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Words: Francesca Brown, Shannon Peter, Koulla Sergi
Brighten up the 4pm tea run with this geometric patterned teapot from Sarah Campbell (£35, liberty.co.uk).
Motorcycle geek? Let us suggest the RB Madrid Davida Ninety 2 helmet – chic and safe (£298, davida-helmets.com).
We love the vibrant floral details on Vivetta’s prairie trend-inspired skirt (£365, avenue32.com).
Tom Ford Cream Colour eyeshadow in Sphinx looks pretty pressed onto eyelids (£29, harrods.com).
Wear Kurt Geiger’s limited-edition bag cross body or remove the chain and work it as a clutch (£170, kurtgeiger.com).
Whether heading to hatha or bikram, Yogi Peace Club’s tribal mat will keep you steady (£80, stylesportif.com).
Organise your podcasts and discover the latest releases with the smart new app Overcast (free, itunes.apple.com).
With chunky tomatoes and haricot beans, meet your new go-to comfort food: Masons Beans (£2.20, farmdrop.co.uk).
Out on Blu-ray and DVD this week, Suffragette is a great film that needs be seen (£9.99, itunes.apple.com).
Brabantia’s handy new portable laundry bag makes weekend washing a thing of beauty (£27.50, brabantia.com).
Designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s Serif TV for Samsung is low-key tech at its finest (£799.95, johnlewis.com).
Ex Nihilo’s Sweet Morphine fragrance is powdery and woody in equal measure (£150, ex-nihilo-paris.com).
Made from leftovers, Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland’s bird designs are irresistible (£33, hem.com).
These printed trousers are calling out for a pair of white trainers for a chic off-duty look (£26, next.co.uk).
Fairtrade Fortnight starts on Monday, so why not go for ethical bananas? (68p per kg, sainsburys.co.uk).
Meg Rosoff’s Jonathan Unleashed is a brilliant take on finding love in New York (£11.99, waterstones.com).
Gluten and dairy-free, Kind’s Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt bar is the go-to on-the-go fix (99p, tesco.com).
Facialist Sonya Dakar’s Eyeposuction is insane – it makes under-eye circles vanish (£135, cultbeauty.co.uk).
These warm yet stylish boots can handle the most unpredictable weather (£110, sorelfootwear.co.uk).
In a Jacky Tsai-designed bottle, this potato vodka makes the smoothest of martinis (£39.50, harveynichols.com).
Bouclème’s silky Curl Cream will define natural curls without weighing them down (£19, boucleme.co.uk).
Head to the park with David Shrigley’s rather lovely vinyl-inspired Frisbee (£14.95, shop.balticmill.com).
Stop wearing his shirt to bed and try these shirt-styled PJs instead (£95 for set, desmondanddempsey.com).
The ingenious Gekko notebook can grip on to any surface thanks to its clever suction pads (£12.99, foyles.co.uk).
The Foreo Iris fights puffiness by using sonic tech to gently massage the area around the eye (£99, lookfantastic.com).
Friction Free Shaving will deliver new razor blades to your door each month (£5 a month, frictionfreeshaving.co.uk).
Meet the perfect office-to-evening event dress – just add a roll-neck and a block-heel ankle boot (£49.99, mango.com).
Wear this cuff from Pamela Love with your favourite LBD, for full bling effect (£140, net-a-porter.com).
Layer OPI’s Show Us Your Tips lilac polish in a glossy top coat for a bright, grown-up mani (£12.50, opiuk.com).