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Ten Things we Love this July

Ten Things we Love this July

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Celebrate summer with an abundance of colour this July

Colour Concept

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Stine Goya

Copenhagen-born Stine Goya entered the scene 12 years ago with a series of art-inspired designs. The brand embraces floaty fabrics, whimsical prints and bold colourways.

Stine Goya

French Connection

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Whistles

If, like us, you wish every day was a holiday, wear your heart on your sleeve – or at least on your handbag. This pouch features a Gallic slogan that’s oh-so-summery and completely contemporary.£35;

Whistles

Garden of Delight

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Bimba Y Lola

Bimba Y Lola is celebrating a summer of love with a collection inspired by the bohemian spirit of the 1970s. Delivering plenty of frayed denim, natural leather and paintbox brights, this is psychedelia made stylish. We’re fans.

Bimba y Lola

Do the Splits

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Grow Gorgeous

Split ends appear out of nowhere. Even after a haircut it can be hard to eliminate them – and that’s where End Split Ends steps in. Reinforcing strands and sealing broken fibres of dry hair are just some of the ways it helps. £19;

Grow Gorgeous

Swim Team

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Bon Ton

Bon Ton’s swimwear collection is quite possibly the freshest we’ve seen this season. Think tri-colour blocking and retro tankinis with a modern edge, all set off by shimmering green and blue one-pieces.

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Graphic Art

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Iittala

Iittala Graphics is a collection that draws on a range of different designers to create unique visual “expressions” – which are then used to adorn the humble mug. A high-end take on an everyday essential. 21.90€;

Iitalia

Exotic Décor

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House of Hackney

House of Hackney has always pushed the boundaries and its new collection of exotic wallpapers, fabrics and homewares is no exception. Brighten up your home with a little “wow” factor. £195;

House of Hackney

Flower Fairy

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Vitra

Vitra’s Nuages vases are made of coloured, anodised aluminium or ceramic and come in several different sizes. Reminiscent of clouds, they can be easily grouped into clusters or large-scale configurations.

Vitra

Wooden Heart

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Ercol

The iconic British furniture-maker’s large Romana oak sideboard bears the company’s signature soft curve, while its clear matt lacquer shows the beauty of the timber. £2,090;

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Tutti Frutti

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Flying Tiger

Hit the beach with these fun and fabulous round towels from Flying Tiger. Choose from watermelon, citrus fruit or grapefruit – a refreshing way to stand out from the crowd. £10;

Flying Tiger

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