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The Berkeley's Fashionable Tea... Peering Ahead at Tory Burch...

At afternoon tea, the Berkeley in London is serving up sweets inspired by designs from Victoria Beckham, Tory Burch and Miu Miu.

LOOK OUT: Look, the French brand that claims to have invented the pivot binding for skis, is to launch a range of clothes that can be worn on the slopes or in the city. The capsule collection, comprising a cashmere sweater, a down jacket and a hat, will go on sale at trendy Paris boutique Colette at the end of August. Look was founded in 1951 and has a following of Olympian skiers, including Jean-Claude Killy, Jean Vuarnet and Alberto Tomba. Retail prices range from 70 euros, or $100 at current exchange, for a hat, to 1,200 euros, or $1,735, for a down jacket.

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