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Get your hands on The Outnet’s capsule collection with Preen by Thornton Bregazzi ASAP (£585, outnet.com).
In the pink
Choose from matcha, beetroot or turmeric superfood latte mixes for a morning boost (£4.95, vividmatcha.com).
On the move
Away has launched its first European store in London selling the likes of this pretty suitcase (£225, awaytravel.com).
Lily Allen’s My Thoughts Exactly is a fascinating and very honest read (£20, out 20 Sep, waterstones.com).
Pair new brand Palmier’s mini skirt with a white T-shirt and sandals for late summer style (£75, palmier.co.uk).
In need of a beautiful toaster? Moulinex’s four-slice creation has you covered (£39.99, argos.co.uk).
Max Factor’s Radiant Lift Foundation is infused with hyaluronic acid to make skin glow (£14.99, boots.com).
Ashley Williams has collaborated with Ace & Tate on our favourite new-season sunglasses (£148, aceandtate.com).
Acclaimed designer Bethan Gray has created a capsule collection for Anthropologie (£598, anthropologie.com).
Fit all your essentials in Furla’s new Bellaria handbag for office to evening chic (£430, furla.com).
Radox’s Detoxed Bath Salts contain açai berry to invigorate and rejuvenate (£5, boots.com).
What a cuppa
Tatty Devine has teamed with potter Keith Brymer Jones to create a range of quirky ceramics (£20, tattydevine.com).
Stick to it
Organise your to-do list with these rather wonderful ice-lolly sticky notes (£4.95, shop.balticmill.com).
The Amphi Don’t Rest bikini top includes extra support for swimming and beach sports (£44.95, adidas.com).
Elie Saab’s Girl of Now Shine blends white flowers with sweet pistachio (£74 for 90ml EDP, feelunique.com).
Add some class to your daily meditation with Aesop’s Brass Oil Burner and smoky patchouli oil (£120, aesop.com).
G & teetotal
Cutting down on the booze? Give Gordon’s new Ultra Low Alcohol Gin & Tonic a try (£1.49, ocado.com).
The summer might have gone but commutes still need something to help you stay cool (£15, houseofhuns.com).
The Breadwinner is the moving tale of a girl living in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan (£9.99, out 24 Sep, hmv.com).
Whiz through your bedtime skincare routine with Olay’s Daily Facials micellar cleansing cloths (£6.99, boots.com).
Head to the Affordable Art Fair site for cool prints like Marcelina Amelia’s Selfie (£100, affordableartfair.com).
For last-minute holidays don’t forget to pack the chicest of sun hats from Lock & Co (£195, lockhatters.co.uk).
Back in time
The Nokia 8110 ‘banana phone’ mashes Nineties’ design with smartphone tech (£69, carphonewarehouse.com).
Løre’s Legend Hair Mask sachets use amino acids to fortify hair strands from within (£36 for 6, loreoriginals.com).
Triumph’s Infinite Sensation underwear offers fuss-free control (bra, £32, and briefs, £20, triumph.com).
Bol’s Moroccan beets and sweet potato salad jar is the perfect go-to for lunch on the run (£3.50, bolfoods.com).
LF Markey has created wearable utility-inspired basics like this denim boilersuit (£98, urbanoutfiters.com).
The new black
Suqqu’s 15th Anniversary Color Compact has warm eye and cheek options for an autumnal glow (£50, selfridges.com).
Ceiling need an update? Someday Designs’ Pitch pendants are an instant interiors hit (£160, somedaydesigns.co.uk).
Play it loud
Christine And The Queens’ new album, Chris, is French pop at its finest (£9.99, out 21 Sep, itunes.apple.com).
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