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Ganni’s collaboration with designer Sophie Bille Brahe has produced this incredible avant-garde bracelet (£145, ganni.com).
Present your morning cappuccino in Illy’s special edition Expo 2015 coffee cups (£65 for four, espressocrazy.com).
Topshop has created this season’s prettiest lace-ups - pair with a midi skirt (£69, topshop.com).
Wear this with a crisp white shirt and pointed ankle boot to channel your true rock star look (£35, missselfridge.com).
Love this Polo Ralph Lauren varsity jacket? Then take it to Harrods for in-store personalisation (£150, ralphlauren.co.uk).
Thomas's - the cafe at Burberry's Regent Street store - sells gifts like this travel game (£350, ukburberry.com).
Tom Dixon and Pierre Marcoloni have joined forces to create one beautiful box of chocolates (£45, uk.marcolini.com).
Showcase you style with the new Fiat 500. It has over 500,000 customisable extras (£10,690, fiat.co.uk).
Exude the aura of a supermodel with Helena Christensen’s Dead of Night fragrance (£295 for 50ml, harrods.com).
Loaf’s new Buster chair in bahama velvet is just the thing to channel the Thirties look (from £675, loaf.com).
Mix and match the shades in Mac’s Amber Times Nine palette for a multitude of eyeshadow looks (£30, maccosmetics.co.uk).
For a caffeine-free tea, try Kromland Farm’s delicious organic Rooibos Vanilla flavour (£2.49, kromlandfarm.co.uk).
Bruce by Bruce Oldfield at John Lewis is your go-to for elegantly tailored officewear (£79, johnlewis.com).
Your commute needs electro trip Chvrches' excellent new album Every Open Eye (£12.99, amazon.co.uk).
Lottie London’s Balm Balls will replenish your lips with the moisture central heating zaps out (£4.99, superdrug.com).
Grace: Thirty Years Of Fashion is a visual feast of clothes, supermodels and iconic photographers (£100, phaidon.com).
DJ-turned-designer MSGM continues to bring us bold prints and super fun pieces (£270, matchesfashion.com).
Under the sun
The tiny shimmery flecks in Illamasqua’s Radiance Veil give the skin a warm, luminous glow (£32, illamasqua.com).
Nigella is back! And with some seriously good recipes whatever the occasion (£26, amazon.co.uk)
Interiors geniuses Thornback & Peel have released their new autumn range - we love this pineapple print tea towel (£12.95, thornbackandpeel.co.uk).
A soft, versatile purple shade, we’ll be wearing Soigne’s Feulliage nail polish all season (£11, soignenails.com).
For every bag sold, Saint Luke donates to the clean water charity Waves for Water (£125, saintluke.com).
Made in a micro-distillery in Cognac, Sauvelle’s luxury vodka contains notes of caramel (£34.95, 31dover.com).
Holly Fulton’s graphic patterns bring a splash of colour to Simple’s cleansing wipes (£3.29, superdrug.com).
Selfridges is showcasing 12 lesser known British food artisans - Newton & Pott is one of the stars (£7.99, selfridges.com).
Cool cycling brand Rapha has teamed up with Liberty to create a beautiful capsule collection (jersey top, £125, rapha.cc).
Launched at the recent 100% Design festival, the Cube finds a paint to match any colour (£149.95, palette.com).