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These exclusive prints by female artists support a very good cause

There’s only one thing we like more than beautiful wall art, and that’s beautiful wall art that makes a difference to the lives of women in need around the world. So we’re extremely into interiors platform Fy’s latest capsule collection of prints by 14 female artists, commissioned in aid of Stylist’s charity partner Women for Women International.

Curated ahead of International Women’s Day on 8 March, the collection features 24 exclusive prints running the spectrum from understated to conversation-starting. We particularly love Amy Ayanda’s dreamlike ink and collage works (from £24 each), Zoe Wodarz’s luminous portrait of a friend (from £51) and Camille Gressier’s graphic ‘Perfectly Imperfect’ slogan print (from £14). Not only will these works lift your spirits, but most importantly, £5 from every sale will be donated to Women for Women International to bolster their work supporting female survivors of war. Buy one (or several) before they sell out. From £14, Fy


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“The Best Thing I’ve Ever Bought”
In the second of our new series, Stylist’s beauty director Shannon Peter shares the one purchase she’ll never regret

“When my home turned into my office after the start of the first lockdown, my spare room morphed into the Stylist beauty cupboard. There were products, packaging and press releases everywhere. I quickly needed a way of organising my beauty stash, but as the room has very few hiding places, I wanted a storage solution that wasn’t a total eyesore.

I happened to be browsing homeware online when I spotted Hay’s Colour Crates. I wasn’t looking for storage per se, mainly because I didn’t think chic storage existed, but I’m so glad I found them. It was the pastel, ice-cream shades that really caught my attention – everything else I’d seen was either completely clear or brash, primary colours. 

I first bought six of the smallest crates (they come in three sizes) to house my make-up, but my collection has quickly grown. I now have 12 crates in pretty much every colour and size – I use them not only for beauty products, but also for quilting supplies and puppy toys (yes, I’m the ultimate lockdown cliché). They allowed me to finally get my life together without hindering the honed aesthetic vision I have for the spare room, making me feel both smug and organised.” Hay Colour Crates, from £6 each, Nordic Nest


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