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  • John Smedley Appleton British Alpaca Wool Scarf in Natural White, £200,

    With the cold setting in, it’s the humble scarf’s time to shine: wrap up with this cosy, cable-knit number from iconic knitwear brand John Smedley, this year celebrating their 235th anniversary with a Legacy Collection. It’s made of the soft, luxurious Alpaca wool, free from dyes and sustainably farmed in Exmoor National Park.

  • Stella McCartney dress, £2,275, available exclusively at 23 Old Bond Street

    Sustainability has been a part of the Stella McCartney ethos long before it became the term du jour. The exquisite one-off pieces from her new 23 Old Bond Street Limited Edition Collection – including this prettiest of pink dresses – were made with left over fabrics from the Winter 19 collection. In a truly special touch, a handwritten note from Stella herself is sewn into each item.

  • Jo Malone Pine & Eucalyptus Diffuser, £64,

    Turn your home into an enchanted winter forest with this limited-edition diffuser from Jo Malone. Fragrant pine and rejuvenating eucalyptus combine to make a bright, invigorating scent instantly reminiscent of Christmas trees and wintertime walks.

  • RA Edition Bella Freud Naked Self Portrait, £350,

    Created exclusively to accompany the Lucian Freud: The Self Portraits exhibition at the RA, this limited-edition print was was designed by the artist’s daughter Bella, herself a successful fashion designer known for her intellectually playful knits. A limited edition of only 40 screen prints, Naked Self Portrait celebrates the work of her father. The print has hand-finished edges and is signed and hand-numbered by the artist.

  • Grant Macdonald Paragon silver champagne flutes, £2,400,

    Your favourite bubbly will taste even better out of these exquisite silver flutes, specially designed to be the perfect shape to help keep the champagne lively for longer. They would be ideal for celebrating an important anniversary year or birthday with an added touch of luxury.

  • Fortnum & Mason Fortum’s Feasting Advent Calendar, £200, 

    Bah Humbug to the haters – it’s never too early to start getting excited about Christmas. And who said advent calendars are only for kids? Replace (or supplement) the standard chocolate version with a veritable feast from Fortnum’s: this adult advent calendar is full of the iconic brand’s best sellers, from tea to truffles to condiments galore. As ever, the hard part is only opening a day at a time…

  • Ormaie Yvonne perfume, £180,

    Exquisitely crafted from recycled glass, with a handmade lid made of renewable French beech, this beautiful fragrance would make a wonderful gift for anyone – yourself included… Ormaie is a newcomer on the French parfum scene, and its founders – a mother and son team – are putting sustainability at the forefront of their luxurious brand; all seven unisex scents in Ormaie’s line are vegan and 100 per cent natural. Yvonne, a modern homage to classic feminine fragrances, has a fresh top note of grapefruit and black currant, before opening into a floral bouquet of rose, jasmine and peach, with a warm vanilla, sandalwood and patchouli base.

  • Daniella Draper Limited Edition Silver Believe Bangle, £175,

    Made from 100% recycled sterling silver, this delicate bangle is as sustainable as it is pretty. A limited-edition piece, every one of only 300 made is stamped with “she believed she could, so she did” – an empowering quote close to creator Daniella Draper’s heart. The inside of the band, customisable to your wrist size, features a unique edition number corresponding to the date and time of your order, making the delicate bracelet a truly personalised piece to be treasured.

  • Horizon Athletic PCT Top in Red/Yellow, £90,

    Australian company Horizon fuses functional activewear with sustainability, aiming to raise awareness of environmental issues, particularly the huge amount of plastic waste in the oceans. Their stylish, hard-working workout pieces and swimsuits are made from responsibly sourced materials and recycled fabrics. The soft and breathable material of their PCT sports top is crafted using Econyl®, a nylon fabric made from recycled plastics.

  • House of Fluff Leopard Car Coat, £770,

    Everyone knows that real fur nowadays is a no-no (unless you’ve inherited it from your stately great-grandmother – and even then you’d likely be on the receiving end of a side-eye or five), but with faux fur as environmentally harmful as it is, what’s a fashion-conscious coat-lover to do in the winter months? Enter New York-based faux fur brand House of Fluff: founder Kym Canter is focusing on creating earth-friendly, vegan faux fur that doesn’t damage the environment. The chic designs – including this reversible car coat in timeless leopard print – are made using recycled post-consumer waste instead of new plastic, while any waste material is made into adorable soft toy ‘Scrappys’.

  • Joules Navy Shark Full Height Wellies, now £17.45,

    Now that hardly a day goes by without torrential rain, new wellies may be on the agenda. But don’t just throw the old ones away – Joules are offering customers the chance to recycle their old wellies, in return for a 30% discount to use on a brand-new pair. All you have to do is drop your old Joules wellies to a store near you, their recycling partner will then collect them and repurpose them into equestrian surfacing. To say thank you, Joules is offering 30% off a new pair, up until the 31st of October; this navy shark-themed pair is ideal for gleeful wading through many a puddle.

  • Boden Smile Charity T-Shirt, from £14,

    The sunny slogan on this cute tee was the winning entry – penned by Matilda, aged 9 – of Mini Boden’s Mental Health Awareness Week competition, highlighting the importance of talking, listening and always being kind. For each sale, Boden is donating £5 to the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust, dedicated to equipping young people with life-saving skills needed to look after mental and emotional wellbeing.

  • Motley x Charlotte Garnett Long Worry-Not Necklace in Gold Vermeil, £230,

    The ridged sliding beads on this 18k gold necklace are made to steady restless hands and calm racing thoughts. In a stylish, modern take on traditional worry beads, the tactile components to the pieces in Motley’s collaboration with young designer Charlotte Garnett have a grounding effect for those living with anxiety. 10% of sales from all the pieces in the collection are donated to mental health charity SANE.

  • Jo Malone Lily of the Valley & Green Ivy Scented Candle, £48,

    Fill your home with the scent of Jo Malone’s latest candle with a cause, Lily of the Valley & Ivy, a beautiful infusion of cassis, green ivy, narcissus and lily of the valley. Part of their Charity Home Candle Collection, the luxury perfumers are generously donating 75 per cent of the cost of each scented candle sold to an array of inspiring mental health charities such as the NSPCC, Phoenix Futures and Pieta House.

  • The Breast Cancer Campaign Beauty Box, £25,

    This limited-edition beauty box features a veritable Greatest Hits of iconic beauty and skincare products. From Bobbi Brown lipstick to a GlamGlow mask – and of course, a dinky bottle of Estée Lauder’s beloved Advanced Night Repair – the box includes skin and hair care as well as makeup. It would also make for the most glamorous travel miniatures. £15 from every box sold is donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the world’s largest private funder of breast cancer research.

  • Beulah For Freedom T-Shirt, £60,

    Modern slavery affects over 40 million people around the world – 70% of whom are women and children. Show your support with Beulah’s For Freedom slogan t-shirt – 100% of profits go to UK-based charity Justice & Care. Beulah is a brand created to support victims of human trafficking and slavery, with proceeds from every garment purchased going to employment of victims.

  • CALM x Topshop Express Yourself Sweatshirt, £22,

    £5 from the every sale of this powder-pink sweatshirt (and all other CALM x Topshop slogan hoodies and tees) directly funds CALM’s lifesaving suicide-prevention helpline and webchat. Each item in the collection also comes with an exterior care label listing CALM’s helpline and instructions for self-care – ‘don’t handle problems on your own‘ – reminding wearers to look after for themselves as well as they do for their favourite garments.

  • Oy! My Skin Goals Teen Skin Gift Set, £30,

    Made especially with eco-conscious teens in mind, this sustainable skincare range ticks all the boxes – it’s vegan, cruelty free, and comes in recyclable packaging, proving that a good skincare routine doesn’t have to be wasteful. Formulated with the zit-zapping green tea and willow bark extracts, the set contains a foaming cleanser, redness-reducing moisturiser and purifying serum. The limited-edition set supports Born Free, the wildlife charity that helps ensure the safety and fair treatment of captive and endangered animals.

  • Athletic Propulsion Labs TechLoom Wave in Soft Pink, £185,

    Ditch your boring jogging trainers for this lightweight, bubblegum-pink sneaker. With enhanced ventilation and stretch, it is designed to move in tandem with your foot while still providing the necessary support. A limited-edition version of APL’s TechLoom Wave model, it also features satin pull tabs at the back, in a homage to the breast cancer awareness ribbon. This convertible version can be worn both as a classic, comfortable running shoe or without laces as a stylish slip-on, ideal for travelling. 20% from the sales of every pair will go to the Women’s Cancer Research Fund.

  • Chanel Quilted Mademoiselle Flap Shoulder Bag, £2,695,

    Luxury resale sites have long been fashions worst-kept secret. Cudoni, the UK’s largest, fully authenticates every item on its marketplace to ensure you get only the highest-quality genuine items, like this pristine, quintessential Chanel bag in eye-catching cherry red. As park of their Wear It Pink campaign, Cudoni will be giving away 25% of all sales commission in the month of October to Breast Cancer Care – check out their selection of pink designer pieces in perfect condition.

  • Hill & Friends Happy Tweency in Oxblood with Pale Gold Hardware, £395,

    A stylish cross-body is an essential accessory for any season – Hill & Friends’ Oxblood version is perfect for autumn, adding a playful touch with its iconic wink twist lock. Made from the softest leather with an adjustable chain, this versatile little bag also comes in blush and ever-popular leopard print. Until 10 October, Hill & Friends is donating 15% of sales from their Bags With A Smile range to Spread a Smile, a charity which sends entertainers to brighten the days of children and teenagers in hospital.

  • Pro-Collagen Marine Cream 100ml Limited Edition Supersize, £110,

    With extracts of Mediterranean Padina Pavonica, a seaweed with anti-aging properties, this gel-cream moisturiser has been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve skin’s firmness and tone. The limited edition version is double the size of the original, and comes in a handy pink travel pouch. Regardless of sales of the limited-edition version, Elemis are giving away £25,000 to Breast Cancer Care.

  • GHD Gold Ink on Pink Styler, £139,

    Chicago-based artist David Allen specialises in tattooing women who have undergone mastectomies as part of breast cancer treatment; his intricate floral designs have transcended tattoos to become a statement of female resilience and rebirth. As part of the brand’s collaboration with Allan, all sales of GHD’s signature hot tools in the new Ink on Pink collection will contribute £10 towards the charity Breast Cancer Now – your good hair day just became even better.

  • Sezane La Naissance de Venus T-Shirt, £40,

    The most iconic image of womanhood in art history, Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, inspired Sezane’s cool, feminine take on the slogan tee. Made out of soft, 100% organic cotton in ecru and dusky pink, it’s sure to become a wardrobe staple. All proceeds from the sale of the t-shirt will be donated to the Gustave Roussy Institute, contributing to the institute’s pioneering cancer research.

  • Jo Malone Red Roses Cologne 100ml, £98,

    Never stuffy or soapy, this is the gold standard for a romantic, feminine rose scent. An exquisite blend of seven rose varieties, it is beautifully balanced with notes of crushed violet, mint and a hint of citrus, crisp as a freshly-cut bouquet. For the whole month of October, Jo Malone will be donating £20 from each 100ml bottle sold to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

  • Lulu Guinness Chalk and Blush Leather Natasha Trainers, £145,

    Update your trainer collection with this pretty, limited edition version of the popular Natasha model from Lulu Guinness. These 100% leather trainers come with soft pink accents in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness month, with blush velvet laces, pink piping and the signature Lulu Guinness lip logo on the back. 10% of all sales go to the charity Breast Cancer Now.

  • House of Garrard Wings Embrace Ear Climbers, POA,

    Beautiful jewellery isn’t just for show: iconic London jeweller Garrard is marking this October’s Breast Cancer Awareness month by donating 10% of sales made at its Mayfair flagship to breast cancer charity Future Dreams. Take your pick from the heavenly new additions to the well-loved Wings collection, which add delicate colour to the brand’s signature designs. Dainty yet striking, these face-framing ear climbers feature overlaid wings, with twinkling diamonds and pink sapphires set in 18ct rose gold.

  • Sabyasachi x Thomas Goode Wedding Trusseau, POA,

    This unique wedding service, the result of a collaboration between luxury tableware company Thomas Goode and renowned Indian bridal couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee, is fit for royalty. Brought to whimsical life by 43 artists from the Sabyasachi Art Foundation, the collection is intricately designed with floral and animal motifs, featuring traditional fables and parables. Including a bespoke dinner service, glassware, and fine table linen, the craftsmanship and beauty of this wedding trousseau will surely make it a treasured gift for any newlywed couple.

  • Hesper Fox Dietrich Silk Pyjama Shirt, £175,

    The latest collection from ultra-chic British sleepwear brand Hesper Fox is full of luxurious pieces in emerald silk – we especially love this extravagant take on snake-print. The 100% silk shirt is a relaxed fit, finished with hand-worked contrasting piping and mother-of-pearl buttons in a nod to classic tailoring. For ultimate night-time glamour, wear with the matching pyjama bottoms, though it can also be styled with a sharp blazer and trousers as a striking statement piece.

  • Clos19 Bar Cart by Dimorestudio, £20,000,

    Inject some mid-century glamour into your home with this limited edition bar cart, a collaboration between LVMH”s Clos19 and Italian studio Dimore. Inspired by the masters of 1960s design, its sleek lines and elegant symmetry make it a beautiful piece of furniture, which also serves as a sophisticated, functional storage unit for your favourite tipple. Made of glossy dark lacquered wood with polished brass accents, each cart is made to order and hand-crafted by architects in Milan.

  • Hicks & Brown Chelsworth Fedora, £124,

    No longer reserved for formal occasions, the hat is shaping up to be the crucial accessory for autumn/winter, making frequent appearances on this season’s catwalks. This beautifully made wool fedora from Hicks & Brown is a classic, highly wearable nod to the trend, bringing a chic touch to any cold-weather ensemble. Each hat is decorated with a clutch of real feathers and velvet trim, and also comes in versatile maroon and navy options.


  • Isle of Harris Gin, £37,

    This award-winning dry gin, produced within the Scottish Isle of Harris, would make a perfect addition to any discerning drinks connoisseurs cart or cabinet. Sugar Kelp, sustainably hand-harvested by a local diver from the ocean around the islands, gives it a distinct maritime note, conjuring up thoughts of high seas and wind-swept coastlines. Hints of bitter orange, pine, grapefruit and green herbs contribute to the clean finish – ideal for a crisp, classic G&T.

  • Boden Austen Coat in Red, £220,

    Call off the search for new chic winter outerwear – Boden’s elegant wool-blend coat comes in a vibrant crimson, with the added choice of detachable leopard print or navy faux-fur collar. Part of a capsule of coats honouring remarkable historical British women who dared to be different, Boden’s ‘Austen’ coat is worthy of its moniker. Fitted at the waist and flared to create a feminine silhouette, it is a striking and stylish take on the seasonal classics – enough to brighten any gloomy winter morning.

  • Chloé Ayla Half Moon Sunglasses, £259,

    These gorgeous 50s spectacle-inspired glasses from French luxury brand Chloé have the power to enhance any ensemble. A perfect blend of contemporary and vintage style, the super-thin sunnies have been designed with a modish half-moon silhouette, a sophisticated saddle bridge, 100 percent UVA and UVB protection, and of course, are engraved with the signature Chloé logo.

  • Monica Vinader X Caroline Issa Gemstone Cocktail Earrings, £375,

    Our most coveted collaboration of the season, this Caroline Issa for Monica Vinader collection debuts beautiful new gemstones to the jewellery brand in bold, colourful designs. Picking just one piece is near impossible, but if pushed we’ll be plumping for these gemstone cocktail earrings, which are so gorgeous they will negate the need to think about the rest of your outfit, ever again.

  • Hurlingham Rugby Hoodie in Raspberry, £105,

    Since 1875, Hurlingham Polo has been world renowned as a stalwart of the game of Polo. The company’s firmly held values of authenticity, integrity, quality and style have now been translated into a luxury lifestyle brand inspired by the style and heritage of the game of kings. Hurlingham Polo 1875’s luxury clothing collection spans the requisite polo kit essentials alongside athleisure wear and classic lifestyle lines. Unequivocally British and the official kit sponsors of the England Polo Team, the luxury brand has recently announced new global ambassadors: Canadian Fred Mannix, currently part of legendary Argentine team Alegria, and England women’s Captain Nina Clarkin who is also currently ranked as the world’s number one female player. These two Polo greats are leading the charge for Hurlingham Polo 1875’s new campaign alongside a coterie or rising stars: Lorna Fleming, Tamara Gibbons, Milly Hine, Tommy Severn, Jasmine Stanhope, Hugo Taylor, Charlie Townsend and Luke Wiles. For more information on the new lines and to see exclusive films of Nina Clarkin and Fred Mannix discussing their careers in polo, visit

  • Lululemon and Barry’s Bootcamp’s Reveal Tight Precision Leggings in Red Dust, £108,

    Tired of see-through stitching and insufficient leggings that just aren’t worth working out for? Enter Lululemon’s ‘red dust’ Reveal Tight Precision Leggings, designed in collaboration with fitness experts Barry’s Bootcamp. With a seamless fabrication designed to reduce chafing, and stylish ‘open-hole’ details which allow air to effortlessly flow through, these flattering yet functional sportswear are guaranteed to withstand any workout.

  • Soho Home’s Holcombe Sofa, £3,995,

    Part of Soho Home’s beautiful new Babington House collection, which features a range of countryside-inspired furnishings and accessories, the Holcombe sofa is as comfortable as it is charming, with its elegant curved sides, traditional deep buttoning and luxury mohair upholstery.

  • Nazan Schnapp Luminous Youth Diamond Sheer Highlighter Balm, £50,

    Looking for the perfect autumn skin pick-me-up? Infused with coconut, orchid-oil and diamond powder, this antioxidant-rich formula plumps and hydrates while adding subtle, healthy-looking highlights to cheekbones, lips and brow bones.

  • Jo Malone London Poppy & Barley Cologne in 100ml, £98,

    The latest collection from Britain’s beloved luxury perfumery Jo Malone London, Poppy & Barley draws botanical inspiration from the heavenly scents of golden harvest and fragrant English poppies. Master Perfumer Mathilde Bijaoui has fused spritely floral aromas, including rose and violet, with zingy blackcurrants, to create a timely cologne you won’t want to be without.

  • Stella x Hunter Boots, £320,

    Two of fashion’s finest, Hunter and Stella McCartney, have collaborated in creation of a gorgeously sustainable and vegan wellington. The ideal footwear for coming into autumn, the quintessentially British boots, which made their debut in the Winter 2019 runway show in Paris, have been crafted with sustainably-sourced natural rubber and Yulex, a kind-to-earth material used to replace traditional and synthetic neoprene. With its classic unisex Hunter wellington design – available in black, clatter grey and a stunning olive tone – and modern Stella McCartney touches, we’ll be praying it rains just to sport these on our feet.

  • Defender 110, from £45,240,

    Branded as ‘an icon reimagined for the 21st Century’, the new Land Rover Defender is the latest innovation from the luxury 4X4 specialists dedicated to off-road driving and sophisticated functionality. Continuing their legacy of designing spectacular vehicles suited to both adventure and family life, the new model features a beautifully unique silhouette with minimal front and rear overhangs, Alpine light windows situated within the roof, and advanced durable D7x architecture designed to endure extreme environments beyond that of a standard vehicle. Inside, practical yet stylish interiors comprise of exposed structural elements, a central front jump seat, a profusion of storage facilities, and touch screen main controls. As efficient as it is attractive, the new model also boasts electrified powertrains, as well as opportunity for cleaner diesel engines, keeping the environment in mind. Make yours bespoke by selecting from three distinctive interior colour schemes, a range of accessory packs, and contrasting body designs.

  • Three Spirit Botanical Alchemy, £24.99,

    Ever dream of drinking without the dreaded hangover? Three Spirit has finally answered our sober prayers. No need to pop the paracetamols, down the berocca, or sleep in after an evening drinking this botanical ‘social elixir’. Crafted by a group of specialist bartenders, botanists and herbalists, the bittersweet alcohol-free concoction provides a healthy alternative to other conventional potent spirits, powered entirely by eleven natural herbs and plants, including passion flower, coconut vinegar, agave and vitamin B complex. Mix yours with soda, blackcurrant cordial, or enjoy it simply on the rocks.

  • & Other Stories Puff Sleeve Ruffled Mini Dress, £95,

    Feel pretty-in-pink in this stunning satin dress from & Other Stories, whose voguish styling, sent from Stockholm, Paris and Los Angeles, has garnered unwavering attention across the capital. Part of a new capsule collection between the luxe brand and actress Sandra Andreis, this is the ideal item for seeing out the summer – wear with a pair of black stirrup leggings for those chillier mornings – from office to evening, with brogues, trainers or heels; this dress covers all bases. With a flattering low-dropped waist, button-up bodice, and romantic ruffle and puff-sleeve style, we’ll be adding this to our shopping cart right away.

  • Ardmore Design, Leopard Lovebird cushion cover in Night, £140,

    Snuggle up with this glamorous handmade cushion from African luxury lifestyle brand, Ardmore Design, whose beautiful bold prints and elegant designs make for stunning home additions and accessories. Sure to make a statement displayed on your sofa, bed or chair, the Leopard Lovebird cushion cover’s stunning embossed imagery depicts the story told within its original inspired artwork. If you’re looking to adorn your furnishings with an array of decorative cushions, the captivating cover also comes in Magnolia, Delta, and Tanzanite.

  • Decléor’s Antidote Daily Advanced Concentrate, £48,

    The perfect antidote (literally) to post-summer skin, Decléor’s latest edition, Antidote Advanced Concentrate is the daily skin strengthening serum our face is crying out for. Created with a fusion of sugar beet-derived hyaluronic acid, peppermint, sandalwood and patchouli essential oils, the elixir promises to protect the skin daily from pollution, water loss, dullness and fatigue, all while strengthening the natural barrier and creating a more even and refined texture. The simplistic yet sophisticated glass bottle design will look pretty nice sat on our bathroom shelves too.

  • The Bucklesbury Mini Handbag, £650,

    Sophisticated, sleek, and suited to complement any style, the new Bucklesbury Mini is the versatile handbag we have long been searching for. Hand-designed with soft-touch Italian leather and featuring a modish brass clasp, the luxury Italian accessory is a timeless piece crafted to be carried time and time again. As practical as it is fashionable, the Mini also features a subtle smart phone pocket to the back, as well as a comfortable padded handle and adjustable shoulder strap for cross-body styling, so whether it’s to dinner, work or a wedding, you won’t want to be without it. For those looking to add a splash of colour to their wardrobe, the Mini also comes in a gorgeous pink. We’ll take both.

  • Okunoren Oju Egun Skirt, £1,170,

    Brighten up your style with this eccentric wine aso-oke beaded skirt from renowned luxury Nigerian fashion brand Okunoren. In collaboration with the African Institute of Design – an institute which supports and educates over 1,000 young Nigerians every year – the brand has produced a beautiful and vibrant collection of high-quality clothing titled ‘Divinity to Form’, in which 20 percent of all profits will be generously donated to the Institute’s Emerging Talent Initiative. Fusing spectacular African artisanal techniques with contemporary western styling, this forever skirt will see you through the end of summer and beyond.

  • Tada & Toy Diamond Lucky Charm Hoops, £350,

    Dare to sparkle in these stunning diamond hoops from luxury jewellery boutique Tada & Toy, the London-based accessories brand specialising in quality designs that are luxurious, timeless and fun. Destined to add a little shine to your style, these 9ct gold twinkling earrings will make the ideal accompaniment to any outfit, whether it’s an occasion to dress down or dress-to-impress. For an alternative take on the style, peruse the Tada & Toy website for a selection of charms to build onto the earrings, where you can refresh your look time and time again. Haven’t got your ears pierced? Check out our round up of the best luxury piercing parlours in London.

  • Alexis Amor Jojo Optical Glasses, £245,

    Nothing can upgrade your style quite like a new pair of glasses. Things are done a little differently at Alexis Amor. The British designer offers customers bold and beautiful designs handmade from the finest quality materials. Visit Alexis’ headquarters in Richmond for cutting edge precision eye testing with his expert team, choose your frames, and then walk away with your perfect match with on-the-spot glazing using the latest lenses and equipment. We love these fashion-forward Jojo frames, available in a range of colourways and back in stock after selling out.

  • Matt & Nat Harley Vegan Sneaker, £90,

    Proving sneakers can be stylish and sustainable, luxury vegan leather brand Matt and Nat’s white Harley sneakers are not only cool, but cruelty-free and eco-friendly also. Designed using vegan and recycled materials, including lining made entirely out of recycled plastic bottles (the brand recycles over 6 million a year), you can tread the Earth a little lighter in these sophisticated shoes.

  • Caran d’Ache Neocolor Pastels, £25.99,

    Finally running out of ideas for the summer holidays? If you’ve exhausted all avenues (and funds) then it’s time to get crafty in the home with a set of these classic oil pastels by Caran d’Ache. A favourite with well-known artists and designers since the ’50s for their ability to draw on any material from glass to stone, they will be a sure-fire hit with the kids. (A well-supervised sure-fire hit, that is. Keep the upholstery safe…)

  • Baobab’s Modernista Vidre Candle in Poetry, size Max24, £265,

    Bring the scent of a Mediterranean garden into your home with this limited edition ‘Poetry’ Modernista Vidre Candle by luxury scented candle and diffuser brand Baobab. With a perfectly perfumed fusion of citron, moss and cyprus, it’ll feel (and smell) like summer wherever this candle goes. Aptly named ‘Poetry’, the fragrant candle sits within a beautifully crafted hand-blown glass inspiring green reflections, a simple nod to nature, emphasised by the perfusing natural scents. What’s more, the generous size means these glorious aromas can be enjoyed throughout the rest of summer and beyond.

  • Lulu Guinness’ Bibi Bingo Tote, £225,

    Inspired by Lulu’s bingo-embroidered purse from the early noughties, this eccentric Lulu Guinness Bibi Bingo Tote from the dynamic designer brand certainly makes a statement. The authentic accessory – part of a new trio of vintage knitting bags, each cleverly embossed with imagery of traditional British games -naturally puts the fun in fashion and makes the ideal all-year-round outfit accompaniment. Fashioned from soft textured bouclé in bold colours, we’ll be getting our hands on the Crossword and Dominos styles as well.


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Updated on: Monday 11 November

John Smedley Scarf

With the cold setting in, it’s the humble scarf’s time to shine: wrap up with this cosy, cable-knit number from iconic knitwear brand John Smedley, this year celebrating their 235th anniversary with a Legacy Collection. It’s made of the soft, luxurious Alpaca wool, free from dyes and sustainably farmed in Exmoor National Park. John Smedley Appleton British Alpaca Wool Scarf in Natural White, £200,

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