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This tunic will take you through to summer. Layer it now then wear on its own on warmer days (£29.99, zara.com).
Foxes’ new album All I Need is crammed with British pop-infused brilliance (£10.99, itunes.apple.com).
A spritz of Little Moon Essentials Clear Skies Mist is perfect for when stress strikes (£9, urbanoutfitters.com).
You bring the nibbles, we’ll bring Noodoll’s seriously cute paper cups (£3.50 for eight, noodoll.com).
Outfit in need of a stylish lift? Then make this resin necklace your go-to accessory (£15, evans.co.uk).
Simone Rocha’s scuba-jersey bag is the only way to accessorise an outfit (£365, brownsfashion.com).
Fresh and delicate, Holy Grass vodka is the ideal way to say goodbye to Dry January (£34, dunnetbaydistillers.co.uk).
This cherry and beech wood vanity is for those who take washing very seriously (£4,560, vandabaths.com).
Cult concealer brand Amazing Cosmetics’ new foundation is just as perfect (£28, marksandspencer.com).
Instantly brighten up your kitchen surfaces with Camilla Engdahl’s polkadot cutting board (£25.22, clippings.com).
Made.com’s beautiful new Jangala velvet cushion channels 2016’s outdoors/indoors trend (£30, made.com).
As YSL’s Love Pink pastel polish catches the light, green sparkles appear on your nails (£19, yslbeauty.co.uk).
Rose Rankin’s collection is full of standout printed trainers. We want to hunt down the cheetah print (£169, roserankin.com).
Infuse water with berries, cucumber or ginger using Bio Synergy’s nifty new bottle (£14.99, bio-synergy.co.uk).
For the first time, you can personalise a Fortnum’s hamper with the initials of your choice (£275, fortnumandmason.com).
Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard are utterly mesmerising as the unhinged Macbeths (£9.99, amazon.co.uk).
Perfect for gardening or clutter clearing, this bucket bag comes in a range of primary colours (£24, nookshop.co.uk).
The entire price of Clinique’s new lipstick goes to the Kiss It Better cancer charity (£15, houseoffraser.co.uk).
Bypass the stationery cupboard in favour of Paperchase’s neat set of neon highlighters (£4, paperchase.co.uk).
US label Trademark gives everyday pieces a twist. Cue this T-shirt with a scallop lace trim (£125, matchesfashion.com).
Channel the Eighties trend with these combat jeans from the new Asos White collection (£55, asos.com).
Meet Bad’Gammon – a new French take on backgammon for big and small kids alike (£22, ruedespetits.co.uk).
This Orris & Sandalwood Cologne is where heady woody notes meet light florals (£105, jomalone.co.uk).
Add real heat to a meal by making your own wasabi paste (£12.50 for 50g, thewasabicompany.co.uk).
Told by different narrators, The Life And Death Of Sophie Stark is one of the big books for 2016 (£4.99, itunes.apple.com).
The chemical-free Make Up Eraser cloth gently removes even waterproof mascara (£17, selfridges.com).
This sateen khaki bomber jacket will look great paired with a cream rollneck (£27.99, newlook.com).
Vain Sthlm’s Swedish headphones are stylish and excellent on the commute (£62.50, available for delivery to UK, vainsthlm.com).
Take a British interiors icon wherever you go with one of Newgate’s Corgi watches (£135, newgatewatches.com).