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When Louis Vuitton hops on the novelty bag train, your accessory collection follows

From Dior's iconic saddle design and Anya Hindmarch's Polo clutch to Loewe's elephant silhouette, handbags have long gone beyond conventional shapes in favour of making a statement, but the trend has now resurfaced for the new season – and this time, it's going a step further. Last month, Louis Vuitton made headlines with its collectible LV paint can bag, but if the £1,980 price tag is a little out of reach for your long-suffering Monzo, an influx of more affordable quirky 'thing' bags will add some personality to your wardrobe.

Whether you're a sports fan or not, British designer Tomme's array of repurposed basketball bags (from £185) make a departure from your go-to crossbody, with the same said for Kate Spade's roma tomato and beach tent styles (both £395). House of Disaster's faux leather design (£36.99) brings new meaning to camera bags, while fans of Chanel No.5 won't be able to resist Mystique Craft Studio's bestselling perfume bottle-inspired bag (£39.98). The latter's Rubik's Cube (£29.98), tape cassette (£32.98) and Gameboy designs (£29.98), along with Dolls Kill's vinyl record (£45) all guarantee to add retro flair to any outfit, but it's Sarah's Bag's pyramid Bonjus pouch (£62) and Handmade By Dia's strawberry milk carton (£25) that will deliver a heavy dose of childhood nostalgia with every wear. Who says we can't have statement style and functionality?

When it's dark by 8pm but you're not ready for the big light, give your tea lights a home they deserve with these holders
sun and day / £25
Lovers of pared back, zen-like aesthetics won't be able to resist adding this neutral stone set of two to their coffee table
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Anna + Nina / £15
Elevate that value pack of 100 tea lights to Instagram grid-worthy standards with this pink candy stripe glass holder
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Contrast Shade / £10
With the option to fit either two or three mini candles, this colour-clash dish will add instant personality to your tablescape
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adele w design / £32
Get two for the price of one with this purple splodge design, which looks just as good paired together as it does apart
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Oliver Bonas / £9.50
This metallic galaxy-inspired pot proves that sometimes it's the smallest accessories that can have the biggest impact
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H&M / £3.99
Doing double duty, this clever holder can hold either your favourite stick candles or tea lights, and is available in five colours
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Ditch that pile of dinner party washing-up, thanks to Jamie Oliver's new one-pan recipes
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This pioneering Finnish beauty brand has just landed in the UK to make juicy skin a thing

We've had glass skin, jello skin, glazed donut skin (thanks Hailey Bieber) – next stop, juicy skin? That's the aim of Djusie, a Finnish beauty brand that arrives in the UK today with a collection of just three products. Originally launched in 2019 by Katja Kokko – a skinfluencer and pioneer in the world of Finnish holistic skincare – Djusie is all about using natural ingredients such as adaptogens, herbs and byproducts from the juice industry, with a focus on hydration, pH balance and maintaining a healthy skin barrier. 

With dopamine-boosting, 100% recyclable packaging, the Liquid Silk Cleansing Oil (£35) is packed with squalane, flowering quince seed oil and lingonberry oil, while the exfoliating Acid Bloom Balancing Essence (£39) is comprised of fruit PHAs (polyhydroxy acids), toning vinegar and firming gotu kola. But it's the radiance-enhancing Fruit Glaze Vitalising & Brightening Facial Oil (£49) – whose list of star players include açaí berry oil, bisabolol and rosehip seed oil – that Stylist's beauty editor Morgan Fargo is fan-girling over. "Formulated to tackle hyperpigmentation and assuage dullness, it's an efficacious silky oil that sinks into the skin with gentle patting and doesn't cause any stinging or redness. And did I mention that the branding is beautiful and the glass bottle feels wonderfully weighty? 10/10 would recommend." From £35; contentbeautywellbeing.com

Add an autumnal feel to your home with these midweight blankets and throws
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