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Ten Things we Love this August

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Fashion desirables and must-have items for the home this August...

Western Edge

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Otto d’Ame

Unlimited horizons and absolute freedom. The SS18 collection from Otto d’Ame takes the wearer from the timeless elegance of European capitals to the dry heat of Texas with ruffles, fringing, light denim and earthy hues.

Otto d’Ame

Statement Making

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JW Anderson

Jonathan Anderson continues to push design boundaries with unexpected twists and a unique aesthetic. Try these sphere earrings with a plain T-shirt to spice up an ordinary ensemble. £295;

Farfetch

Best Foot Forward

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Aeyde x Lucy Williams

Berlin-based footwear brand Aeyde has partnered with the leading fashion blogger Lucy Williams on two new summer styles. Inspired by Lucy’s travels, each evokes her celebrated sense of adventure and curiosity.

Aeyde

Can Do

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The Uncommon

We love this: a crowdfunded British start-up making ridiculously enjoyable English sparkling wine in rather natty cans. No more vinegary plonk in mini bottles to accompany your summer adventures! £35 for 8 x 250ml cans;

The Uncommon

Brighter Shade

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East London Parasol

Swap out your umbrella for a flamboyant parasol. Bringing the exotic to Britain, check out the vast array of colours available to add some brightness to those grey days. £399;

East London Parasol Company

Head Start

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Made x Bobbin

Safety should always be priority number one when cycling, but that doesn’t mean style doesn’t count. Thanks be then to Made, and the brand’s collab with Bobbin that features sleek cycle helmets in brass, chrome, copper, camo and black – all tough and terrific to look at. From £39;

Made

Modern Classics

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Robert Clergerie

French shoe designer Robert Clergerie became famous for his reworking of the classic men’s Oxford shoe for women. Here he plays with woven raffia to create the ultimate summer accessory. £356;

Farfetch

Feet First

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Cottage Toys

For little ones inspired by the World Cup, what better treat than this dinky, retro-styled table football set? Old-skool family fun, and crafted from safe, natural materials, £69.99;

Cottage Toys

Park Life

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Park SSC

We all know playing sport is good for you, but how much more satisfying is it to know that by purchasing this (stylishly designed, it must be said) Park SSC football you’re also providing a ball to a disadvantaged child somewhere in the world? Goal!

Park

Swing Time

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Graham & Green

Create an inviting accent in your space with this bohemian hanging egg chair. For added luxe, we suggest adorning with a sumptuous, cuddlesome sheepskin rug. £355;

Graham and Green


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