Lily & Lionel for Smith travel accessories

Style monitor: we’re all wrapped up in Lily and Lionel

Hidden Venice | Lily and Lionel scarf for Mr & Mrs SmithYou want a stylish packing tip? We’ve got a great one: this must-have accessory is the sort of indispensable, tackle-all-climates, wear-anywhere, outfit-perking, round-the-world wonder you won’t know how you did without. And <blush>, this little Lily and Lionel number has Mr & Mrs Smith written all over it…

We’ve long been fans of Lily and Lionel’s iconic accessories (along with some of the world’s most fashion-savvy travellers) – their beautiful, featherlight printed cashmere and silk scarves hide a secret image that’s only revealed when unfurled. At Mr & Mrs Smith we’re so wrapped up in them (quite literally), we’ve collaborated on our own exclusive collection of picture-perfect wraps to inspire and cosset.

The three super-soft scarves bear gorgeous travel images by our photographer Adrian Houston – based on City, Coast and Country colourways – and are big enough to hang to the knees or drape comfortably twice around your neck (which, as any style maven knows, is de rigueur). Choose from enigmatic Hidden Venice (pictured above), with its chiaroscuro shades of gold, black and red; dive into the cool, cobalt-hued See you in Santorini (below left); or have yourself a Highland Fling (below right) with a cheeky ginger cow (puns intended). Did someone say ‘Christmas’?

Limited-edition silk-modal wraps, £100 each, Lily and Lionel for Mr & Mrs Smith (available exclusively online at

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As well as wordsmithing online, in print, in the press and for Smith TV, Lucy Fennings has been a driving force in making the Smith Travel Blog an award-winner. Mr & Mrs Smith's Group Editor cut her travel teeth early; as daughter of a hotel PR, she visited far-flung flophouses from French châteaux to Ethiopian tukuls. After a year in Dubai (working on Emirates Woman magazine and enjoying the kind of dives that require a wetsuit), Lucy went to Glasgow University to study art, literature and whisky. A stint as production editor at Legalease publishing was spent discovering how to be creative with copy about tax, followed quickly by a stint discovering more interesting things across south-east Asia. When Mr & Mrs Smith found her, Lucy was at Harper’s Bazaar, keeping her finger on fashion’s pulse and sharpening her editorial knife on hapless hotel PR copy.

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