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Words: Francesca Brown, Amy Hanson, Shannon Peter
Aduna helps small producers in Ghana so you can avoid guilt food (£14.99, hollandandbarrett.com).
This kiss-covered clutch from & Other Stories is a cute way to carry your daily essentials (£69, stories.com).
Benefit’s cult Hoola bronzer now comes in a self-tan for a full body glow (£19.50, benefitcosmetics.co.uk).
Pair Paloma Blue’s silk shorts with the matching camisole and head direct from bed to beach (£105, net-a-porter.com).
Want to escape into a good book? Curl up in the Miss Behaving chair in Candy (£786, sofaworkshop.com).
The Canadian clay in Artifact’s Glacial Coast Detox Mask helps balance oily skin (£45, urbanoutfitters.com).
Block Design’s handy storage houses are the clever way to keep your desk uncluttered (from £9, blockdesign.co.uk).
Pick & mix
It's a mismatch made in heaven! Your piercing possibilities are endless with Astley Clarke's single studs (£35, astleyclarke.com).
Stuck on you
Bobbi Brown’s Long Wear Brow Gel clings to the skin and does not budge (£17, bobbibrown.co.uk).
Wave for the picture. Take a Sunnylife Underwater Camera to the pool this summer (£16, selfridges.com).
In need of escapism? Isabelle Broom’s Greek island adventure is just the ticket (£7.99, amazon.co.uk).
LSA’s Utility Bread Bin with a helpful board for a lid is both smart and practical (£85, lsa-international.com).
Still nothing beats the volume-boosting power of L’Oréal Paris Elvive Fibrology Shampoo (£3.99, superdrug.com).
Future & Found’s serving bowl is the only way to present your salads this summer (£39, futureandfound.com).
Mark Stationery Week by buying Filofax’s Saffiano Gold notebook complete with removable pages (£12.99, filofax.co.uk).
With tones of elderflower and apricot, Zarko Pink Molecule smells like a glass of pink champagne (£75, spacenk.com).
On the wing
Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds, McQ’s Swallow collection relaunches this week (£175, mcq.com/gb).
Paul Smith and Kask Protone’s rainbow-finished bike helmet is a skid lid with style (£220, paulsmith.co.uk).
Punk it up
Writing out your own wedding invites? Give them some attitude with neon pink ink (£4.90, quilllondon.com).
Art in motion
Andy Warhol’s soup cans feature on The Skateroom’s sustainable maple skateboards (£185, shop.tate.org.uk).
Bay & Box’s clay fibre window boxes mix utility with a contemporary edge (from £35, bayandbox.com).
Paint it black
Tommy Hilfiger marks the Rolling Stones’ Exhibitionism display at the Saatchi Gallery (£40, tommy.com).
Going gluten free? Well & Truly Tortillas are your friend – delicious with beetroot hummus (£1.99, tesco.com).
Invisibobble have improved on perfection with this rugged version for thick hair (£4.95 for three, boots.com).
London-based Bella Kinesis lead the way in chic sportswear – invest in the Pyramid bra (£38, bellakinesis.com).
Small but sturdy, these charcoal stoves are ideal for camping (£64.99, the-charcoal-burner-company.myshopify.com).
On the move
Make-up doesn’t get much more Tube-friendly than Clinique’s Chubby Stick Foundation (£23, clinique.co.uk).
We heart this fresh, minimal take on the classic flip flop from Brazilian label Ipanema (£33, ipanema.uk.com).