The Fashion Audit: Wally watchers, hair vajazzles, Liberty and the discolympics
What we love, we're not sure about, we're buying and can't wait for...
We love: Wally watchers
Officially the world's best hide-and-seek player, Where's Wally is celebrating 25 years in the game with a collaboration with Comme des Garçons that is sure to become instantly collectible.
T-shirt £160, Dover Street Market, London W1
We're not sure about: Hair raising
Not content with bringing the vajazzle out of an Essex salon and onto the world's stage, Amy Childs has taken things to the next step with Hair Vajazzles – which are intended for use on the hair on your head and should surely be dubbed hajazzles.
We're buying: Accessorise this
A trip to Liberty's refurbished accessories emporium is a treat indeed, with fine and fashion jewellery nestled next to a devastatingly handsome selection of luxury handbags and leather goods.
Liberty, Regent Street, London W1, 020 7734 1234
We can't wait for: Discolympics
Despite slightly freaking out about the anticipated crowds and licking our wounds about not bagging any tickets, The Audit is secretly excited for the Olympics. This 12-night pop-up members-only bar – with big swing bands and pure disco – is just one reason that London will be the place to be.
26 July-12 August, nightgames.co.uk
We're packing: Sleeping bag jackets
Anyone who's ever shuffled bleary-eyed out of a condensation-laden tent at an ungodly hour and shivered their way up to the top of a field to receive tea and sympathy will realise how ingenious being able to do so while still wearing your sleeping bag really is.
Nap sack, £89.99, snowandrock.com
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