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Not a hat person? Rag and Bone’s cool update on the fedora should change your mind (£220, stylebop.com).
Beginning in 1979 and ending in 2015, David Mitchell’s Slade House is a taut, tense read (£12.99, hodder.co.uk).
Made from upcycled T-shirts, this mixtape yarn is perfect for structured knits (£7.95, woolandthegang.com).
Pair these tan checked tailored River Island trousers with a plain top for casual office chic (£38, riverisland.com).
There’s still time to get your hands on Stylist’s exclusive Birchbox full of our top beauty picks (£10, birchbox.co.uk).
From Polish design brand Tylko comes this rather wonderful salt and pepper grinder (from £29, tylko.com).
Now with tuberose, the heady Black Orchid EDT draws compliments even through thick jumpers (£64, harrods.com).
The rejuvenating potions in the Elephant Recovery Pack help you, and £1 goes to help elephants (£6, faustpotions.com).
When the clocks go back this Sunday – Norm Architects for Menu’s design will make it less painful (£35, houseology.com).
Portobello Road gin has released a limited edition made from British asparagus (£39, portobelloroadgin.com).
Camille Walala and Dale Kirk have created the must-have Walala In Da House collection for Aria (£1,250, ariashop.co.uk).
Big enough for full-size products, this wash bag laughs in the face of fiddly minis (£65, otisbatterbee.com).
Hershesons is bringing back butterfly clips circa 1995, perfect for half-buns (£4.95, hershesons.com).
Popchips has released new flavours – we recommend the Sea Salt, Garlic and Rosemary (£1.89, waitrose.com).
Embrace Coliac’s timely fresh take on the classic brogue, with pearl embellishments (£525, avenue32.com).
Channel this season’s biggest colour with this bold red merino wool dress by East (£109, east.co.uk).
This is what happens when Lagerfeld designs a candle: meet the top-noted cinnamon Karl (£240, karl.com).
LFW designer Eudon Choi has created the ultimate hot water bottle cover for Brora (£145, brora.co.uk).
Salted almonds, olives, La Rioja chorizo – Brindisa’s grazing box is Friday night in sorted (£35, brindisa.com).
Jerome Dreyfuss opens his first London store this month full of boho urban fringing (£640, jerome-dreyfuss.com).
Meet Bower & Wilkins’ Zeppelin Wireless – seriously big sound for your devices (£499, bowers-wilkins.co.uk).
Qualy has created the ultimate desk mate with this scissors and clip tidy stationery set (£22, trouva.com).
Hawaiian sports brand No Ka’Oi is the label to turn to for stylish breathable designs (£60, farfetch.com).
Vanilla and white truffle make this skin softening Hand Exfoliator smell divine (£14, moltonbrown.co.uk).
Sheet masks are the future and Starskin’s After Party will brighten dull and tired skin (£8.50, asos.com).
In 30 shades, Bobbi Brown’s Luxe Lipstick collection has something for everyone (£25, bobbibrown.co.uk).
Hailed as the streetwear stars, wear Aries’ jumper with a light wash denim (£115, matchesfashion.com).
It’s got dinosaurs – what more do you need from your Blu-Ray collection? (£14.99, amazon.co.uk).
We love the Z for Accessorize collection and this super chic bracelet is top of our list.(£19, accessorize.com).