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Ditch the leggings and pound the streets in Lululemon’s airy running shorts.
Paul & Joe’s ice cream-inspired Triple Cheek Colours gives skin a candy flush.
Using locally sourced spring water, Heartsease Farm lemonade is perfectly sweet and sour.
You’ll stand out at the lido with this towel’s stripes, fringing and multi-colours.
Add a fine knit and pointed flats to Antonio Berardi’s pencil skirt for office cool.
Don’t end the garden party when darkness falls – keep warm with this wool blanket.
Hourglass Extreme Sheen High Shine Lipgloss is the ideal clutch companion.
Shock 'n' Rock
The debauched tales of music journo Mark Ellen had us laughing all the way through.
Serve up G&Ts from Tom Dixon’s spun-brass jug at your next barbecue.
A woven bucket bag in a pistachio gelato shade ticks multiple trends in one go.
Oscar-winner Dallas Buyers Club tells the story of a man’s battle with HIV in the Eighties.
Kick your 4pm cravings with raw wasabi gluten-free cracker bites from Inspiral.
EX1 Cosmetics’ Invisiwear Foundation is designed for darker skintones.
Removing make-up is hassle-free with Georgia Louise Cleanse and Heal Duo Balm.
Use Your Loafer
Make tasselled loafers in a sunny shade your off-duty weekend shoe.
£25 per month (from)
The Blackberry Z30 is perfect for browsing the internet.
The Black Keys’ new album is filled with tunes you won’t be able to get out of your head.
Ergonomically shaped, these Bang & Olufsen headphones are totally comfortable.
He-Shi’s fast-acting formula locks in moisture as it develops into a natural-looking tan.
Joseph Joseph’s handy foldable scale is perfect when space is at a premium.
These loose-fit printed trousers have ‘picnics in the park’ written all over them.
The four Indian curry sauces in this range use traditional recipes with a modern twist.
Kiss and Tell
£104 for set
Mimi Holliday has launched a pop-up shop selling exclusives like these lace delights.
In aid of the World Cup, 11 designers created sweatshirts for Yoox. We love Barbara Casasola’s version.
£100 for 100ml
Jo Malone’s Tuberose Angelica is a soft white floral scent with woody undertones.
One of the first flatpack furniture designs in 1951, this Calvert table is still chic.
Reduce grease and add bounce to limp hair with L’Occitane’s Revitalizing Fresh Scalp Tonic.
The low square shape of the Martello chair takes its inspiration from Sixties design.