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Words: Francesca Brown, Arianna Chatzidakis, Amy Hanson
Yonder Living responsibly source all their homeware including this pot from the Sahara (£36, yonderliving.com).
Romantic Bear’s genius lip gel peels off to reveal a vivid stain that lasts all day (£8.50, thisisbeautymart.com).
There’s no chicer way to store make-up brushes than Anthropologie’s marble stand (£32, anthropologie.com).
In a new fluoro orange shade, Tom Dixon’s Offcut stool is sure to brighten up any room (£160, tomdixon.net).
Papier has teamed up with interiors guru Luke Edward Hall to create this desirable stationery (from 80p, papier.com).
Emilia Wickstead has created an exclusive collection for Matches Fashion (from £790, matchesfashion.com).
H&M Home’s green beetle plate takes the outside-in trend to a whole new level (£2.99, hm.com).
Lucy Caldwell’s heartfelt collection of short stories makes for an emotional read (£12.99, faber.co.uk).
Lululemon’s cleverly designed shorts are the easy way to get you up and running at 7am (£52, lululemon.co.uk).
Faster, smarter and damn pretty, Apple’s new rose-gold MacBook is top of our wishlist (from £1,047, apple.com).
With a limited run of 500, invest in Patternity’s monochrome The Fleet Of Dazzle (£100, kingandmcgaw.com).
For a more realistic fake tan, brush limbs with James Read’s Tantour Sculpting Duo (£35, jamesreadtan.com).
Legendary record company Island has released its very first craft ale (£2.75, alesbymail.co.uk).
Tresemmé Keratin Smooth Deep Treatment Masque promises 48 hours of frizz-free hair (£5.78, boots.com).
This oversized sweater will carry you through the summer and into next season (£44.95, joules.com).
Available in a number of colourways, Mulberry has revealed the Clifton as its new ‘It’ bag (£595, mulberry.com).
Don’t miss Alicia Vikander’s Oscar-winning turn opposite Eddie Redmayne in The Danish Girl (£13, zoom.co.uk).
Fall in love with Edie Parker’s acrylic bag charms, a first from the accessories designer (£110, edie-parker.com).
Wear Chan Luu’s paisley scarf around your neck, as a headscarf or attach it to a bag strap (£45, net-a-porter.com).
Thomas J Fudge’s limited edition Caffè Mocha Florentines make 3pm that much easier (£3.50, waitrose.com).
Noodoll’s Grey Cloud cushion is just one inspired design from the playful brand (£45, noodoll.com).
Hammam Havlu towels work as well as regular ones but are thinner – perfect for packing (£25, hammamhavlu.com).
We love Kite’s Fifties-inspired Audrey cat-eye glasses – so chic (£150 with Zeiss prescription lenses included, kitegb.com).
For a brand so steeped in history, Atkinsons’ My Fair Lily scent smells surprisingly modern (£120, harrods.com).
Corinne Bailey Rae’s The Heart Speaks In Whispers is an incredibly moving listen (£10.99, itunes.apple.com).
The Ritual Of Sakura bath foam is so creamy, it’s like bathing in warm, fragrant milk (£13.50, uk.rituals.com).
This pretty Pandora sterling silver flower ring is a must-have modern classic (£45, pandora.net).
Founded in 1948, Caffè Passalacqua is Neapolitan coffee done beautifully (£5, linastores.co.uk).
If oils don’t agree with your skin, try Sunday Riley’s equally hydrating Tidal cream (£60, spacenk.com).