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Everyone's favourite small-batch fashion label is now dipping its stylish toe into homeware

When it comes to wedding guest dresses, wearable separates and stylish knitwear, there are few brands that cover all bases quite like Kitri. Since launching in 2017, the London label has amassed a cult following for its colourful, joy-inducing clothing which aims to minimise waste by operating a pre-order, limited-run system. And now you can inject the same feel-good style and cheerful patterns into your living space thanks to its new collaboration with independent homeware brand Amuse La Bouche.

Debuting in 2020 with a small collection of napkins, Amuse La Bouche has now expanded to a full range of eye-catching pieces including ceramics, tablecloths, robes and more – in the home furnishings version of a meet-cute, the capsule collaboration merges its signature ruffled edges with fabrics from Kitri's retro-inspired summer collection. Featuring cushion covers, napkins, table runners and a graphic print tea towel, the bold and bright drop stays true to both brands' sustainable values, with each 100% linen piece produced in small runs. Breathe instant energy into your spring tablescape with the striped runner (£85), add some fun to your tired sofa with the exuberant cushion covers (£65) and make the washing-up an altogether more stylish affair with the pastel tea towel (£20) – or have it framed as a gift for that cocktail-loving friend (to all our mates reading this – yes, that's a not-so-subtle hint…) From £20; kitristudio.com


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If you like your TV series with a side of nail-biting drama, maligned women in history and A-list actors, we've got you. In Gaslit, Julia Roberts stars as Martha Mitchell, socialite and wife to President Nixon's loyal attorney general John Mitchell, played by Sean Penn. You'll follow Martha (Roberts) as she goes from glitzy guest appearances on variety shows and magazine covers, to the woman that blows the whistle on Watergate, one of the biggest scandals in American politics. 

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Dive into Portugal's lesser-known flavours at this buzzy new Fitzrovia opening

When it comes to Portuguese food, Nando's has a lot to answer for. The global chain – originally founded in Johannesburg – made piri-piri chicken so synonymous with the country's cuisine that you almost sigh with relief when it's nowhere to be found on the menu of Lisboeta. But given it's the newborn baby of celebrated chef Nuno Mendes (he of former Chiltern Firehouse fame), Lisboeta's menu was never going down the obvious path. And it's not just the food that's curated with the utmost care – the tiled floor is designed to remind you of Lisbon's cobbled streets, the ground floor bar topped with a particular limestone specific to nearby Sintra, and the upstairs gallery wall boasts works from the Feira da Ladra flea market, as well as Mendes' personal collection.

"Piri-piri fans will be happy to know that it doesn't totally miss out, thanks to being sprinkled on oversized grilled prawns," says Stylist Loves editor Gemma Crisp. "But the stars of the small plates section were the chunky asparagus swimming in a vibrant green wild garlic emulsion and the intense red peppers that accompanied the acorn-fed black pork. Smoked potatoes were just the right mix of subtle and potent to offset the richness of the slow-cooked lamb shoulder, but the dessert menu truly stole the show with its splodge of pork fat custard with port caramel – don't knock it til you try it. And don't leave before ordering a Lisboa negroni – swapping gin for ginjinha, Portugal's iconic cherry liqueur, the delicious result is something you definitely won't find at Nando's." 30 Charlotte St, London, W1T; lisboeta.co.uk


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