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Words: Francesca Brown, Annie Davies, Sophie Henderson
The School Of Life’s new Stay Or Leave? cards may be the perfect thing after Valentine’s… (£10, theschooloflife.com).
The Eighties trend continues. Stand out in this statement Marc Jacobs sweater (£245, veryexclusive.co.uk).
Yoke Ayurveda Apothecary Balancing Hair Oil deeply nourishes even the driest of ends (£30, freepeople.com).
Rob Ryan’s new print is all about showing compassion in 2017. Hell, yeah (£85, shop.balticmill.com).
This button-down skirt will look great for work with tights now, or bare legs come summer (£110, reiss.com).
For the front and rear, Bookman’s rechargeable curved lights help you see and be seen on your bike (£33, bookman.se).
American Honey is a raw, mesmerising film with an amazing turn by lead Sasha Lane (£10, zavvi.com).
LG’s portable PH150G HD projector means you can take Netflix everywhere you go (£299, amazon.co.uk).
Diptyque’s Rosa Mundi candle layers damask and centifolia rose, and has delicate floral artistry (£48, diptyqueparis.co.uk).
Snap and squeeze Rowse’s new Pure Honey & Lemon for an pick-me-up in flu season (£3, waitrose.com).
Caravane’s Teia throw is hand-weaved in the Portuguese mountains and has a Sixties vibe (£115, caravane.fr).
The burst of fresh florals and coffee make YSL’s Black Opium Floral Shock highly addictive (£70, yslbeauty.co.uk).
The perfect jewellery box, complete with fawn turning to Tales From The Vienna Woods by Strauss (£17, tickety-boo.co.uk).
The new M&S collection is causing a fashion frenzy – we predict a riot for this bomber (£69, marksandspencer.com).
Dolce & Gabbana The Nail Lacquer in Passione is a punchy magenta that will brighten up your mani (£21, harrods.com).
Add a ray of sunshine to your outfit with Kurt Geiger’s playfully stylish keyhole bag (£150, kurtgeiger.com).
Monreal London’s rainbow shorts have an inner layer for insulation. Clever! (£140, monreallondon.com)
Meet Freya, the world’s first birch sap spirit, named after the Norse goddess of love (£37, freyaspirit.com).
Organise your work, life admin and travel plans with Typo’s pretty manila folders (£4 for five, typo.com).
Soaper Duper Rich & Creamy Vanilla Shea Butter Body Wash smells like ice cream (£6.50, soaperduper.com).
Add sweet liquid to this colourful station and care for butterflies this springtime (£6.49, rspb.org.uk).
Naked Heart Foundation gets 50% of sales from Malone Souliers x Natalia Vodianova shoes (£389, 27 Feb, stylebop.com).
We want this bright and contemporary take on the bedside cabinet by Ferm Living (£325, naken.co.uk).
Hourglass Girl Lip Stylos are powerfully named – Warrior, anyone? Wear yours with pride (£26, harveynichols.com).
Channelling Sherlock, 24 and The Fall, Ragdoll is OTT, brilliant and addictive (£9.99, waterstones.com).
Sweep Tom Ford Cheek Colour in Flush across the apple of cheeks for an effortless dewy glow (£48, selfridges.com).
Levi’s classic 501 range has been extended to include a slimmer leg style (£95, levi.com).
Rough Guides’ new podcast features brilliant people talking about their travels (free, itunes.com).
The big, bold earring is still the only way to adorn ears. Dress down with a plain jersey T-shirt (£70, bimbaylola.com).