Anglepoise produce some really interesting special editions of their lamps. Their new Anglepoise + Centre Point collection is a great continuation of that tradition.
Cast your mind back a few years, and you may remember the Virago modern classic range: hardback titles, decorated with fantastic patterns from the likes of Cath Kidston and Orla Kiely. Well, that formula was obviously so successful, they've done it again, this time giving the deluxe treatment to five further titles.
Books are married to designers of a suitable style or era. Elaine Dundy's 1958 The Dud Avocado is decorated by a distinctive Lucienne Day pattern, while Elizabeth Jenkin's The Tortoise and the Hare is paired with a Florence Broadhurst design. Contemporary designers who work in a retro style are also included: the other covers are decorated by Angie Lewin, Eley Kishimoto and Neisha Crosland.
Beautiful by themselves, or on their own, the books are priced at £13 each.
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With a nod to the classic Ray-Ban Wayfarers these glasses have square lenses and retro style aplenty. The white frames have a red inner, picked out with a double red stripe along the arm. Typical of Eley Kishmimoto's simple, timeless style, these shades will last you through this season and beyond.
The glasses are limited edition and available either online or in-store for a very reasonable £65.
Find out more on the John Lewis website