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What She Loves: Anchal Seda
The beauty influencer and podcaster – whose debut book What Would The Aunties Say?: A Brown Girl's Guide To Being Yourself And Living Your Best Life is out today – shares her current obsessions 

Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu
"This is really powerful – it's sort of like poetry but also has messages to guide you through life. When we were in lockdown, it was nice to turn to and helped me get through difficult times." £12.99,

Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Retinol Night Serum Capsules
"These capsules literally changed my life and my skin. They helped with hyperpigmentation and scarring – as someone of colour and Asian, it's something that we suffer with a lot. They turned those dark marks around really quickly and have improved my skin massively." £52.50, Feel Unique

Fitbit Luxe
"I love jewellery, especially gold jewellery. This looks luxe, you can't tell you're wearing a Fitbit – it's just a beautiful accessory. I like how it keeps me moving and reminds me to stay fit and healthy while discreetly looking good." £179.99, John Lewis & Partners

Tesco Finest White Sourdough Bread
"I always have this in the fridge. It's nice and crispy on the crust but the bread is so soft. Sourdough is that thing that you have when you go out to restaurants, so this is like constantly having a treat at home." £1.50, Tesco

Nikita by Niki White Agate Crystal Coasters
"There's so much advantage to having crystals at home in certain rooms because they all have different meanings. I bought these crystal coasters from a small brand called Nikita by Niki, which are gorgeous." £28 for two, Nikita by Niki

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Show us a lobster motif and we'll show you the love heart eyes emoji
MY DORIS / £27
Got a grubby make-up bag in need of an upgrade? This hand-beaded velvet pouch screams "pick me!"
Plain white trainers are good, but UK-made, vegan white trainers with a lobster detail are even better
RICK STEIN / £15.95
Designed by Kate Stein, this dinky lobster print jug will make your city flat feel like a seaside cottage
We reckon these art deco-inspired earrings would be a big hit with Sebastian from The Little Mermaid
This whimsical woollen scatter cushion will conjure beach hut vibes wherever it's laid to rest
MYZA / £45
Classic pyjama shirt and trouser set + fun novelty print = exactly the kind of high/low mix we live for

Apple green is the fashion pack's go-to colour right now – 11 pieces to shop
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Feast your eyes on new art by David Shrigley, Morag Myerscough and more at this free exhibition

You've soaked up David Hockney's spring lockdown paintings at the Royal Academy. You've gazed up at Tracey Emin's bronze birds while walking east London's public art trail, The Line. You're patiently waiting until more tickets for Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirror Rooms at Tate Modern are released. What's an art lover to do in the meantime? Visit Saatchi Gallery's brand new exhibition created in collaboration with Shoreditch contemporary art institution Jealous Print Studio & Gallery, that's what.

Opening today, Right Here Right Now (we know, reading that without singing Fatboy Slim is practically impossible) is a 4,000 square foot exhibition spread across two spaces, showcasing new, recent and previously unseen artwork from both emerging and established artists. Think Anthony Burrill's iconic typography, large-scale pieces from Ally McIntyre, joyously bright prints from Kate GibbMorag Myerscough's bold graphics, plus previously unseen drawings by Jessica AlbarnSara Pope's signature lip paintings, and an exclusive new edition from David Shrigley. Even better, admission is completely free and no pre-booking is required, which means you can get your art fix, pronto. Free; until 9 Sept; King's Road, London, SW3

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Image credits: Sam Folan; Series 1 Yellow Rectangle © Morag Myerscough; Tulips © Kate Gibb (2019); Tiger Shit (2021) © David Shrigley; Stillness Is A Portal To The Divine (2021) © Chris Levine. All images courtesy of the artists and Jealous; Coast; courtesy of brands
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