Look what has caught the eye of the editor.
We all need a bit of a pick me up right now, and rainbows are the ultimate symbol of hope. Which is why this bracelet by Estella Bartlett stuck out to me.
Decorated with a rainbow of Miyuki beads and completed by a beaming sun pendant, the bracelet arrives cushioned in a soft grey pouch and packaged in a gift envelope making this the perfect gift.
Oh, and it's called the Beaded Rainbow Sun Charm Louise Bracelet, so I have to love it don't I?!
There's nothing like a bit of bling to see in a new year, and the new Clean Cool Cultured collection from Lark & Berry ticks that box perfectly.
According to the company, “'Clean,' as in, a clean diamond that's better for the Earth and just as genuine as its mined counterpart, without a single bit of shady history. 'Cool,' meaning that cultured diamonds are just the same as mined but created more responsibly with technology. “Cultured” is our go-to term for grown diamonds. Much more so than “lab grown,” cultured really embodies our favourite aspect of these little shiny, luxurious, technological gemstone marvels - they are truly the way forward - the only sustainable diamond today and for the future."
I have a particular perchance for these beauties, which are the Wide Hoop Earring in 10K Yellow Gold Plate and White Rhodium.
In 2021, Boda Skins will launch a new capsule collection each season. These condensed collections will include Boda Skins' most influential pieces, including puffer jackets, shearling jackets, denim, boots and face masks, and of course, the wide range of leather jackets that it is renowned for. We particularly love the sunglasses, such as these pictured.
The company is also working on sustainable initiatives in 2021, including zero waste packaging and an innovative buy-back scheme for customers, where it will turn old jackets into reusable rucksacks that will then be used to send out new product in. This will be available from the spring.
Prison reform charity, Leather Inside Out, has joined forces with sustainable accessory brand, Terracotta Row, to create a collection of socially and eco conscious bags through the Design for Life programme, which are crafted by women in prison and on release.
The new collection of stylish tote bags, which are made from recycled material, are available to buy from the Tate Modern online shop shop.tate.org.uk – as part of its Tate Edit Makers' Showcase.
Jewellery and accessories brand Miss Milly has collaborated with local designer Michelle Robinson to offer a new range of pick-up gifts and bold earrings to retailers.
The new range includes magnetic hearts sent on sentiment cards with a choice of phrases, pocket hug heart keyrings and glittery earrings with silver-plated hooks. The products are made to order within a week and are shipped separately from other Miss Milly products.
As thoughts turn to warmer times and, dare we say it, tropical getaways, consumers will start to turn their attention to their summer wardrobes.
These practical yet stylish slingbacks from Celtic & Co are perfect for exploring all the places that were beyond our reach in 2020.
A scarf can work for any occasion, be it to the office, after work drinks or a wedding, and are ideal items to have on display in store.
This offering from Sesam is eye-catching, bright and vivid, and would be the perfect up-sell and finishing touch for any outfit.
Finding men's gifts that also does good is a tall order, however, the recent collaboration between Help for Heroes and watchmaker Dartmouth Brands to launch a range of unique, co-branded watches that represent the services that make up our British Armed Force does just that.
Beginning with AVI-8, the limited-edition Flyboy Engineer Automatic showcases powerful yet subtle design cues to pay tribute to those who have sacrificed their lives for the nation, past and present.
There are just 300 pieces available of the Flyboy Engineer Automatic Help for Heroes Limited Edition, with each watch sold contributing directly to the charity's vital role in providing emotional, social, and financial support to those with injuries and illnesses attributable to their service in the British Armed Forces.
If there's one thing that will get a woman in a fluster, it's having her jewellery entangled at the bottom of her make-up bag (no? just me?). That's why the new collaboration between London-based fine jewellery brand, The Alkemistry and global luxury accessories specialist Wolf, has got me all of a flutter.
The two companies are offering a limited-edition jewellery box that embraces ancient symbolism and represents protection, intuition and female empowerment.
In one of The Alkemistry's best-selling shapes, the box borrows its inspiration from The High Priestess tarot card, which signifies tenacity, inner wisdom and the power of trusting your instincts.
The jewellery box comes in rich navy velvet, with embroidered gold stars, vibrant turquoise moons and a feminine eye centrepiece – making it a literal and symbolic protector for your most cherished jewels. The elegant circular design provides ample space for rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets whilst Wolf's patented anti-tarnish technology protects jewellery for years to come.
While weddings may be slightly different than normal, we're heading into a new year, with summer 2021 set to be a hot bed of celebrations. This stunning headpiece from Merve Bayindir's SS21 Sunset collection is a real showstopper.