THIS MONTH: 10 things

Your guide to ev­ery­thing worth watch­ing, wear­ing and want­ing this month

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#1 IN­STA ART

In­sta­gram is the new art gallery – and th­ese are the ex­hi­bi­tions (nee pro­files) to visit next.

#2 MIX IT UP

The mis­matched tal­is­manic ear­ring is the new charm bracelet. Al­bus Lu­men’s pair fea­tures the “cor­ni­cello”, a horn-shaped piece of coral tra­di­tion­ally worn to pro­tect against the evil eye.

#3 IT’S ALL WHITE

The white tank is back. Make yours ribbed with a racer-style neck­line for the ul­ti­mate in laid-back chic.

Sin­glet, $105, RE/DONE, my­chameleon.com.au

#6 LIGHT UP YOUR LIFE

Need to make your feed more lit? High­tail it to Bris­bane, where the lat­est James Tur­rell light in­stal­la­tion will il­lu­mi­nate the Gallery of Mod­ern Art af­ter hours. From April 20; qagoma.qld.gov.au

#9 FEEL­ING FRESH

You no longer have to hunt down your fave Fresh face mask and polish in the depths of the in­ter­net – they’ve just landed at Sephora. Rose Face Mask, $36, Sugar Face Polish, $36, both FRESH, sephora.com.au

#4 CATCH THE BUGG

Think you’re above a crush on Harry Styles or Jake Bugg? Your loss. They’re both on our shores this month for re­spec­tive tours. Harry Styles tours April 21-28, hstyles.co.uk; Jake Bugg tours April 19-21, jake­bugg.com

#7 PIL­LOW TALK

A pin­ing for ev­ery­thing Alessan­dro Michele touches now ex­tends to home­wares. Couch time has never looked bet­ter. Cush­ions, $1,475 each, GUCCI, gucci.com/au

#5 THE GOOD STUFF

In 2018, if your treat isn’t work­ing over­time to do good, it’s not worth the in­dul­gence. En­ter Hey Tiger, eth­i­cally sourced choco­late that also funds com­mu­nity de­vel­op­ment.

#8 NAILED IT

For­get only wear­ing dark tones in the cool months – Chanel’s lat­est re­leases will con­vince you to go for punchy, vi­brant, even flu­oro nail shades in­stead. Le Ver­nis Longue Tenue in (from top) Rose Néon and Vi­o­let Pi­quant, $41 each, CHANEL, 1300 242 635

#10 DOG DAYS

Hu­man colour palette Wes An­der­son is back with his first film in four years, the stop-mo­tion Isle Of Dogs, and all the women you want to be have voiced it (hi Tilda, hey Scar­lett). In cine­mas April 12

Ear­rings, $190 for set, AL­BUS LU­MEN, al­bus­lu­men.com

Yes Em­press (top) and Sum­mer In The City choco­late, $12.50 each, HEY TIGER, heytiger.com.au

Sin­glet, $370, MIU MIU, (02) 9223 1688

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