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Words: Francesca Brown, Annie Davies, Sophie Henderson
Laurence Dacade’s velvet shoes are the perfect plus one for Christmas parties (£650, brownsfashion.com).
This knitted Fair Isle hot water bottle cover is the ideal companion for a cosy night in (£48, catherinetough.co.uk).
Handmade in Brussels, Le Typography’s To Do notebook is the perfect stocking filler (£9, scp.co.uk).
Jigsaw’s pom-pom beanie is crafted from 100% Irish wool for extra warmth (£39, jigsaw-online.com).
Katy Leigh’s hand painted plates are an essential addition to your mantelpiece/wall/table (£23, katyleigh.co.uk).
Okapi Home curates incredible and unique items from eastern and southern African artisans (£220, okapihome.com).
Loewe’s Elephant Purse also comes in handbag form and an array of colours (£250, harrods.com).
Hopscotch 5 Free Nail Varnish has no nasties for your healthiest mani yet (£8.50, hopscotchlondon.com).
Move over Buster the Boxer. Bruce the Boston Terrier by Terri Leahy is inspired by Batman (£25, terrileahy.co.uk).
The honey in Earth Tu Face’s mask helps skin retain moisture, even in cold weather (£43, net-a-porter.com).
This board was made by Fruitful Woods, a social enterprise for people with mental health issues (£44, aerende.co.uk).
Alissa + Nienke creates unique cups by pouring liquid porcelain into moulds (£15, shedquartersonline.co.uk).
Mango’s handmade coat collection offers great bang for its buck. Wear now with layers (£99.99, mango.com).
Sprinkle Lulu Organics Hair Powder through roots on those days in-between hair washes (£10, freepeople.com).
Harry Specters employs young people with autism to make amazing chocolate (£3.50, harryschocs.co.uk).
The classic kilt is back and Le Kilt reigns supreme. Add a twist with a sporty sweater (£440, selfridges.com).
Transform the small people in your life into pirates with Sew Heart Felt’s beard set (£19.50, scandimini.co.uk).
From gift boxes to this shea butter and thistle oil soap, Beàrr Man’s products are a go-to for gifts (£5, siabann.com).
Treat your festive candles to some luxe matches from inspired lifestyle store, 64 South (£6, 64south.co.uk).
Ouli’s all-purpose olive oil and beeswax ointment will save dry elbows and lips (£21, oulis-ointment.com).
Emma Charles’s beaded beauty is the new bag shape we’re coveting this season (£533, hlorenzo.com).
From fizzy apple to their new cola, Dalston’s offer a natural alternative to fizzy pop (£1.89 a bottle, waitrose.com).
Le Feu De L’eau’s colourful scented candles will brighten up any room. Try Bleu Nuit (£45, conranshop.co.uk).
Jessie Harris’s handmade metal earrings look great as a pair or style it out with a single bold earring (£195, jessieharris.co.uk).
Bdellium’s dinky kabuki brush is made from vegan-friendly synthetic bristles (£15.95, beautybay.com).
These Tea Christmas Crackers are filed with luxury tea bags and tea- themed jokes (£20 for six, bluebirdteaco.com).
Tom Pigeon’s cool screen prints are hand-pulled using waterbased inks (£50, tompigeon.com).
Saffron Frameworks will build you the bike of your dreams (from £1,750, saffronframeworks.com).
Your front door deserves Jo Malone’s gold-tipped limited edition wreath (£95, jomalone.co.uk).