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Daisy Jones & The Six is finally here – and it's equal parts entertaining and empowering

Based on Taylor Jenkins Reid's bestselling novel of the same name, it feels like we've been waiting forever for the much-anticipated TV adaptation to arrive. But today is the day that Daisy Jones & The Six finally lands on screens – following the whirlwind rise of the eponymous fictional 70s rock group, it tells a story of conflict, explosive love and plenty of rock 'n' roll drama.

"In terms of entertainment and empowerment value, Daisy Jones & The Six has got it all," says Stylist contributor Charley Ross. "Set in 70s LA, with all the charm, nostalgia and sexism that comes with it, the show doesn't shy away from the double standards felt in Hollywood between men and women. But while the storylines and characters of Daisy Jones (Riley Keough) and the band's lead singer Billy Dunne (Sam Claflin) are a big reason for the book's cult following, I couldn't help but fall in love with the women on the sidelines of the drama. The ones who are fighting other battles against the backdrop of social pressures and discrimination that came with being a woman in the 70s – some of which we still deal with today. So while fans of the book and newcomers alike may be drawn to the series by the charismatic Daisy, I'm confident that they will stay for the incredible stories told by the women who surround her." On Prime Video now 

Friday calls for food-scented candles that smell (almost) good enough to eat…
Vampires look away now – this soy wax blend is made for lovers of Italian food, with notes of sautéed, caramelised and fresh minced garlic
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Overose / £46
Fill your home with the aroma of freshly baked croissants thanks to this pretty pastel candle – also available in almond and chocolate varieties
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Beauty Pie / £65
Cravings for a Kinder Bueno are almost guaranteed after one sniff of this decadent albeit sugary hazelnut and chocolate smell
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Grind / £15
Can you never resist an espresso martini? Made from 100% vegan soy wax, this illustrated design means you can enjoy the aroma at any time of the day
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Loaf / £25
Seville oranges, limes, candied orange rind and a hint of buttered toast: Paddington himself wouldn't be able to resist this ceramic candle
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D.S. & DURGA / £60
Celebrating the most of important meal of the day, this chic scent smells as good as it looks, with comforting aromas of coffee and almond pastries
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Stop scrolling: you could benefit from this incredible social impact initiative

Recent research has found that only 0.24% of total business funding is in support of Black-owned businesses in the UK, which is quite staggering. Outdoor media company Clear Channel is on a mission to change that, and they've launched a social impact initiative to open doors for Black small business owners. If this is you, or someone you know, applications are now open for an opportunity that's going to transform livelihoods.

Clear Channel has partnered with Jamii, an online marketplace for Black-owned brands, to launch Clear Channel Compass – and you have until 17 March to get your application in. This incredible competition will offer 10 Black-owned businesses free outdoor advertising space, as well as networking events and support throughout the year. A step in the right direction to shape the business word for the better – we're here for it.

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14 beauty editor-approved essentials for your next #EverythingShower
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The Friday Five: what to put on your radar, from a charity bake sale to new haircare
In the latest of our occasional series, discover five things that have piqued our interest this week  

Seventeen esteemed bakeries – including Ottolenghi, St. John and Flor – will be selling one-off products and signature treats tomorrow at Toklas restaurant, with 100% of profits donated to the Legacy of War Foundation. 10am-1pm; 4 March; 1 Surrey St, London WC2R 

Starring The Strays' Bukky Bakray, Everything I Know About Love's Aliyah Odoffin and The Baby's Amber Grappy, this coming-of-age play about female friendship follows four Black teenagers as they navigate life – from taking their GCSEs to family trauma, race and illness. Until 8 April; £25; Bush Theatre, 7 Uxbridge Rd, London W12 

Founded by sisters Amara and Bela, this new haircare brand is here to help curly and wavy-haired girlies embrace their natural texture with its hydrating masque and overnight hair and scalp oil. From £32,

On Wednesday 8 March, we want you to join Stylist in showing support for women across the world by going on a walk, in collaboration with CARE International UK. All you need to do is sign up to walk in solidarity, so pledge your distance and invite your friends to do the same.

Cook, Batch, Freeze
If there are two things we could all do with saving, it's time and money – and this new cookbook will helps you do both via a collection of 100 batch recipes that don't scrimp on flavour. £9.99,

3 New York-inspired recipes to make for weekend brunch (americano optional)
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15 cosy weighted blankets that will help you get a better night's sleep
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