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<p>1. London Undercover Brussels Sprout</p>
<p>£30, liberty.co.uk</p>
<p>Endearingly kooky and light enough to slip into your bag. Has a wooden handle and cotton strap.</p>

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They’re grrreat: prices start from £60 for accessories, all Tiger of Sweden, Selfridges, 400 Oxford Street, London W1, 0800 123 400, selfridges.com

Burning bright

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Stocking fillers

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Hawaiian shirt, £110, by Paradise Found, Selfridges, selfridges.com
1. Belvedere Unfiltered
£43.99, thedrinkshop.com
It divides drinkers, Belvedere - some find it too subtle. But there is much to like in this diamond rye vodka which doesn't go through a final filtration.

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<p>1. Constanza</p>
<p>£35, habitat.co.uk</p>
<p>This glass light's natural curved shape gives a soft, ambient light. It will fit naturally into pretty much any interior.</p>

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1. Joseph Joseph Rinse & Chop: £16, Selfridges.com
A very clever board. It has hinges down the middle, allowing you to slide your prepared fruit and veg down off into the pan. It also has a colander at the end.

The 10 Best chopping boards

Whether you want to dice veg, chop meat, or just slice up a salad, there’s a surface here to suit every culinary need.

Moonpig founder takes share in outfitters Smart Turnout

An online gentleman's outfitter that began life as a regimental clothing supplier has attracted funding from giftcard group Moonpig.com's founder Nick Jenkins.

Hat £100,T-shirt £69, waistcoat from a selection, all by Sandro, selfridges.co.uk

French fashion's entente cordiale

Their labels have already conquered women's wardrobes. Now Sandro's range for men will turn the guys Gallic too, says Harriet Walker

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