Friday 26th of May 2023

Eye Candy Edit #1

In our new series, Eye Candy Edit, we curate our finds from outside of the equestrian arena. First up, Easter gift ideas, wardrobe treats and food inspiration.

eye candy edit artisan du chocolat

Originally created for Gordon Ramsay at Claridges, the mouth watering salted caramels from Artisan Du Chocolat are firm favourites at GPHQ.

This beautifully packaged Easter birdhouse comes filled with mini salted caramel eggs. £12.99 available online and in store.


eye candy edit emma bridgewater

For those not craving a sweet fix this Easter, check out this gorgeous new book by Emma Bridgewater.

‘Pattern’ celebrates Emma’s 30 year design success with recipes and catalogues every design in her archive. £20.00 available online and in store.


This delightful rustic rabbit, made from weighty concrete, will look wonderful either gracing your Easter table or hidden in the garden as a surprise finale to your Easter egg hunt. Available online from Cox & Cox, £18.50


If, like me, you are stay-cationing at home this Easter holidays, fear not. Give your cheeks a healthy glow without hitting the slopes with Benefit’s long lasting Cha Cha Tint. £24.50, ASOS

As we look forward to longer days and warmer weather, the Crofton jumpsuit, from Baukjen, offers chic comfort in abundance. Made from heavyweight jersey, this is an effortless piece to have ready for when the temperatures rise. £109, available online


ME+EM mix the trends of the season with accessible style. What’s more, a few key pieces won’t break the bank. The Perfect V Neck, shown here in natural white (other colours available), is an asset to any wardrobe. £35.00, available online

9095476674590This natty little backpack from Accessorize is currently reduced to £28. There’s room for a laptop, ipad, keys, wallet and it looks lovely too. 

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This pretty domed 2-Tier Slate Serving Set from Lakeland will showcase your baking beautifully or can be used for cheese. £31.59, available online.


Salad Love, by David Bez, really does take the hard work out of deciding what to make. Packed full of colourful photos and interesting combinations, lunch at GPHQ has become a great deal more enjoyable and nutritious. £14.88, available on Amazon.

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