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Baby Jo’s mini concrete planter adds Insta-delight to any desk (£10, asplashofcolour.com).
Earrings have gone architectural and are best worn in colour a la Annie Costello Brown (£205, net-a-porter.com).
Liven up a white broderie anglaise dress with New Look’s tropical beaded clutch (£24.99, newlook.com).
The Answers is a dystopian take on dating that <everyone> will be reading this year (£12.99, amazon.co.uk).
Even waterproof make-up will be erased in seconds thanks to coconut and argan oil filled Burt’s Bees Facial Cleansing Oil (£16.99, boots.com).
Created by lauded bartender Mr Lyan, Firefly’s new Superfly drink is a botanical wonder for summer (£1.99, selfridges.com).
You’ll find notes of cassis and sandalwood in the Clive Christian Noble VIII Magnolia fragrance (£350, clivechristian.com).
Cefinn’s high summer drops make midweek dressing easy work. Style with gold jewels (£270, cefinn.com).
Discover the genes and ancestors that have gone into creating with AncestryDNA’s wonderous testing kit (£79, ancestry.co.uk).
Aquazzura and De Gournay, the hand-painted wallpaper company, have teamed up for an exclusive shoe collection (£550, matchesfashion.com).
Roxy’s new Pop Surf collection is built for paddling all summer long (one-piece £75, roxy-uk.co.uk).
Spirulina, matcha tea and green clay in Aster & Bay Nutritive Green Mask detoxify your skin (£32, aster-bay-uk.myshopify.com).
Shiseido WetForce Sports BB SPF 50+ covers all imperfections, protects from UV rays and is completely sweat-proof (£32, houseoffraser.co.uk).
Illustrator Paul Thurlby has created designs for John Lewis including these cute chocolates (£10 for 24, johnlewis.com).
With 30 shades to choose from, Too Faced Natural Love palette is impossible to resist (£52, debenhams.com).
Lomography’s disposable camera comes with a preloaded purple tint for psychedelic results (£19.90, shop.lomography.com).
Shimmer into sundown with the metallic M&S number - style with a white T-shirt (£49.50, marksandspencer.com).
Keep your bread and meat separate in the kitchen with Design Letters’ stylisth cutting boards (£34 each, connox.co.uk).
Pay tribute to the late, great Dick Bruna with a lamp inspired by his most famous character, Miffy (£105, designmuseumshop.com).
Habitat’s Italian-made Askem sofa is updated in limited-edition pink velvet (from £1,100, habitat.co.uk).
Elizabeth Scarlett’s Jungle Leaf Natural make-up bag makes us think about Bali beaches (£20, elizabethscarlett.com).
L’Objet creates lovably luxe home accessories. The hurricane lamp is for the coolest of gardens (£210, uk.l-objet.com).
Swatch’s almost weightless Skin collection is a minimalist’s dream, available in 11 styles (£70, swatch.com).
A surprisingly moving return, T2 Trainspotting is a can’t-miss Brit-flick institution (£9.99, store.hmv.com).
For an instant update to even the smallest of spaces, try this Moroccan tile-inspired Muriva wallpaper (£10 per roll, diy.com).
Don’t be scared: the bright yellow hue of Lipstick Queen Mornin’ Sunshine turns into a peachy coral on the lips (£22, spacenk.com).
Dell’s XPS 13-inch laptop is the world’s smallest with a ‘borderless’ display - perfect for your travels (from £1,299, dell.com).
Meet Louis Vuitton illustrated travel books; this Mexico one is beautiful (£38, uk.louisvuitton.com).
Red Valentino has co-designed a tee Chelsea in Bloom, available exclusively at 133 Sloan St. (£110, Red Valentino).