We're a little obsessed with the off-beat jewellery designs from Eclectic Eccentricity (try saying that after a couple of gin and tonics). The 'I'm Walkin' Here!' astronaut necklace, £20, will make the perfect gift for the style-conscious nerd in your life. Astronomically good. Buy it here.
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To celebrate the advent of 'The Force Awakens,' cool sock merchants Stance have released a nerdishly good line of Star Wars socks, inspired by your favourite characters from the original trilogy, from Luke and Leia to the galaxy's worst dad, Darth Vader. £15.99. Buy it here.
East London knitwear label FANCLUB has created the ultimate homage to reality television's first couple: an ingenious 'Kimye' jumper, which melds Kim and Yeezy into one beautiful but really rather disturbing super-knit. Just don't mention the fact that KK's woolly rendering has the vague air of Conchita Wurst, and this could be the best £290 you ever spend. Buy it here.
This festive season, Matches have teamed up with a roster of designers and their famous pals to create the most stylish line of Christmas jumpers, like, ever. Our favourite is Bella Freud and Kate Moss' Pogues-referencing effort, £365. Buy it here.
Snap up Solange Azagury-Partridge's iconic HOTLIPS ring in sterling silver at Amazon's online fashion hub. The talking-point piece is available in six eye-popping colourways, from classic red to bubblegum pink and glossy black cherry. Buy it here.
Winter is just around the corner, which is the perfect excuse to invest in this gloriously fuzzy yeti of a coat from & Other Stories. It's a little steep at £165, but can you put a price on feeling like you're starring in your very own episode of 'Cribs' every day? Buy it here.
Thanks to the surprisingly ace Limited Edition range, the womenswear department of Marks and Sparks is no longer a no-go zone for the under-50s. We love this cheery satchel, decked out in Hindmarch-esque embellishments. £35. Buy it here.
Kit Neale's talking-point tees are style-crowd staples, and now little fashionistas can get in on the fun, too. The designer has created a limited edition line of fun cartoon tops, £22 each, which are exclusively available to buy at the Kit Neale Mini Mart pop-up on Rivington Street.