We do love the ISAK designs, which mix a touch of the Scandinavian with more than a touch of the retro to produce something new, but with a strong feeling of the past. This ISAK Five A Day charity poster would add a great retro twist to a child's room – and do some good too.
It's likely to be the most sought-after shoe of this year, but the good news is that new pairs of these ultra limited edition Back To The Future Nike Air Mag trainers are going up for auction each day for the next 10 days. So if you miss out early on, stick with it.
Not just for your home, you can wear Cath Kidston on your back and without much of an outlay with these Uniqlo x Cath Kidston charity project floral printed t-shirts.
Now available as a third collection, (although some of collection one and two are available), the t-shirts are a mix of round and v-beck designs, all with trademark Kidston patterns, finished off with a 'bleached antique look'.
Proceeds go to charities in both Japan and Africa, with the t-shirts available for £12.99 each or as a two for £19.99 deal. Ideal for the sunny weather.
Japan is currently suffering from an appalling natural disaster, with many people rushing to help in any way possible. Paris store Colette has joined in the efforts, teaming up with a variety of designers to produce a 'Save Japan' range, with all profits going to help support rescue efforts in the country. This Keith Haring x Case Scenario 'Save Japan' iPhone 4 case is one of the products being sold.
As you can see, it's case for your iPhone in white with a classic '80s Haring design in the back in black and red. It gives your smartphone some old school cool. But more importantly, 100 per cent of profits goes to the Japanese Red Cross.
Grab one online for £17.35. More products will be added to the store's range over the next week, so keep checking back.