The Lie In - Issue 16

 a round up of the good stuff

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House of Glass by Hadley Freeman - a family history that was unearthed when Hadley discovered a box at the back of her grandmother's wardrobe, taking her from Long Island to Auschwitz.

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I'm loving this Swedish police drama on Channel 4. The Truth Will Out is based on real events and is a dark and edgy psychological thriller with a great cast.

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I've recently discovered the Colors Studio sessions on Instagram and immediately fell in love. They showcase up and coming artists from around the world and the styling is gorgeous. The Lianne La Havas one is particularly good.

 

 

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I've been a fan of Chilly Bottles for a while now and love my matte white one but these new designs by Marco Oggian are gorgeous. They will be releasing new artist limited editions every month.

 

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I know that at over £60 this is ridiculously expensive but I have it on good authority that a little goes a very, very long way and it really is one of the best hand creams out there. My dry, chapped hands need all the help they can get right now!

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This podcast covers the hysteria that swept North America in the eighties. Named satanic panic, a swathe of false allegations of rape, torture and devil worship were made. Uncover delves into the lives of those affected.

 

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I am so bad at using up over-ripe bananas - probably because the window of when a banana is edible to me is about two days! So, I've been hunting for a sugar-free banana bread to make the most of them.

 

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H&M have a gorgeous new collaboration with Colombian designer Johanna Ortiz. Muted primary colours, floral designs and plenty of movement - the perfect look for a spring wedding (or not!).

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One of my favourite Instagram accounts at the moment is @abandoned_southeast - a feed curated by Leland Kent who has a love of the abandoned buildings and public spaces of the south east of America. Urban decay meets former grandeur - think The Shining crossed with Stranger Things and you'll get the idea! Check out his website too.

 

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