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A pink G&T? Edgerton’s Pink London gin is the ideal summer tipple.
There’s nothing more decadent than a pair of silk-satin tuxedo pyjamas.
Paul & Joe’s blotting papers are almost too pretty to use. But you will!
It’s Father’s Day on Sunday. And here’s your gift quandary sorted.
Patti Smith’s Banga is the most intelligent record we’ve heard this year.
Guerlain’s beautiful Pucci Powder Brush is a wise beauty investment.
A beautiful Parker pen evokes old-world charm. A classic addition to your bag.
Proenza Schouler’s cult classic PS1 in eye-popping yellow? Yes please.
Zoe Karssen’s ‘Boys’ sweatshirt is a cheeky way to work sports-luxe.
This Tomato Garden supports plants so they grow faster. Genius.
Dad a big kid? Buy him this electronic scooter for total entertainment.
Cochine’s new Frangipani and Neroli candle is a little (fragrant) piece of Saigon.
Meet US designer Trina Turk for Banana Republic’s striking new bikini.
From Itchycoo Park to Highway to Hell, this map is made up of song titles.
Ila’s Nurturing Body Lotion makes glowing summer skin a reality.
Pair Orelia Boutique’s beautiful earrings with a plain T-shirt for easy chic.
King of neon Chris Bracey’s fabulous ‘lust’ sign would hang in our fantasy NY loft.
A bookshelf essential: the storied fashion house has released Stars In Dior.
Light Me Up
Benefit’s Sun Beam brings that sultry summer sheen to cheekbones.
Fine & Dandy
Foppish accessories maketh the man – we love Marwood’s bow.
Midland Subzero Sun headphones stay cool with their cotton lining.
Whatever the summer escapade, Butter London’s foot wipes are invaluable.
For its 75th anniversary, Ray-Ban has revamped its aviator shades.
What’s better than a jar full of retro sweets? One that’s personalised, too. Brilliant.
Playing tennis on the beach? Only with Chanel rackets darling.
Hourglass’ primer-meets serum means you can ditch the foundation.
Topshop’s sporty platforms are a testament to just how great the British high street is.
Brooks Brothers’ manicure set makes nail-clipping an indulgence.