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Words: Francesca Brown, Daniela Morosini, Emi Papanikola
Morphe’s Nature Glow Eyeshadow Palette has 35 shades for all your neutral needs (£20.75, cultbeauty.co.uk).
Stylist readers can pick up a National Art Pass for just £10 and get a free Camille Walala tote (£10, artfund.org/stylist).
Take notes, draw or doodle with the very clever Bamboo Spark digital notebook (£119.99, eu-store.wacom.com).
Hit the park with Jan Kallwejt for Noted’s instantly recognisable, printed kite (£10.50, twentytwentyone.com).
All proceeds from Foreo’s Luna Mini 2 Save The Sea edition go towards ocean conservation (£99, foreo.com).
Sxollie’s award-winning cider is the perfect accompaniment to summer evenings (£1.99, waitrose.com).
These multi-coloured thread earrings will brighten up even the worst of summer days (£15, johnlewis.com).
New brand MAiK London’s ingenious tray table can be folded up when not in use (£85, maiklondon.com).
Garnier’s olive oil-infused Mythic Olive Weightless Nourishing Balm resets sun-damaged hair (£2.99, boots.com).
Wear this bandana-print scarf around your wrist, waist or neck to add edge to any outfit (£15, marksandspencer.com).
Cacoon’s one-person, waterproof suspended tent makes for the perfect hideaway (£225, houseology.com).
Fresh’s Vitamin Nectar Vibrancy-Boosting Face Mask contains natural fruit acids to exfoliate skin (£52, fresh.com).
Gluten-free, vegan and very moreish, Hippeas’ chickpea puffs make 3pm bearable (£1.20, planetorganic.com).
Shabby Stores’ sunburst mirror is all you need to add a dash of retro style to your home (£75.90, ohwhatsthis.com).
Topshop gives this season’s staple button-down skirt a twist with American patches (£35, topshop.com).
Cardology’s handcrafted 3D cards are the perfect way to say congrats, thanks or happy birthday (£6, cardology.co.uk).
Neal’s Yard hand spray uses witch hazel and thyme to sanitise hands on the go (£6.50, nealsyardremedies.com).
Behold Chocolate And Love’s beautifully packaged chocolate (from £2.50, organicfreshfoodcompany.co.uk).
A camel coat is a wardrobe staple – mix things up a bit with Mango’s suede version (£34.99, mango.com).
You’ll be surprised at the colour intensity of L’Oréal Paris’ Infallible Sexy Balm (£4.99, boots.com).
Elina Linardaki’s sandals are inspired by the colourful spirit of Latin America (£138, matchesfashion.com).
For a complete take on the legend himself, read Paul Morley’s fascinating The Age Of Bowie (£20, waterstones.com).
Early Madonna meets contemporary electropop on Shura’s new album Nothing’s Real (£8.99, itunes.apple.com).
Playful with a pop of yellow, this Comme Des Garçons Play top is perfect for summer (£96.06, farfetch.com).
From steak boxes to cheese subscriptions, Market Porter is foodie heaven (from £14, marketporter.com).
With notes of jasmine and geranium, Dolce & Gabbana’s Velvet Pure is opulence in a bottle (£165, harrods.com).
JW Anderson’s colour- pop bag is the easiest way to spice up a low-key look (£695, j-w-anderson.com).
Dock & Bay’s microfibre towel dries instantly, making it perfect for a trip to the lido (£14.99, dockandbay.co.uk).
Zootropolis is funny, clever and definitely not just for the kids. The sloth scene is genius (£14.99, storehmv.com).