Good grief! It’s Peanuts tops
Lifestyle shop the Garbstore celebrates its first decade with a range of limited editions, such as this Peanuts sweatshirt collection. Peanuts range, from £40 couvertureandthegarbstore.com
Don’t you wish you could invite Lou Doillon to your Christmas party? Yeah, well you can’t. But you can wear an outfit inspired by her to this year’s do, courtesy of & Other Stories. Lou Doillon collection, from £49 stories.com
Right on time
The ethical watch brand Mam Originals has a new stainless steel collection. Recycled materials, conscientiously crafted and a nice-looking watch, too. Stainless steel collection, £131 mamoriginals.com
On 28 October 2003, Danish designer Peter Jensen asked his friends to use 10 rails of clothes to style outfits on his assistant, Jeanette, and photograph the results. Now you can admire them in this cute little art book. Jeanette book, £15 peterjensen.co.uk
Are you sitting comfortably?
Blackpop specialises in edgy prints for wallpaper and furniture. Its new launch is the pouffa – half sofa, half pouffe. The pouffa, from £790 blackpop.co.uk
Get jiggy with it: puzzles with attitude
If you’re bored of helping your grandma piece together The Hay Wain then why not blow her mind with a handcrafted, 400-piece jigsaw featuring a modern psychedelic design inspired by one of the four elements? Explain to her that doing jigsaws now counts as being mindful rather than a way of filling the hours until Pointless starts. Air jigsaw, £30 gillsaws.bigcartel.com
The Urbalive wormery is designed to compost in spaces where you wouldn’t keep worms and decomposing food. Buy one for your office or home and you can make worm tea fertiliser without any smell or mess. Urbalive worm farm, £149 wigglywigglers.co.uk
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