September arrives this weekend in all of its Fashion Month-y, Turner Prize-ery glory; that means, giving the official summer months one final and befittingly bright and breezy send off. Happily, a ‘pocket of countryside’ awaits to be discovered (in its final running days) in the Victorian gardens of East London’s Geffrey Museum.

Conceptualised by creative lifestyle company, Bourne & Hollingsworth, the organic, original oasis looks a hella’ lot like our garden of dreams; featuring makeshift cocktail bars, handcrafted potting sheds, tree houses, veggie patches and handpicked furniture, with ‘garden (a.k.a. bar) tenders’ in full character, delivering fresh, seasonal and sustainable cocktails and locally-sourced BBQ grub via wheel barrows.

If there was ever a time to don a Tibi skirt that’s made for swishing – and pairing with Proenza Schouler eyelet-embellished mules – that time is now! Plus, seeing as we’re entering trans-seasonal territory, lightweight layers can be swapped out in favour of fine-knit cable braided jumpers, like this from & Other Stories, all accessorised with perennial matchy-matchy accessories via Marques'Almeida and Stella McCartney.

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In case you missed it, read our guide to the arts, fashion and fun happenings you need to be at this September.