The Fashion Audit: Net-a-porter, dung bags, the new Aesop and David Beckham

What we love, we're not sure about, we're buying and can't wait for...

We love: The net-a-porter sale

The Audit is a devoted fan of online luxury boutique, and never more so than when the word sale is thrown into the mix. With new reductions and added items there's a treasure trove of bargains to snap up.

We're not sure about: Elephant dung bags

Going green has long been the new black, but The Big Issue's new campaign, championed by Sting and his wife Trudie Styler, featuring bags made of a combination of elephant dung and banana skin is taking it too far. Not a combination we'd like to carry our shopping in.

We can't wait for: The new Aesop

With its clever mix of botanical ingredients and advanced skincare technology, Aesop makes a regular appearance on beauty wish lists, which is why the launch of a brand- new Soho store this week is causing much excitment.

Aesop Soho, 41 Lexington Street, London, W1F 9AJ

We're buying: Everything!

It's good news for fans of cult French brand The Kooples, which has opened a store at the McArthurGlen designer outlet where savvy shoppers can get their fix of chic Parisian style at a snip, with up to 60 per cent off the normal retail price.

McArthurGlen, York Designer Outlet, York YO19 4TA

We're swooning over: David Beckham bodywear for H&M

Prepare to get all hot and bothered at the sight of David Beckham modelling his new bodywear range for H&M. Any interest is solely related to the technical specifications of the collection of course.

Available from 2 February instore and online,