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Words: Francesca Brown, Annie Davies, Sophie Henderson
Bobbi Brown Soothing Cleansing Milk oil-lotion hybrid instantly refreshes and rehydrates (£32, bobbibrown.co.uk).
Austra’s new album Future Politics is all about hope in the world to come. It’s awesome (£6.99, itunes.apple.com).
Athlesiure doesn’t get much chicer than this Stella McCartney jacket, (£140, exclusive to harrods.com).
Brighten up cold mornings with Urban Outfitters’ tongue-in-cheek bath mat (£25, urbanoutfitters.com).
Slick on London Grace Nail Polish in Charlie for your perfect ruby red mani (£11, londongrace.co.uk).
Sorel’s insulated suede boots are your stylish yet practical companion to tackle winter weather (£110, johnlewis.com).
With hyaluronic acid and vitamin C, Mabel + Meg Lumilixir Serum is a rapid radiance boost (£29, mabelandmeg.com).
The only sofa bed you’ll ever need to invest in comes courtesy of Brühl (£2,200, hauslondon.com).
Sainsbury’s teal tray is a neat and pretty find that’ll brighten up your space (£14, sainsburys.co.uk).
Warehouse’s zebra peplum skirt is perfect for work or styled down at the weekend (£45, warehouse.co.uk).
Prismologie’s Rose Quartz & Rose Body Balm brings a subtle shimmer to collarbones (£55, prismologie.com).
Beware of new Campari Negroni – once tasted, your favourite mixologist could be out of a job (£19, waitrose.com).
Iris notes and a fluffy pom-pom make Annick Goutal Tenue de Soirée utterly compelling (£80 for 50ml, selfridges.com).
Max Mara and Liu Wei is a collection worth coveting. Especially these cat-eye shades (£239, maxmara.com).
WitShop’s flower press is just what you need to store pretty blooms (£22, ofcabbagesandkings.co.uk).
Poler Stuff’s reversible sleeping bag is made for campers, surfers and skiers (£140, thebrokedownpalace.com)
Nourish skin with the Manuka honey and red ginseng in this wonder cream (£49, exclusive to harrods.com).
Nathan Hill’s debut The Nix is mesmerising and funny – read it before everyone else (£9.99, waterstones.com).
Meat and greet
Slice off a sticky memo with Salami Notes – childish but brilliant (£10, futureandfound.com).
Doing lengths? British brand To Dive For made this tropical one-piece with movement in mind (£65, todivefor.com).
Yauatcha has dyed its Coconut Lime cake red in time for this Saturday’s Chinese New Year (£5.90, yauatcha.com).
Flight of fancy
Saturday Night/Sunday Morning wallpaper uses sustainable paper only (£60 per 10m roll, minimoderns.com).
What's for tea?
Smarter’s FridgeCam tells you the contents of your fridge wherever you are (pre-order, £99.99, store.smarter.am).
Maje’s M bag in raspberry is the new fringe benefit you need in your life (£369, maje.com).
Givenchy Huile Irrésistible Pour Les Lèvres nourishes lips and adds a colour pop (£23, debenhams.com).
This clever Eyking marble napkin holder from The Store also works for tea lights (£34.95, trouva.com).
With Charlize Theron and amazing stop-motion, Kubo And The Two Strings is unmissable (£9.99, amazon.co.uk).