I'd like to collect the whole set of Nicole Heidaripour's alphabetised fish and farmyard prints, sold at Hooper and Shaw, the lovely shop she runs in Port Isaac in Cornwall. See more of Nicole's work here.
The Mariners Supply Company started making rigger's buckets, duffles and ditty bags for local fisherman in Falmouth 20 years ago. Their sturdy, functional bags, perfect for beach or boat trips, are made from canvas, copper tacks and chunky rope, and come in lots of lovely colours which fade beautifully over time.
It's always a tiny bit sad when something you really, really love gets very popular... but still, I'm sure I'll be queueing up with the rest of them on 20 April, at the launch of the SwedishHasbeens range for H&M, and be snapping up those red clogs in a size 5.
I wandered into Mango on my way back from lunch today, and was quite tempted by this flecky-orange cardigan (it's better up close) and soft, oatmeal jumper (which could pass for APC I reckon) for under £30 each.
Chiswick-based jeweller Ana Verdun's Botanica range is inspired by acorns, eucalyptus flowers, seeds and petals. These tiny gold earrings are the sort I would wear day in, day out. Found via this newly discovered and very lovely online jewellery shop, Damson.