Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream EDT Petals, $50. SHOP NOW

I am by no means a signature scent person – instead I rotate a few depending on how I’m feeling, the season and what’s recently launched. At the moment, I’m a sucker for anything light and airy and this Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Petals fits the bill perfectly. It’s fruity but creamy and never fails to earn me a compliment on my daily coffee run. – Emily Algar, Beauty Editor

Bottega Veneta Slippers, $1110. SHOP NOW

These buttery soft Bottega slippers are what working from home dreams are made of. The square toe feels polished while the elasticised back means they slip on and off with ease. They also come in chocolate and milky white, but this skye blue is too good to pass up on. – Patrick Zaczkiewicz, Stylist

Acne Studios Vally Alpaca-Bland Check Scarf, $420. SHOP NOW

As I’m currently not coping with the cold (AKA hopelessly missing the European summer), I’m seeking anything that keeps me cosy and warm. Enter this fuzzy scarf from ACNE, spun from snug alpaca yarn and mohair, it’s basically a hug (but a chic one). – Chrisanthi Kaliviotis, Fashion Features Editor

Theis Z Serenity Porcelain Dessert Plate, $60. SHOP NOW

This Greco porcelain bowl is like a trip to Mykonos (without the overpriced sun beds). Echoing the blue and white aesthetic of the Cycladic islands, these Greek ceramics bring a little of that Hellenic spirit into my home. – Chrisanthi Kaliviotis, Fashion Features Editor

La Mer Blue Heart Creme de la Mer, $665. SHOP NOW

When you can’t get a facial, the next best thing is a Miracle Broth. While spas were closed during lockdown, I hosted little pampering nights with Champagne and all of the La Mer products in the world. My favourite? La Mer’s creme de la Mer moisturising cream, repackaged this month in this beautiful La Mer Blue Heart jar. It’s literally insurance for your skin and supports the brand’s promise to protect our oceans. – Jessica Bailey, Editorial Director

The Walker Painting by Downey, $650. SHOP NOW

I discovered local Sydney artist Daimon Downey recently during an interview for our brother publication ICON. As I’m still spending most of my time at home, I have this new-found passion for homewares and art. For the first time, Downey has released a collection of limited edition prints chosen from past exhibitions and collaborations spanning back a decade – they’re all incredible and The Walker is currently on my wish list. – Rebekah Clarke, Contributing Editor

Oliver Peoples X The Row LA CC Sunglasses, $468. SHOP NOW

In rain or shine, you can bet I will be wearing a pair of sunglasses – yes, I’m that person. Naturally, the collaborative effort between The Row and Oliver Peoples is right up there on my wish list thanks to the thick frame and subtle baby blue hue. The perfect injection of colour into my winter uniform. – Rebekah Clarke, Contributing Editor

Prada Scoop Neck Striped Cotton Vest, $907. SHOP NOW

I first noticed this vest on the runway during Prada’s SS20 collection and it’s been burning a proverbial hole in my wallet ever since. From the chunky knitted cotton to the sorbet stripes, there’s nothing I don’t love about it. – Patrick Zaczkiewicz, Stylist

Syrene skin Aqua Hydrating Masque, $107. SHOP NOW

Syrene is the first New Zealand-born brand to land at Mecca and I’ve been trialling this mask over the past fortnight. It’s designed to be used overnight, but I’ve been wearing while I WFH to fight the good fight against Sydney’s plunging temperatures and my resulting dehydrated skin. Bolstered with seaweed, glycerin and manuka honey, it’s rich and balmy but melts into skin like butter. Bonus points for the packaging – it’s produced from ocean-salvaged plastic waste. – Emily Algar, Beauty Editor

Salvatore Ferragamo Viva Bow-Embellished Leather POint-Toe Flats, $787. SHOP NOW

A couple of years ago, fashion unleashed a flat-shoe campaign on the world. From Valentino’s Rockstuds to Chanel’s espadrilles and Saint Laurent’s patent brogues, we were suddenly striding into work, not tottering. And as we wean ourselves out of our isolation bubbles and back into actually wearing footwear, these Ferragamo flats are office appropriate until I can work up the courage to wear a pair of four inches. – Jessica Bailey, Editorial Director

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