As we step into Autumn, we’re bringing you a round-up of our top picks for the new season. From the accounts to follow to the new releases to watch and listen to, here’s what we’ve been loving at Wallis HQ.
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From throwback tunes to new-found favourites, we’ve rounded up the songs that are helping us get ready to say goodbye to summer.
Jessie Ware is at her best yet in her critically acclaimed new album What’s Your Pleasure? With an 80s disco vibe, this is full of upbeat tunes to sing along to.
From the team that bought us QI, this much-loved podcast is in its 5th year of production. Every week, the team get together to talk about the weird and wonderful facts they’ve unearthed recently.
The hit book by Celeste Ng has been made into an eight-part mini-series on Amazon Prime starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington. The series follows the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and the enigmatic mother and daughter who are new in town.
If you haven’t got sucked in to this series yet, now is the perfect time to start. Real Housewives meets real estate in this season’s guilty pleasure, as Beverly Hills’ top agents compete for million dollar commissions.
The newest offering in moody crime thrillers has hit Netflix, and we can’t get enough. Gillian Anderson plays a detective on the tail of twisted serial killer Jamie Dornan.
If you’re not quite ready to let go of summer, we recommend giving this account a follow to keep the autumn blues at bay. A carefully curated feed of dreamy hotels and amazing views will have you planning next year’s summer holiday already.
Looking for some meal time inspiration? Thomas Straker has one of our favourite foodie accounts. With mouth-watering pictures and simple recipes, he’s a must-follow for all things food.
Worry Lines specialise in cute illustrations that we love to see pop up on our timeline. From uplifting mantras to relatable doodles, it’s easy to lose track of time scrolling through this feed.
Described as a love letter to 70s rock and roll, this novel is inspired by the true story behind Fleetwood Mac’s recording of Rumours. Daisy Jones and The Six is the story of a fictional band who defined an era, and their shock split.
This psychological thriller has been a hit this summer, and if you haven’t read it yet it’s time to get your hands on a copy. The Family Upstairs is the story of three entangled families living in a house with the darkest of secrets.
If you’re a fan of thrillers, Guilt is the compelling page-turner you should read next. When the body of a woman is found, the finger points to her twin sister, but we’re led to question who the real murderer is.
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