The A List: 5 October

Grace Belgravia hosts a jewellery sale for a good cause, plus more unmissable events

Same Sky Jewels On 16 October, Grace Belgravia (pictured above) is hosting a cocktail sale of jewellery made by this wonderful women’s collective in Rwanda.

BFI London Film Festival With 243 films on offer over 12 days (ending on 15 October), this is one of my favourite events in the capital.

Shilajit This luxury daily supplement is a distillation of vitamins, nutrients, minerals, enzymes, electrolytes and amino acids, and has been touted by the Ayurvedic community as the optimum carrier of nutrition into the body. Only found in the Himalayas, it is famed for its anti-ageing, strengthening and rejuvenating properties, and is ideal for balancing your blood sugar and sharpening your mind. Worth every penny!

‘Illuminating India: Photography 1857–2017’ London’s Science Museum is celebrating the 70th anniversary of Indian independence with a pictorial history, from turbulent Indian mutiny to the now burgeoning culture of expression.

Who Is Rich? by Matthew Klam (£20.96, Random House) Hot off the press is Klam’s latest novel of love and lust in midlife. He addresses questions of monogamy and family amid envy, alienation and bitterness in a story so intense I simply couldn’t put the book down.

Almost Essential Girls Wanna Have Fun Day An incredible array of luxury goods are on offer at this fabulous sale on 10 October (10am to 7pm at 57 Redcliffe Road, London SW10). Be sure to check out Natascha Traun’s cocktail rings and Write in Lights’ custom neon signs.

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