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Tile is prepping an AirTags competitor that could let you find lost items through walls

Tile is working on a new tracker that relies on ultra-wideband (UWB) technology, which would put the company in direct competition with Apple’s yet-to-be-announced AirTags, according to a report from TechCrunch. The new tracker would go a step further than the company’s Bluetooth devices by allowing you to know more precisely where a lost item is in relationship to yourself, without having to listen for a chime the tracker plays.

Apple’s AirTags haven’t been officially announced, but there’s already a list of potential features they might have, like the ability to remind you if you’ve left an item behind or help you find lost items using augmented reality. Samsung has also expressed interest in offering similar features, so Tile could be sharing space with two larger companies. Apple demoed UWB with its U1 chip in the iPhone 11, which let you direct AirDropped files by pointing your phone, but the tracking applications are even more interesting.

Tile’s rumored UWB tracker shares a similar design to Tile’s bluetooth offerings.
Image: Tile / TechCrunch

Ultra-wideband (not to be confused with Ultra Wideband 5G from Verizon) operates sort of like Bluetooth Low Energy. It sends out low-energy, short-range pulses at a high frequency that transmit wireless data. With Bluetooth and your phone’s GPS, Tile can show the general location of something on a map, but for anything more precise, it relies on sound to help you find things. A UWB device could work if you’re multiple rooms away, showing you the more precise location of something through walls or floors, while also offering the features Tile currently has.

Imagine finding a lost valuable when it’s out of earshot or locked inside a container. Tile’s app (or Apple’s or Samsung’s) could point you in the right direction with your phone, using augmented reality images superimposed on your camera feed. It actually seems useful and less annoying than a loud chirp from Tile’s trackers (something I almost always accidentally set off).

The augmented reality tracking experience Tile could add to its app.
Image: Tile / TechCrunch

What’s more exciting is you may already own a device that supports these features. Since the iPhone 11, Apple has been integrating UWB into its popular smartphone with the U1 chip. It’s also started placing the chip in the Apple Watch, starting with the Series 6. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra already features UWB, and the upcoming Galaxy S21 Ultra is confirmed to feature it as well.

Not every device either company sells has it on board (Apple devices like the iPhone SE, Apple Watch SE, and iPad Pro don’t have UWB), but since Apple and Samsung are two of the largest electronic device makers in the world, adoption of UWB could be quick.

There’s no set date for Tile’s launch of its UWB tracker, but UWB seems like it could be a big deal, especially now that Apple has opened up access to the U1 chip in iOS 14. Tile and Apple have disagreed in the past over default location sharing settings that disadvantage Tile, but at least both companies seem to agree on the potential of UWB in 2021.

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Meghan Markle slashed the value of her wardrobe – wearing just £44,188 on new items 

JANUARY 7: Visit to Canada House 

The Duchess returned from her six-week break to Canada to visit London’s Canada House

  • A £345 coat from Reiss
  •  £50 polo neck from Massimo Dutti
  •  £85 skirt from Massimo Dutti 
  • £120 earrings from Catherine Zoraida
  • $540 (£413) bracelets from Kismet
  • Jimmy Choos £225  

TOTAL: £1,238 

JANUARY 8: Leaving London’s National Theatre 

Meghan was last spotted in a £475 outfit leaving the National Theatre in London

Meghan was last spotted in a £475 outfit leaving the National Theatre in London

  • Navy coat by Massimo Dutti, £269
  • Trousers, estimated £120
  • Blue shirt, estimated £85 

 TOTAL: £475

14 February: Arriving back in Victoria airport 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are seen as they arrived back in Canada after a presumed business meeting in the state

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are seen as they arrived back in Canada after a presumed business meeting in the state

Cuyana Wool Yak Cardigan – £237

Smythson ‘Ludlow’ black leather 13″ laptop case (£495)

Prada Re-Nylon travel bag £1,439 

Shoes – £140

= £2311 

The Duchess of Sussex visits women's centre to discuss issues affecting women in the community

The Duchess of Sussex visits women’s centre to discuss issues affecting women in the community

 Le Chameau ‘Jameson’ quilted leather boots in caramel – £375

Whale Tail with diamond by artist Hollie Bartlett (Haisla), 18kt gold – £1,363 

Total =  £1738

5 March: Lunch at The Goring and National Theatre Visit 

The Duchess of Sussex donned an outfit worth £14,174 as she had lunch at The Goring hotel before visiting her patronage, The National Theatre

The Duchess of Sussex donned an outfit worth £14,174 as she had lunch at The Goring hotel before visiting her patronage, The National Theatre 

Alex Eagle camel coat – £1,590 

Aquazzura Mae Pearl Pumps – £665 

Loewe ‘Postal’ Bag – £1,450

Topshop Organza Cream Blouse – £29

Roland Mouret ‘Moka’ Skirt – £595

Chi Chi Rose Gold and Diamond Bracelet by Jessica McCormack – £9,500 

Sophie Lis Love pendant – £280

Edge of Ember earrings –  £65

Total = £14,174

5 March: Endeavour Awards

Meghan made a splash in a electric blue gown as she joined Prince Harry for the Endeavour Award's on Thursday evening

Meghan made a splash in a electric blue gown as she joined Prince Harry for the Endeavour Award’s on Thursday evening 

Victoria Beckham bright blue gown – £950

Stella McCartney clutch bag – £1,742

Gold Snake Hoop earrings by Roxanne First – £95 

Chi Chi Rose Gold and Diamond Bracelet by Jessica McCormack – (worn before)

Navy Manolo Blahnik BB pumps – (worn before) 

Total =  £2,787

6 March: Visit to Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham 

The royal ensured her wardrobe was dominated by female designers as she stepped out to celebrate International Women's Day on Friday

The royal ensured her wardrobe was dominated by female designers as she stepped out to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday 

 ME AND EM White Boucle Jacket – £295

Ivory clutch bag by Rejina Pyo -£295 

Alexander McQueen trousers – worn before

Bi-colour heels from Jennifer Chamandi – £745

Edge of Ember ‘Kismet’ Necklace – £125 

Total = £1,460

7 March: Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall 

The Duchess wowed in a scarlet ensemble as she joined Prince Harry for the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday night

The Duchess wowed in a scarlet ensemble as she joined Prince Harry for the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday night 

Simone Rocha beaded statement earrings – £250 

Stuart Weitzman – worn before  

Safiyaa ‘Kalika’ dress – £1,295

Manolo Blahnik ‘Capri’ Red Satin Clutch –  £1,260

Total = £2,805

8 March: Attending church with the Queen 

The Duke and Duchess attended church with the Queen in Windsor on Sunday, with Meghan choosing her favourite brand Givenchy for the occasion

The Duke and Duchess attended church with the Queen in Windsor on Sunday, with Meghan choosing her favourite brand Givenchy for the occasion 

V by Laura V earrings – £130 

Customised Givenchy gown – £1, 329 

Fascinator – worn before  

Total = £1,459 

9 March: Commonwealth Day Service

For her final event as a working member of the royal family, Meghan donned an emerald bespoke Emilia Wickstead gown

For her final event as a working member of the royal family, Meghan donned an emerald bespoke Emilia Wickstead gown 

Aquazzura Nude Pumps – £490

Birks ‘Snowstorm’ Earrings – (worn before) 

Bespoke Emilia Wickstead dress –  Estimated £1,800

William Chambers fascinator – Estimated £500

Gabriella Hearst ‘Nina’ Bag – (worn before)

Total = £2,790 

10 March: QCT Commonwealth Video 

The Duchess of Sussex donned a Preen by Thornton Bregazzi asymmetrical toffee midi dress which cost £925 for a meeting with young leaders for QCT

The Duchess of Sussex donned a Preen by Thornton Bregazzi asymmetrical toffee midi dress which cost £925 for a meeting with young leaders for QCT 

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi asymmetrical toffee midi dress – £925

Aquazzura pumps –  

Edge of Ember earrings – (worn before)

Total – £925 

 11 March: Commonwealth ACU meeting

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Patron of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), meeting Commonwealth Scholars, Chevening Scholars

 Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Patron of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), meeting Commonwealth Scholars, Chevening Scholars

Aquazarra navy pumps –  £450

Scanlan Theodore ‘Cravat’ dress – £330 

Sophie Lis Fallen Star earrings – £450  

Total = £1,230 

April 29: Smart Works call

For her first appearance since stepping down from royal duty, the mother-of-one wore a recycled Joseph sweater

For her first appearance since stepping down from royal duty, the mother-of-one wore a recycled Joseph sweater

Joseph Red V-Neck Cashmere Sweater – worn before 

Edge of Ember Visionary Coin Necklace -£135

Total = £135 

July 14: GirlUp Leadership Summit

Meghan attended the virtual GirlUp Leadership Summit wearing a £148 blue silk blouse in July

Meghan attended the virtual GirlUp Leadership Summit wearing a £148 blue silk blouse in July 

Adam Lippes ‘Pintucked’ Silk Top – £148

Cartier ‘Love’ Bracelet – worn before

Total = £148 

August 14: 19th Virtual Summit

For the 19th Virtual Summit, the Duchess wore a Sleeveless Stretch Silk Top by Hugo Boss

For the 19th Virtual Summit, the Duchess wore a Sleeveless Stretch Silk Top by Hugo Boss

Sleeveless Stretch Silk Top by Hugo Boss  – £179 

Cartier Love Bracelet – worn before 

Monica Vinader bracelet – worn before 

Total =  £179

 August 21: Baby2Baby event

Duke and Duchess of Sussex volunteering with Baby2Baby at Dr Owen Lloyd Knox Elementary School in Los Angeles

Duke and Duchess of Sussex volunteering with Baby2Baby at Dr Owen Lloyd Knox Elementary School in Los Angeles

Anthropologie ‘Liza’ Shorts – £65

Victoria Beckham Oversized Classic Shirt -£450 

Stan Smith Sneakers – worn before 

Cartier Love Bracelet – worn before 

Monica Vinader Bracelet – worn before 

Royal Jelly Harlem blue seersucker face mask – £15 

Total =  £530

August 25: Makers video with Gloria Steinhem 

- Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex and Gloria Steinem discuss representation, why each vote matters and how all women are linked, not ranked

– Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex and Gloria Steinem discuss representation, why each vote matters and how all women are linked, not ranked

Annie Bing ‘Ryan’ Trousers – £186

James Perse White V-Neck Slub Cotton T-Shirt – £63 

Stella McCartney ‘Rhea’ Sandals – £525

Cartier ‘Love’ Bracelet – worn before 

Monica Vinader ‘Chain’ Bracelet – worn before 

Maiden Nation ‘Linked Not Ranked’ Bracelets – £35 

Janessa Leone ‘Serena’ Hat –   £266

Total = £1,075

34,985 

September 1: LA preschool visit 

Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a visit in honor of his mother's memory to the Preschool Learning Center (a program of the Assistance League of Los Angeles)

Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a visit in honor of his mother’s memory to the Preschool Learning Center (a program of the Assistance League of Los Angeles)

Anthropologie ‘Cate’ Chambray Shirt – £73 

DL1961 ‘Emma’ Jeans – worn before 

Rothy shadow merino shoes – worn before  

Bracelets – worn before 

Total = £73 

September 13: Smart Set anniversary

The Duchess donned a smart white blazer and tan tank top as she marked the anniversary of her Smart Set collection

 The Duchess donned a smart white blazer and tan tank top as she marked the anniversary of her Smart Set collection

Altuzarra ‘Acacia’ White Blazer – worn before  

September 21: Time 100  video

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a special appearance during the TIME 100 special

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a special appearance during the TIME 100 special

Victoria Beckham Silk Shirt – £570

 Alexander Wang cropped trousers – worn before  

Manolo Blahnik – worn before 

Bracelets – worn before

Total = £570 

September 25: America’s Got Talent 

The Duchess made a special appearance on America's Got Talent to congratulate a finalist

The Duchess made a special appearance on America’s Got Talent to congratulate a finalist 

Cuyana ‘Luna’ Jacket Earrings – £145

Victoria Beckham silk blouse – £570

Stella McCartney ‘Hayley’ Black Trousers – £692

Verse necklace – worn before 

Bracelets – worn before 

Total = £1407 

 September 29: Fortune’s Most Powerful women summit

Meghan addressed the virtual summit on Tuesday afternoon, when she took part in a one-on-one conversation about 'creating humane tec

Meghan addressed the virtual summit on Tuesday afternoon, when she took part in a one-on-one conversation about ‘creating humane tec

Jennifer Fisher Small Family Gothic Lock pendant necklace – £1,488 

Jennifer Meyer Turquoise Bar Studs- worn before 

WNU blue and white stripe shirt – £85 

Total = £1573 

October 1: Call to end racism 

Prince Harry and wife Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex chat to the Evening Standard about Black History Month and the Next Gen Trailblazers project

Prince Harry and wife Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex chat to the Evening Standard about Black History Month and the Next Gen Trailblazers project

Glemaud ‘Slash’ Long Sleeve Top – £280

Stella McCartney ‘Hayley’ Camel Trousers- £692

Total = £972 

 October 11: World Mental Health Day 

Meghan Markle, 39, paid tribute to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by wearing a statement t-shirt and mask honouring the feminist icon during a podcast recording this week

Meghan Markle, 39, paid tribute to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by wearing a statement t-shirt and mask honouring the feminist icon during a podcast recording this week

Manolo Blahnik ‘BB’ Pumps – worn before 

Monica Vinader Linear Chain Bracelet and Cartier Love Bracelet- worn before 

‘R.B.G’ Ruth Bader Ginsberg T-Shirt- £16

J.Crew V-Neck Striped Cardigan-£110

Frame ‘Le Garcon’ Jeans- £177

 ‘When there are nine’ Mask – £12

Total = £315 

October 12 – Call with Malala

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry say they feel 'fortunate' to have watched son Archie's 'first steps, first run and first fall' during Covid-19 crisis as they join Malala Yousafzai for virtual chat

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry say they feel ‘fortunate’ to have watched son Archie’s ‘first steps, first run and first fall’ during Covid-19 crisis as they join Malala Yousafzai for virtual chat

Tuxe Turtleneck Sleeveless Bodysuit – worn before 

Bracelets – worn before

Reiss ‘Edie’ tailored slim-leg trousers – £125 

Total = £125

October 14 – Fortune Most Powerful Women event 

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex took part in Fortune's Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit this week, where she discussed a wide range of important topics, including how raising a son has altered her perspective on leadership

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex took part in Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit this week, where she discussed a wide range of important topics, including how raising a son has altered her perspective on leadership

Cuyana ‘Luna’ Jacket Earrings – worn before 

 Tracy Reese’s sustainable label Hope for Flowers – worn before 

October 20: Time 100 event 

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Host Engineering A Better World TIME100 Talks

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Host Engineering A Better World TIME100 Talks

Alexander McQueen Grain De Poudre Wool Blazer – worn before  

November 8 – Remembrance Sunday

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a private visit to the Los Angeles National Cemetery on Remembrance Sunday

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a private visit to the Los Angeles National Cemetery on Remembrance Sunday

Black Brandon Maxwell Silk-Organza Coat  – £3,335

Jennifer Chamandi ‘Lorenzo’ Heels – £550

Brandon Maxwell Cotton And Silk-Blend Waist Belt – £220

Total = £4.105 

December 13 – CNN Heroes event 

Meghan Markle appears on CNN to pay tribute to 'quiet heroes' of the coronavirus pandemic and the 'power of the human spirit' in first appearance since revealing miscarriage in New York Times

Meghan Markle appears on CNN to pay tribute to ‘quiet heroes’ of the coronavirus pandemic and the ‘power of the human spirit’ in first appearance since revealing miscarriage in New York Times

Catherine Zoraida ‘Gold Swallow’ earrings – worn before

Cartier ‘Love’ Bangle – worn before    

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9 items to avoid putting on the face | The State

The search for perfect skin can lead us to place on our face elements that are not favorable, or that are even dangerous and harmful to the skin, as indicated by Webconsultas. These are elements that we have to keep away from our face.

Lemon, hair dye, hot water, toothpaste, and even urine are some of the things that people have used on their faces with the idea that it would help them, but that in the end are not recommended for this situation.

1. Toothpaste

Some people put toothpaste on their faces with the idea of ​​removing pimples and whitening facial blemishes, but the truth is that toothpaste does not have this ability.

What toothpaste does do on the face is irritate it, increase its dryness or lead to relatively severe burns.

2. Hair spray

There are women who use hairspray to add the finishing touch to their makeup. However, lacquer has components that dry out the skin of the face or that can promote an allergic reaction.

It is preferable to go for real makeup fixers over hairspray, even if these are more expensive.

3. Hot water

Washing your face with hot water can destroy the layer of moisture that the skin has to protect itself. This will cause the sebaceous glands to produce more sebum to compensate, which is especially bad for the people prone to acne.

4. Hair dye

Many people use hair dye on their eyebrows and this is not recommended, because this is a very aggressive product for the skin of the face due to its high levels of peroxide, which can burning the epidermis or injuring the eyes.

5. Lemon

You should not put lemon on your face as it can alter the pH of your skin. Source: Pexels

This citrus fruit has very high acid levels, which will alter the natural pH of the skin. This fruit is usually used on pimples that appear on the face, especially during puberty.

6. Glue

The glue does not remove blackheads from the face with the required effectiveness, and this method can also irritate the skin, remove the top layer of skin or cause a break in the blood vessels.

7. Baking soda

Bicarbonate has been attributed a use as facial scrub, but it is not recommended to use it on the face because, like lemon, it alters the natural PH of that area. While the PH of bicarbonate is 9, that of the face ranges between 4.5 and 5.

The alkalinity of bicarbonate can alter the natural barrier of the skin, necessary so that it can protect itself from harmful microorganisms.

8. Body cream

It is not advisable to apply the body cream on the face because it can contain intense perfumes that irritate it, as well as very greasy ingredients for the sector that can lead to the formation of blackheads due to clogging of the pores.

9. Urine

Those who apply urine to their face justify this practice because of the water and urea content that the liquid would have. Urea is an ingredient widely used in creams because it stimulates the production of collagen and elastin.

However, the level of urea in the urine is very low and insufficient to generate the expected benefits.

Seek professional help for what you want to do with your face so as not to expose yourself to risks or side effects from these elements. It is the most prudent way to act and that will avoid unnecessary and stressful troubles.

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Inside Gigi Hadid’s nursery: FEMAIL reveals pricey items in model’s baby room

Gigi Hadid has offered a rare peek inside her baby’s nursery, showing off a beautiful baby room decorated with mountains of throw pillows, plenty of stuffed animals, and an entire wall of reading material.

Gigi, 25, welcomed her first child with her partner Zayn Malik back in September — and though the couple hasn’t revealed the name of their little girl, Gigi has now given a brief tour of the room where she sleeps.

In a series of photos she shared on Instagram on Monday night, the supermodel showed off a dresser stacked with tiny boxes from Tiffany & Co., a pair of very stylish baby-sized sunglasses, and a cozy daybed for mom near baby’s crib.

A little look: Gigi Hadid, 25, offered a rare peek inside her baby’s nursery with a series of Instagram photos, revealing many of the items inside, including cute plush toys

Homey: The images offer a look at her furniture and decor, including a striped rug, lots of stuffed animals, and artwork

Luxe lounger: The room has a few pieces of furniture, including a $998 Anthropologie rattan daybed for mom to sit on

Luxe lounger: The room has a few pieces of furniture, including a $998 Anthropologie rattan daybed for mom to sit on

Chillin': The daybed is piled high with throw pillows, the sum total of which cost a small fortune. They include this $345 Charlie Sprout Bonded Pillow from Anthropologie

Chillin’: The daybed is piled high with throw pillows, the sum total of which cost a small fortune. They include this $345 Charlie Sprout Bonded Pillow from Anthropologie 

She sure likes pillows! Other pillows from Anthropologie in the room include a $290 Charlie Sprout Nagazi Pillow (pictured)

She also has this $390 Charlie Sprout Almasi Pillow

She sure likes pillows! Other pillows from Anthropologie in the room include a $290 Charlie Sprout Nagazi Pillow (left) and a $390 Charlie Sprout Almasi Pillow (right)

According to Gigi’s caption, the images were taken ‘the night before I went into labor,’ with the first one showing the mom-to-be in all black with a big baby bump.

Cuddly: She has a Jellycat Bashful Bunny, a $22.50 stuffed bunny that comes with a book called 'If I Were a Bunny'

Cuddly: She has a Jellycat Bashful Bunny, a $22.50 stuffed bunny that comes with a book called ‘If I Were a Bunny’

Behind her is a room of warm colors and earthy touches, from the terracotta walls to the hardwood floors.

She’s decorated that floor with a large patterned rug with muted, multicolor stripes and geometric designs on top.

The room has a few pieces of furniture, including a $998 Anthropologie rattan daybed for mom to sit on, a $670 hand-woven rattan chair from Pottery Barn, and a $1,249 Sacred Bundle teak crib.

The chair is draped with a fluffy white throw blanket, while the daybed is piled high with throw pillows, the sum total of which cost a small fortune.

Among them are two $88 Flower-Dyed Ardel Pillow tie-dye pillows, two $290 Charlie Sprout Nagazi Pillows, two $390 Charlie Sprout Almasi Pillows, two $345 Charlie Sprout Bonded Pillows, and a $138 All Roads Open Market Pillow — all from Anthropologie.

In total, the model has more than $2,300 worth of throw pillows. 

Nestled into the pillows are a stuffed bear and a $30 Annie Selke stuffed chicken. 

Relaxed: The room is done in warm colors and earthy touches, with terracotta walls and neutral accents

Splurge! She has a $1,598 hand-carved Anthropologie dresser made of tropical hardwood with what appears to be an Aztec-like pattern carved into the front

Splurge! She has a $1,598 hand-carved Anthropologie dresser made of tropical hardwood with what appears to be an Aztec-like pattern carved into the front

Diaper spot: It is topped with a $108 Olli Ella Reva changing basket, also from Anthropologie

Diaper spot: It is topped with a $108 Olli Ella Reva changing basket, also from Anthropologie

Birdies: She has four white rattan Charlie & Marlow x Sacred swallows — which cost $69.99 —fastened to the wall

Birdies: She has four white rattan Charlie & Marlow x Sacred swallows — which cost $69.99 —fastened to the wall

There are more stuffed animals sitting on the shelf above it: A pair of stuffed bunnies, a toy unicorn, and a few toy cacti sit together next to framed photographs.

One of those bunnies appears to be the Jellycat Bashful Bunny, a $22.50 stuffed bunny that comes with a book called ‘If I Were a Bunny,’ while the other is an $80 Hazel Village Penelope Rabbit Doll from Pottery Barn.

Somewhere to relax: Gigi added a $750 hand-woven rattan rocking chair from Pottery Barn

Somewhere to relax: Gigi added a $750 hand-woven rattan rocking chair from Pottery Barn

There are even more stuffed animals in the crib, including at least two stuffed bears — which Gigi presumably removed once the baby came home, as it can be dangerous for newborns to sleep with toys in the crib.

The crib is holding lots of stuff, including a pink onesie and what appears to be Missoni sleeping bag-style ‘zig zag nest.’ 

Next to the crib is a glimpse of a $640 Sacred Bundle rattan changing table.

Gigi’s photo with the crib also shows the top of a dresser, which is is stacked with a mirror, a pair of robin’s egg blue Tiffany & Co. boxes, and even more tiny stuffed animals in a $78 Maileg USA Noah’s Ark set.

Other items on the dresser include a set of rainbow books and a pair of tiny round baby sunglasses. 

Cute: Gigi put an old-fashioned VCR filter on another photo revealing her daughter’s crib, which was filled with stuffed animals

High-end: The new mom picked out a $1,249 Sacred Bundle teak crib

High-end: The new mom picked out a $1,249 Sacred Bundle teak crib

Pricey: Next to the crib is a glimpse of a $640 Sacred Bundle changing table

Pricey: Next to the crib is a glimpse of a $640 Sacred Bundle changing table

The crib is holding lots of stuff, including a pink onesie and what appears to be Missoni sleeping bag-style 'zig zag nest' (pictured)

The crib is holding lots of stuff, including a pink onesie and what appears to be Missoni sleeping bag-style ‘zig zag nest’ (pictured)

The most stunning piece of furniture in the room is a $1,598 hand-carved Anthropologie dresser made of tropical hardwood with what appears to be an Aztec-like  pattern carved into the front. 

Biblical: Among the toys is a $78 Maileg USA Noah's Ark set

Biblical: Among the toys is a $78 Maileg USA Noah’s Ark set

The dresser is topped with wipes, a basket of creams, a framed piece of paper with unreadable text, and a $108 Olli Ella Reva changing basket, also from Anthropologie.

For decor, Gigi also several woven baskets near and on top of the dressers, as well as four white rattan Charlie & Marlow x Sacred swallows — which cost $69.99 —fastened to the wall.

Another wall shows a piece of art by the baby’s ‘auntie’ Austyn Weiner. 

Most revealing is the baby’s bookshelf, which takes up the better part of a wall and has over five dozen books.

Titles include ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ by Judith Kerr, a Hairy Maclary book, a Barney story called ‘The New Babysitter,’ and ‘One Tricky Monkey Up on Top’ by Jane Belk Moncure.

Fully stocked: Gigi said that loved ones have already stocked her with books for the baby

Fully stocked: Gigi said that loved ones have already stocked her with books for the baby

Childhood fave: They have classics like 'Goodnight Moon' by Margaret Wise Brown, 'The Rainbow Fish' by Marcus Pfister (pictured), and 'Are You My Mother?' by P. D. Eastman

Childhood fave: They have classics like ‘Goodnight Moon’ by Margaret Wise Brown, ‘The Rainbow Fish’ by Marcus Pfister (pictured), and ‘Are You My Mother?’ by P. D. Eastman

Smarty pants: A funny set is from the Baby University series, including 'Quantum Physics for Babies,' 'Newtonian Physics for Babies,' and 'Rocket Science for Babies' by Chris Ferrie

Smarty pants: A funny set is from the Baby University series, including 'Quantum Physics for Babies,' 'Newtonian Physics for Babies,' and 'Rocket Science for Babies' by Chris Ferrie

Smarty pants: A funny set is from the Baby University series, including ‘Quantum Physics for Babies,’ ‘Newtonian Physics for Babies,’ and ‘Rocket Science for Babies’ by Chris Ferrie

Classic: They also have a copy of 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' by Eric Carle

Classic: They also have a copy of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ by Eric Carle

Woo woo: In addition to the scientific baby books, the couple has also stocked the shelves with books from the Mind Body Baby collection, including ones on crystals, astrology, and chakras

Woo woo: In addition to the scientific baby books, the couple has also stocked the shelves with books from the Mind Body Baby collection, including ones on crystals, astrology, and chakras

Woo woo: In addition to the scientific baby books, the couple has also stocked the shelves with books from the Mind Body Baby collection, including ones on crystals, astrology, and chakras

She and Zayn have stocked the wall with classics like ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ by Eric Carle, ‘Goodnight Moon’ by Margaret Wise Brown, ‘The Rainbow Fish’ by Marcus Pfister, and ‘Are You My Mother?’ by P. D. Eastman.

Other books include ‘Yes, No, Little Hippo’ and ‘A Wish-For Dinosaur’ by Jane Belk Moncure, ‘Josephine Wants to Dance’ by Jackie French, ‘The Runaway Bunny’ by Margaret Wise Brown, and ‘Every Little Thing,’ which is based on the song ‘Three Little Birds’ by Bob Marley.

A particularly funny set is from the Baby University series, including ‘Quantum Physics for Babies,’ ‘Newtonian Physics for Babies,’ and ‘Rocket Science for Babies’ by Chris Ferrie.

In addition to the scientific baby books, the couple has also stocked the shelves with books from the Mind Body Baby collection, including ones on crystals, astrology, and chakras. 

‘So many friends sent their favorite books,’ Gigi captioned the image of the bookshelves. 

Gigi added that ‘decorating & spending time in her nursery really helped me feel prepared when I would get too in my head.’ 

Parents: Gigi and Zayn Malik first got together in 2015 and appeared together on the cover of Vogue in August 2017. The couple confirmed they were expecting a child together in April

Parents: Gigi and Zayn Malik first got together in 2015 and appeared together on the cover of Vogue in August 2017. The couple confirmed they were expecting a child together in April

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Sharjah book fair talked about in 10,000 news items globally

Sharjah: This year’s Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF), held in November, got coverage in over 10,000 news items in more than a dozen languages, organiser Sharjah Book Authority (SBA) said on Tuesday.

Hundreds of newspapers, news agencies, radio and television channels from around the world reported on the fair, in languages including French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Korean, Russian, Urdu, Spanish, Malayalam, and English. The events of the first-ever hybrid edition of SIBF, which combined a mix of on-ground and virtual events, were widely discussed in the reports.

Across written and multimedia formats, stories of the book fair’s success backed by the emirate’s successful cultural project led by His Highness Dr Shaikh Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, were told by regional and international media houses. The fair is regarded as one of the top three book fairs in the world.

The 39th edition of SIBF was held from November 4 to 14 under the theme ‘The World Reads from Sharjah’, with the participation of 1,024 publishers from 73 nations. The event hosted renowned Arab and international authors and witnessed a physical audience of 382,000 individuals. The book fair also engaged and entertained 63,500 virtual attendees from around the globe on its virtual platform ‘Sharjah Reads’.

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5 Home Decor Items From Tia Mowry’s Etsy Collection That Would Make Perfect Christmas Gifts

Just in time for Christmas, Tia Mowry released her very own homewares collection with Etsy & you can shop our favorite picks right here!

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Tia Mowry is the latest celebrity to hop on the homewares collection train and she has her very own line with Etsy full of adorable home accents. From pillows to wall decor, candles, and more, there are so many fabulous decorations for your home. The collection is only available for three months, so you have to act fast if you want to snag these amazing pieces. She co-designed products that you will absolutely love and you can either give them as gifts or keep them for yourself!

Shop Tia Mowry’s entire Etsy homewares collection right here!

Tia teamed up with nine different Etsy sellers where she co-designed gorgeous pieces. Describing her own home style and the new collection, Tia said, “I want my house to feel peaceful and zen,” which is exactly what your home will feel like when you shop our favorite pieces, below!

1. Tia Mowry x Etsy, Small Shallow Lidded Jar

We are loving this black clay jar with a leather handle. There are so many uses for this decorative jar from storing trinkets to food, you can’t go wrong with this. Tia uses this jar for storage in her bathroom, kitchen, and bedroom and finds it super useful to store things in an organized but stylish manner. $87, etsy.com

2. Tia Mowry x Etsy Ottoman Tray

Over 100 people gave this tray positive reviews and there’s a reason customers love it – it’s gorgeous! It’s made from solid maple wood and has a cool navy and white design on it. It’s perfect for serving food, resting on your ottoman, keeping on your coffee table, or using pretty much anywhere in your house. $105, etsy.com

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3. Tia Mowry x Etsy Striped Storage Basket, Plant Basket

How amazing is this striped storage basket? There are so many uses for this black and white striped bin which is made from cotton and poly rope. You can use it to store blankets and pillows in the living room or bedroom, or you can use it to store towels in the bathroom. The possibilities are endless with this 9″ by 9″ basket! $134, etsy.com

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4. Tia Mowry x Etsy x Chelsea Candle Potted Soy Candle

This soy wax candle comes in a hypertufa pot and is handmade in England with a blend of perlite, coco coir, and concrete. The lightweight candle is safe for your plants and it has delicious notes of bergamot, clary sage, mint leaf, lily, lavender, and patchouli. $50, etsy.com

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5. Tia Mowry x Etsy, Geo Tassel Lumbar Throw Pillow Cover with Brass Zipper

This gorgeous 12×22 inch pillow cover has a cool monochromatic pattern of black and white with a brass zipper. The tassels on the ends give it a fun, boho feel and the pillow cover will instantly transform your space whether it’s put in your living room or bedroom. $90, etsy.com

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Queen’s servant, 37, admits stealing items worth £100,000 from Buckingham Palace

A servant to the Queen today admitted stealing two prestigious medals from Buckingham Palace as well as other items worth up to £100,000.

Adamo Canto, 37, swiped a Companion of the Order of the Bath medal belonging to retired Navy vice-admiral Sir Anthony Johnstone-Burt, the Queen’s Master of the Household, and sold it on auction website eBay for £350. 

He also swiped a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order belonging to retired British Army officer Major General Matthew Sykes, who served in the Royal Household from 2007 to 2010, during his nine-month spree.

Canto also admitted stealing other items including signed photos of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and a photo album of the Royal State Banquet during Donald Trump’s state visit, which he flogged for £1,500 on eBay.

Some 77 items were taken from the palace shop, while others were stolen from staff lockers, the linen room, the Royal Collection ticket office, the Queen’s Gallery shop and the Duke of York’s storeroom, the court heard. 

Westminster Magistrates’ Court heard that 37 items were offered for sale on eBay ‘well under’ their true value, with Canto making £7,741.

District Judge Alexander Jacobs released him on conditional bail and sent the case to Southwark Crown Court for sentencing at a later date, warning Canto he faces a possible jail sentence.  

Former catering assistant Canto, who had worked at the Palace for five years, was given additional cleaning duties during Covid-19 lockdown and used them to steal from locker rooms.

Adamo Canto, 37, took a Companion of the Order of the Bath gong and a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order medal while claiming to be cleaning Buckingham Palace

The Companion of the Order of the Bath medal was seen advertised on eBay for £350

The Companion of the Order of the Bath medal was seen advertised on eBay for £350

Not all of the stolen items have been recovered, the court was told.

Simon Maughan, prosecuting, said: ‘It appears that Mr Canto, who at the time was living at the Royal Mews in Buckingham Palace, had various items that had been taken from within Buckingham Palace.

‘One of the complainants had located the medal on eBay having been sold on May 27. It was an account called AdamoSalvatori123 which was tracked to Mr Canto.

‘Forensic data was provided by eBay. His sale history shows 37 items that had been sold from Buckingham Palace.

‘At the time, Mr Canto was employed as a catering assistant and indeed he worked at Buckingham Palace since 2015.

‘It appears to be the case he had taken advantage of lockdown of offices during Covid-19 and given extra cleaning roles, a deep clean giving him access to items he would not normally be given in his catering role.

‘Police attended the Royal Mews and arrested him. A search was carried out, and some items were recovered. 

‘His parents’ address in Scarborough was also searched and it appears he sold the 37 eBay items for £7,741.23.

‘This is well under the shop value; 77 items were recovered from the Palace Shop, 11 items belonging to the Masters Department.

‘There is an aggravating factor, the trust element that people on site are to understand, uphold and comply with.’ 

One of the medals belongs to retired Navy vice-admiral Sir Anthony Johnstone-Burt, currently the Queen's Master of the Household. Pictured with the Queen in July of this year

One of the medals belongs to retired Navy vice-admiral Sir Anthony Johnstone-Burt, currently the Queen’s Master of the Household. Pictured with the Queen in July of this year

A victim impact statement from Sir Anthony Johnstone-Burt, Queen’s Master of the Household, head of ‘below stairs operations’, said that he noticed the medal was missing on June 11 when he needed to wear it for Trooping of the Colour.

‘I had to borrow a medal and reported it on June 29. The reason I waited was because I had to make sure I hadn’t misplaced it,’ he said in a statement.

‘I had been informed by a member of the Royal Household that items from Buckingham Palace were being sold on eBay.

‘I discovered that my Companion of the Order of the Bath was up for sale for £500. It had been sold for £350. The replacement value is £665.

‘I knew this was my medal because of the ribbon. I had sewed on an additional hook and eye.’

Retired British Army officer Major General Matthew Sykes, who served in the Royal Household from 2007 to 2010, lost his Commander of the Royal Victorian Order.

He said: ‘I was made aware on August 24 a number of medals had gone missing.. I checked my locker and found the medal was missing from my personal locker.

‘Police were made aware on August 25.

Adamo Canto, 37, took a Companion of the Order of the Bath gong and a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order medal while claiming to be cleaning Buckingham Palace

Former catering assistant Canto, who had worked at the Palace for five years, was given additional cleaning duties during Covid-19 lockdown and used them to steal from locker rooms

‘On May 12, a Royal Victorian Order box was sold. It’s possible that this was the medal that was taken from my locker.’

Mr Maughan added: ‘I say there is additional harm. The items stolen were of sentimental value regardless of worth.

‘We have figures just shy of £10,000 to £100,000.’

District Judge Alexander Jacobs told Canto: ‘Obviously you’ve done the right thing by pleading guilty at the first opportunity.

‘I commit to the Crown Court for sentencing as my powers are not sufficient to deal with this today. I cannot tell you when, but it will usually be in three or four weeks.

‘I grant you bail but you must turn up at Southwark Crown Court on the day you are told otherwise you may be committing a separate offence.’

Canto, of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, wore a navy suit, red tie and a black mask and only spoke to confirm his name, date of birth, address and to enter his guilty pleas.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment. 

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Michael Flatley sells off 600 items from Cork mansion – including £75,000 Hannibal Lecter mask


The contents of Michael Flatley’s opulent country estate have been sold at auction – including a creepy Hannibal Lecter mask which just sold for more than £75,000.

Riverdance star Flatley, 62, owned the muzzle-like face covering which was worn by actor Anthony Hopkins when he played the cannibalistic serial killer in the horror trilogy.

It is set on a poster background signed by Hopkins and Julianne Moore, the co stars of the movie Hannibal, the 2001 sequel to The Silence of the Lambs.

Items from Riverdance star Michael Flatley’s country estate have been auctioned off, with rare items fetching as much as £75,000

Among the collection is a muzzle-like face covering which was worn by actor Anthony Hopkins when he played serial killer Hannibal Lecter in the horror trilogy (left)

Other items for sale include metal suits of armour

Among the collection is a muzzle-like face covering which was worn by actor Anthony Hopkins when he played serial killer Hannibal Lecter in the horror trilogy (left)

The impressive movie memorabilia owned by Michael Flatley, pictured, is set on a poster background signed by Hopkins and Julianne Moore, the co stars of the movie Hannibal, the 2001 sequel to The Silence of the Lambs

The impressive movie memorabilia owned by Michael Flatley, pictured, is set on a poster background signed by Hopkins and Julianne Moore, the co stars of the movie Hannibal, the 2001 sequel to The Silence of the Lambs

Irish dancing star Flatley sold 684 items from his estate in County Cork, Ireland, last week

Irish dancing star Flatley sold 684 items from his estate in County Cork, Ireland, last week

The chilling piece of movie memorabilia is one of 684 items owned by the Irish dancing star that were sold off from his estate in County Cork, Ireland, late last week.

Flatley has made several attempts to sell the large estate over the years, with The Corkman reporting that he is rumoured to have sold it to a hotel company in September.  

Also included in the two-day sale was a painting Flatley created himself by coating the soles of his shoes in acrylic paint and then dancing on a vinyl canvas.

The vibrant green and yellow artwork, titled ‘The Finish Line’ sold for over £33,000. It was the second-highest sale made in the auction after the Hannibal mask.

Also included in the two-day sale was a painting Flatley created himself by coating the soles of his shoes in acrylic paint and then dancing on a vinyl canvas (pictured)

Also included in the two-day sale was a painting Flatley created himself by coating the soles of his shoes in acrylic paint and then dancing on a vinyl canvas (pictured)

The dancers impressive house has enormous rooms with a unique style, including this movie room

The dancers impressive house has enormous rooms with a unique style, including this movie room

The vibrant green and yellow artwork, titled 'The Finish Line' sold for over £33,000. Pictured: An impressive sitting room in the dancer's enormous estate in Ireland

The vibrant green and yellow artwork, titled ‘The Finish Line’ sold for over £33,000. Pictured: An impressive sitting room in the dancer’s enormous estate in Ireland

Flatley's painting was the second-highest sale made in the auction after the Hannibal mask. Pictured: A bedroom on his estate with impressive views of the Cork countryside

Flatley’s painting was the second-highest sale made in the auction after the Hannibal mask. Pictured: A bedroom on his estate with impressive views of the Cork countryside

Flatley bought the 12-bedroom property, Castlehyde House in Fermoy, for ¿4m 21 years ago. Pictured: The impressive round carpeted staircase

Flatley bought the 12-bedroom property, Castlehyde House in Fermoy, for €4m 21 years ago. Pictured: The impressive round carpeted staircase

The star was rumoured to have spent over ¿30m renovating his County Cork estate (pictured)

The star was rumoured to have spent over €30m renovating his County Cork estate (pictured)

Flatley bought the 12-bedroom property, Castlehyde House in Fermoy, for €4m 21 years ago after he reportedly spotted it from a helicopted.

The star was rumoured to have spent over €30m renovating the mansion, which was first put on the market in 2015 for close to £18million but was taken off in 2017.

It was later put back up for sale in 2018 at a reduced price, just over £11million.    

Other bizarre and eclectic items on offer included some mounted gazelle heads, suits of armor, some decommissioned guns, zebra-fur framed mirrors and a set of bamboo parasols.

In the enormous range of eclectic items on offer in the auction were some mounted gazelle heads, suits of armor, some decommissioned guns, zebra-fur framed mirrors and a set of bamboo parasols. Pictured: An elaborately designed room in his expansive home

In the enormous range of eclectic items on offer in the auction were some mounted gazelle heads, suits of armor, some decommissioned guns, zebra-fur framed mirrors and a set of bamboo parasols. Pictured: An elaborately designed room in his expansive home

A Napoleon III mantle clock was one of the items sold at the auction

Other items included this unique globe

A Napoleon III mantle clock, left, and a uniquely designed globe, right, were just some one of the items sold at the auction last week

The Mahogany bar unit with a marble and brass top (pictured) garnered some fierce bidding before the gavel went down at almost £7,300  - well over the £4,500 estimate

The Mahogany bar unit with a marble and brass top (pictured) garnered some fierce bidding before the gavel went down at almost £7,300  – well over the £4,500 estimate

Also included in the sale was this Versace tissue dispenser which fetched £377

Also included in the sale was this Versace tissue dispenser which fetched £377

A carved wooden American Eagle with a gilded beak (left) made £1,500, well above the estimate

A carved wooden American Eagle with a gilded beak (left) made £1,500, well above the estimate

A Versace tissue dispenser sold for £377 and a carved wooden American Eagle with a gilded beak made £1,500, well above the estimate.

Flatley’s selection of extremely ornate gilt and rococo furnishings were also on offer, including a plethora of couches, armchairs, and chaise longues.

A heavy mahogany bar unit with a marble and brass top garnered some fierce bidding before the gavel went down at almost £7,300 – well over the £4,500 estimate.

A pair of carved gilt settees sold for £1,500, a gilt chess set fetched nearly £900, and a pair of gilt tables with marble tops made £580.

An empty gun cabinet, with reinforced glass and doors, sold for £670 and a smoking pipe with a tortoiseshell stem went for £115..

Inside the impressive estate is an enormous library filled with shelves of books on dark wood bookcases

Inside the impressive estate is an enormous library filled with shelves of books on dark wood bookcases

Inlcuded in the enormous auction list were a pair of gilt tables with marble tops (pictured)

Inlcuded in the enormous auction list were a pair of gilt tables with marble tops (pictured)

The large dining room is big enough to fit a 14-person table inside and boasts of an elaborate mural on the ceiling

The large dining room is big enough to fit a 14-person table inside and boasts of an elaborate mural on the ceiling

In the spacious rooms, grand chandeliers hang from the ceiling alongside golf detailing and more ceiling murals

In the spacious rooms, grand chandeliers hang from the ceiling alongside golf detailing and more ceiling murals

Several items failed to sell, including a ‘pair of monumental stone urns’ estimated at between £3,600 and £5,400 and a 19th century ebony and gilt console and mirror, estimated at between £4,500 to £7,200.

The extensive ‘residue sale,’ via Sheppard’s Irish Auction House, took place online with 346 bidders taking interest in the Hannibal Lecter mask and 273 keen bidders for Flatley’s foot painting.

‘It was quite an incredible section of items, with the Hannibal mask being the star attraction,’ said Philip Shappard, of Sheppard’s Irish Auction House.

The total value of all the items sold has not been disclosed.

According to Cork Beo, the estate, owned by Flatley originated from 1760 and was previously home to Ireland’s first present – Douglas Hyde.



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Boots is slashing Fenty Beauty items to half price for Black Friday tomorrow


If you are a beauty fan you’ll be pleased to know Rihanna’s coveted make up line, Fenty Beauty, is being slashed to half price in the Boots Black Friday sale tomorrow.

From midnight, fans will be able to pick up incredible savings on the Match Stix Matte Skinsticks, Mattemoiselle Lipsticks and Killawatt Highlighters at boots.com.

The amazing discounts are all part of the high street chain’s huge month-long sale, which kicked off at the start of November and is set to run until 1 December in stores and online.

The retailer has already slashed up to 65% off fragrances, gifting, skincare, electrical beauty and much more ahead of the biggest shopping day of the year. The sale features plenty of premium brands like Clinique, Estee Lauder and Huda Beauty as well as Boots’ popular skincare and make up line, No7.

The retailer has also confirmed that all electrical beauty sale items are covered by its Price Match Promise, so if you buy an item at discount and find it cheaper elsewhere Boots will refund you the difference.

What is included in the Fenty Beauty Black Friday deals?

Boots has reported a huge increase in demand compared to last year – with double the amount of online orders being processed compared to the same period in 2019. This is despite Boots stores being allowed to remain open during the latest lockdowns across the UK.

The retailer also reported that during the first week of the Boots Black Friday month of deals, boots.com saw an increase of 60% more in website traffic than last year, with searches for ‘Black Friday’ doubling compared to the same period in 2019. A sure sign many consumers have started prepping for Christmas earlier than ever due to restrictions caused by the pandemic.





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ASOS offer up to 50% off for Black Friday sale – including 1000s of items


Ready to virtually shop until you drop at ASOS? Us too. And you’ll be delighted to hear that they are currently offering up to 50% off 1,000s of items – including big named brands like adidas Originals, Bershka and Topshop, to name a few. Also featured in the big ASOS pre- Black Friday sale are their own brands; ASOS DESIGN, ASOS Luxe, ASOS 4505 and ASOS EDITION.

From dresses to trousers, trainers to boots, coats to jumpers, beauty, haircare and everything in-between – ASOS really is the one-stop Black Friday destination.

Whether comfort is key for you right now or you’re getting ready for those all important festive Zoom parties, ASOS’ selection of up-top accessories will see you through.

The Black Friday sale at ASOS is the perfect opportunity to stock up on essential items

We don’t know for definite but we can only imagine these discounts are going to improve over the weekend so keep your eyes peeled.

If you’re planning to do some online shopping in the run up to, and during Black Friday, you can bag a £15 bonus towards your spend by ordering from through TopCashback.

The cashback site is giving all new members a £15 one-off bonus when they spend £15 or more at hundreds of retailers across all categories.

To claim the savings you must sign up to TopCashback by 23:59pm on 30th November, 2020.

TopCashback will then track the order and pay out the £15 bonus, which can then be transferred to a bank or Paypal account or redeemed as vouchers.

How to claim:

  1. Sign-up to TopCashback for free.

  2. Read the instructions on the Account Overview page.

  3. Select a retailer and shop as normal, making sure to spend £15 or more.

  4. TopCashback will then track your order and pay out the bonus to your account within 30 days of the transaction.

This offer applies to selected brands on the TopCashback website – including B&Q, ASOS, eBay and many more.

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As for now, below are our top pre-Black Friday ASOS picks to snap up now before they’ve gone.

ASOS Black Friday picks:

SVNX cable knit beanie hat in pumpkin spice – was £13, now £9

Keep warm this winter by wearing this adorable beanie.

Brave Soul ralph cable knit roll neck jumper in red – was £36.99, now £22

If in doubt, stock up on knitwear this Black Friday to see you through until next year.

ASOS DESIGN hoop earrings with ribbed knot design in gold tone – was £8, now £2.40

These earrings deserve a night out or at least a good time on the next Zoom quiz.

adidas Originals SC Premiere trainers in white – was £89.95, now £67

Give the gift of trainers this Black Friday to someone you love – or just yourself.

NYX Professional Makeup Eyebrow Powder Pencil – was £5.50, now £4

Let bad brows be a thing of the past – just fill in hair like strokes and blend the colour through with the handy spoolie on the other end.

Chelsea Peers corgi short pyjama set – was £30, now £20

Corgi’s on pjs, need we say anymore? And remember – dog pyjamas are for life, not just for Christmas.

Topshop crushed satin skirt in black – was £29, now £18

Whether you’re spending New Years Eve in or out, dress to impress wearing this pleated skirt.

Dune flat chelsea boots in black leather – was £110, now £65

Nothing says autumnal walks than a good pair of Chelsea boots and we’re in love with this pair from Dune – at a bargain price too.

Nike Training Icon Clash seamless sculpt leggings in purple print – was £75, now £37.50

Why wait until January to start your fitness resolutions? These leggings for less than £40 are something we’ll be snapping up, ready to hit the gym again.

Pieces Asta star print midi dress in black – was £35, now £25

How gorgeous is this all over start print dress? The high neck and long sleeves make it versatile enough to wear all year round.

You can shop the rest of ASOS’ Black Friday deals, here.





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