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We love… Pyp to the post

We're big fans of fancy footwear here at The Audit, so the opening of a new shoe shop is always music to our ears. Luxury Swiss brand Lele Pyp has just opened a store in London's Mayfair. Expect to spot the fashion-forward designs with their signature curved sole on many a well-heeled customer.

£355, Lele Pyp, 5b Stafford St, London W1 lelepyp.com

We're not sure about… Enhanced assets

This hot weather is doing strange things to people – not least compelling certain individuals to dare to bare their derrière in teeny, tiny shorts. Ever on the hunt for a new body part to target, a new cosmetic procedure promises to lift and plump “bleavage” and fine tune your rear end for this type of exposure.

We're buying… Encyclopaedia Fashion

You might not be ready to think about coats and cashmere, but now is the time to throw yourself into the new season – and the re-booted Elle Collections magazine is just the thing to guide your way. In addition to the brand-spanking-new design, there's a newspaper pullout, self-portraits of designers and a poster of Sky Ferreira photographed by Hedi Slimane.

£7, available nationwide

We can't wait for... Mini-me

You've no doubt noticed that there's a bit of a buzz about babies at the moment, so the Spanish brand Mango has perfectly timed the introduction of its new childrenswear line which launches online next week and is perfect for little ones who want to follow in their parents' stylish footsteps.

Prices from £9.90, mango.com

We're saving up for… Delfina delights

As a member of the Fendi family, a penchant for luxury is practically in the DNA for Delfina Delettrez. Her new collection includes this covetable triple pearl gold ring which is a punkish update on next season's Sloane Ranger look.

£1,350, Dover Street Market, London W1

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