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Madeleines are the dessert to know in 2024 – these are the best to try in London

It may not be the fanciest of French pastries, but the humble yet delicious madeleine remains a favourite among dessert lovers. The small sponge cake originated in north-eastern France, but its distinctive shell-like shape can easily be spotted in patisseries across London and is set to be the sharing dessert for 2024 and beyond.

Whether you like yours traditional – with a lemony zest – or jazzed up by red velvet, coconut or pistachio flavouring, here are six spots across the city you need to try next time the sweet cravings hit.

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rituals / £40.90
Amber Candle
The sun may finally be setting after 5pm, but with over a month to go until the clocks change, we're still embracing the remainder of cosy season
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The West End / £30
TINA - The Tina Turner Musical
Simply the best last-min Valentine's gift, tickets start at £30 for this epic night out celebrating Queen Tina (expect all the hits)
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& other stories / £110
Knit Jacket
It's no secret that cardigans are big this season. However you style it, this classic black knit design is sure to be a wardrobe staple for years to come
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Season / £24.99
salad server set
Coming into their own in spring and summer for salads and barbecue sides, we'll happily use this chic set for now to serve mountains of roasties
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Hourglass / £16
Looking to lengthen your lashes (without clumping)? This cult mascara will do the trick – and this handy travel size mini is perfect for keeping in your bag
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missoma / £98
If you're not into the combo of 18 carat gold and black onyx, this wear-with-anything necklace is also available with malachite or mother of pearl stones
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Looking for multi-tasking products? 9 of the best make-up streaming buys to shop now

Skin streaming (aka the fine art of streamlining your skincare routine), makes a lot of sense. Especially given the risk we all run of overloading our skin with products which, when combined, could very well do more harm than good. It also happens to be more budget and eco-friendly: you're buying less and producing less waste when you only make room for essential products. Well, we're here to tell you that the streaming life can apply to your make-up routine too.

Make-up streaming is what we're calling the intentional practice of minimising and optimising what's in your make-up bag by working multi-tasking products into your routine. When you think about it, it's incredibly handy if your setting spray can double up as a primer or contain extra SPF. And matching your blush to your lips is a trick as old as time, so why not buy a product specifically designed for doing both? If you're keen to streamline your make-up, here are the best multi-tasking products to shop now.

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