The best and worst in fashion this week: Sanctuary Spa, Selfie Stick, Converse and Givenchy

What we love, we're buying and we're not sure about... from skincare, to footwear

We love…  Skin sanctuary

When a product comes with the preface ‘wonder’, it really ought to do something special. Sanctuary Spa’s Wonder Oil Serum does, blending the deep moisture of oil and the nourishing benefits of a serum, minus any greasy finish. £19.50, boots.com

The Selfy Stick provides an extended arm to  

We’re not sure about… Selfie strain

Those well-versed with the modern art of selfie-taking will know it’s not always that easy. Enter the Selfy Stick, which provides an extended arm to further indulge such vanities without the contortions.  £15, prettylittlething.com

Converse with zipper  

We’re buying…  Zip it

Forget fiddling with laces and fighting to get your trainers on and off, because Converse has released a new version of its classic Chuck Taylor style. It comes with a handy zip running down the back.

£60, office.co.uk

Massimo Dutti’s new Equestrian collection

We can’t wait for… Horsing around

Country types will love Massimo Dutti’s new Equestrian collection, available at the brand’s pop-up shop at the Longines Global Champions Show Jumping tour.

London, 14-16 August,  massimodutti.com

Rave bag from Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci  

We’re saving up for… glow sacks 

It’s time to start compiling an autumn/winter wishlist and top of ours is the Rave bag from Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci which comes in neon yellow rubber – the most luxurious glow stick ever? From £515, givenchy.com

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