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Words: Francesca Brown, Alara Basul, Emi Papanikola
Colour code your reading with these cute sticky house page markers (£2 for 300, suck.uk.com).
Buy a bottle of Absolut this Pride weekend and proceeds go to charity Stonewall (£21.99, selfridges.com).
Hair accessories just like Monki’s arrow hairpin reigned supreme on the s/s 2016 catwalks (£6, monki.com).
Buff a flawless face with the tightly packed bristles of Iconic London’s Evo brushes (£85 for five, harveynichols.com).
Habitat’s knitted orange pouf will add a welcome punch of colour to the front room (£95, habitat.co.uk).
Just about everyone on Instagram is using Barry M’s strobe crayon to fake dewy post-facial skin (£4.49, asos.com).
Satisfy your inner artist by adding this Kit and Ace patterned silk skirt to your wardrobe (£165, kitandace.com).
Inspired by the Fifties, Esprit’s Graphic Jungle Green rug will liven up your space (from £259, modern-rugs.co.uk).
Summer’s cold-shoulder trend is extremely versatile. Wear with jeans or embellished heels (£14.99, hm.com).
Cult Aussie brand Typo has arrived in the UK and is the place for artist materials. Get sketching (£8, typo.com).
Maison Kitsuné’s first unisex footwear collection is both laidback and chic (£335, maisonkitsune.fr).
Layer the two shades in Chanel’s Healthy Glow Multi-Colour for a believable flush (£43, selfridges.com).
Double Trouble is a young brand to invest in for the coolest slogan T-shirts (£39, doubletroublegang.com)
Krispy Kreme has joined forces with Nutella – and all proceeds go to Teenage Cancer Trust (£2, krispykreme.co.uk).
The turquoise face of this Michael Kors watch makes telling the time super stylish (£205, monnierfreres.co.uk).
This J Crew straw tote will be your favourite companion on every picnic this summer (£95, jcrew.com).
With a hint of chilli, Chika’s plantain crisps are ridiculously moreish. Afternoon snack, sorted (£1.19, ocado.com).
The 4-in-1 Olloclip turns iPhones into cameras with macro, fish-eye and wide-angle lenses (£69.99, olloclip.com).
Smart and entertaining, Modern Lovers by Emma Straub is a great book to lose yourself in (£12.99, waterstones.com).
The cooking gadget of 2016? A smoker. Try Nordic Ware’s Indoor/Outdoor design (£88.58, amazon.co.uk).
Possibly the coolest dog food brand in the world: meet Sweden’s Wonderboo (£14 for 7 meals, wonderboo.com).
Catch up on The Hollow Crown: The Wars Of The Roses – one of the TV highlights of the year (£17.99, store.hmv.com).
Field Candy’s Mellow Yellow two-man tent is easy to spot at even the most cramped festival (£169, fieldcandy.com).
Color Wow Carb Cocktail leave-in tonic works like fabric starch to give limp hair strength (£22, colorwowhair.com).
Bat For Lashes’ haunting new album The Bride is out next week (£9.99, itunes.apple.com).
With Frida Kahlo on the bottle, The Fragrance Kitchen’s Self Portrait looks and smells great (£220, selfridges.com).
Look to minimal styling when temperatures rise this season with these sandals in zesty colours (£42, topshop.com).
Make a home for solitary bees with the Green & Blue award-winning bee brick (£32.50, notonthehighstreet.com).
Is it a skirt? Is it shorts? No it’s Vaara’s Dessa Skort, perfect for tennis, netball, rounders… (£70, vaara.com).