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Con­tem­po­rary, Bri­tish, menswear de­signer Si­mon Carter has a flair for tra­di­tional, eclec­tic English style, and is a favourite of ur­bane gen­tle­men across the globe. This strik­ing bird print shirt is from a colour­ful col­lec­tion that favours bold fab­rics and quirky de­signs. This is Ma­jor Tom to Ground Con­trol - It's time to do the wash­ing up! In­ter­na­tion­ally known as the Na­tional The­atre of Great Bri­tain, Royal Na­tional The­atre book­shop of­fers a wide range of cus­tom fine-art prints from the Na­tional The­atre ar­chive - hand­made in Eng­land. Made in Bri­tain, with pure bio-or­ganic in­gre­di­ents sourced sus­tain­ably from around the world, cult favourite Aure­lia Pro­bi­otic has won over 80 beauty awards since its in­cep­tion in 2013. Launched in Oc­to­ber, its aro­matic can­dles are rich and ex­otic. Watch­maker Henry Lon­don's story be­gan when a vin­tage find was dis­cov­ered at a Lon­don street mar­ket; a beau­ti­fully crafted clas­sic wrist­watch that had the words ‘Henry, Au­gust 1965' en­graved on the case back. In­spired he now makes beau­ti­ful time­pieces in clas­sic styles. Jan­uary doesn't have to be a time for ab­sti­nence and de­nial. For ca­cao lovers, this beau­ti­ful box of Ro­coco's deca­dent choco­lates, en­cased in its dis­tinc­tive pack­ag­ing and in­clud­ing del­i­cate square ganaches, tra­di­tional marzi­pans and flo­ral creams, is the per­fect way to ban­ish the new year blues. Black Cow is the world's first pure milk vodka, made in Dorset from the milk of grass-grazed cows. A su­per-premium vodka, it is dis­tilled from milk whey and treated to a se­cret blend­ing process cre­ated by dairy farmer Ja­son Bar­ber. As part of a col­lab­o­ra­tion with Drakes, artist Adam Dant has cre­ated a play­ful twist on the tra­di­tional pocket square, fea­tur­ing a range of threats to a gen­tle­man's wardrobe, in­clud­ing moths, pi­geons, ash trays and oil. A fab­u­lously sub­ver­sive nod to fash­ion. Ev­ery bot­tle a col­lec­tors' item in it­self, this glee­fully pink of­fer­ing from Bri­tish per­fumer Jo Malone is one of her bold­est yet. Sweet green al­mond blends with sea­sonal red­cur­rants for a tangy, dis­tinc­tive scent that feels win­try and fresh Royal Col­lec­tion Trust has de­signed and pro­duced an ex­clu­sive range of chi­naware to mark the 70th an­niver­sary of the mar­riage of The Queen and The Duke of Ed­in­burgh, which took place on 20 Novem­ber 1947 at West­min­ster Abbey, Lon­don. Items in­clude a tray priced £145, a lov­ing cup priced £195, a pill­box priced £35, a oval pill­box priced £95 and a tankard priced £39.

Aro­matic Can­dle in Wake­ful­ness, £55, Aure­lia Pro­bi­otic au­re­liask­in­

Green Al­mond & Red­cur­rant Cologne (100ml), £92, Jo Malone jo­ma­

David Bowie Tea Towel, £12.50, avail­able at the Na­tional The­atre Book­shop­tion­althe­

Adam Dant 'Ene­mies of the Gen­tle­man's Wardrobe' Pocket Square, £65, Drakes »

Round Box No.3 Mixed Se­lec­tion, £73.95, Ro­coco ro­co­co­choco­

70th wed­ding an­niver­sary com­mem­o­ra­tive china roy­al­col­lec­

Swal­low Print Shirt, £135, Si­mon Carter si­mon­car­

Black Cow Vodka, £31.75, Black Cow black­

Au­to­matic 42mm Clas­sic, £210 henry-lon­

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