100 years of Herman Miller’s furniture design is giving us serious Ikea regret.

Post-beer fear Repeat after Rihanna: “Nothing about me makes me embarrassed about me.”

Red carpet loafers Allbirds’ ultra-sensible, uber-simple trainers were worn by Bill Murray at Cannes.

Sad desk salads It’s time to reclaim the lunch break, according to blogger ManRepeller. We agree.

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