Mulled wine, marshmallows, moonlit fireworks displays; November has arrived and we couldn't be happier. As the weather cools and winter festivities get under way, we've carved out a selection of our favourite entertainment picks for the autumnal season. From a high profile hip-hop reunion to a millennial release that has our beauty radar buzzing, here's what's new this November.
WATCH: Good Time
After a botched bank robbery lands his younger brother in prison, Constantine Nikas (Robert Pattinson) embarks on a twisted odyssey through the city's underworld in an increasingly desperate - and dangerous - attempt to get his brother out of jail. Over the course of one adrenalized night, Constantine finds himself on a mad descent into violence and mayhem as he races against the clock to save his brother and himself, knowing their lives hang in the balance.
Described by critics as "suffocatingly intense" and featuring a "career best" performance from Pattinson, the darkly thrilling Good Time is already being touted a cult classic. In cinemas from November 17.
READ: British Vogue: The December Issue
This month, we'll be marking November 10 in our diaries - and you should too. This is the day you can get your hands on the December issue of British Vogue - the first under new editor-in-chief Edward Enninful.
The announcement that Enninful would become the first black, and first male boss of the British fashion bible came back in April, and ever since, fashion fanatics worldwide have eagerly awaited the so-called 'New Vogue'. And with the likes of Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Grace Coddington, Pat McGrath and Adwoa Aboah among the new line-up of contributing editors, it's safe to say the anticipation is real. Available November 10.
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LISTEN TO: New music from N.E.R.D
After a seven year hiatus, alternative hip-hop slash rock band N.E.R.D are back - well, almost. Having already dropped single-of-the-moment, Lemon, a fizzy banger featuring Rihanna (no big deal), the progressive trio unveiled new album No_One Ever Really Dies at this year's ComplexCon in California.
With guest appearances from hip-hop heavyweights Kendrick Lamar, M.I.A. and André 3000, and a surprise collaboration with Ed Sheeran, we expect this release to take off, both commercially and critically. The release date of No_One Ever Really Dies is yet to be announced.
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It's the name on the lips of almost every beauty addict lately, and for good reason. Now Glossier, the cult New York-based skincare and makeup brand has officially launched in the UK.
Glossier founder Emily Weiss (the brains behind beauty blog Into The Gloss) launched Glossier back in 2010 and the brand has since gained legions of fans due to its Instagrammable, cruelty-free and highly reviewed products. Known for its simple but chic branding and diverse range of models, its formulas are designed to enhance natural beauty and contain all-natural ingredients. Available now.
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TAP INTO: Apple iPhone X
Aside from making headlines and forming the basis of countless memes since its announcement in September, the iPhone X has landed. Launched to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first iPhone, it's no surprise that the X sees the biggest overhaul of Apple's phone since the original.
Boasting an impressive a corner-to-corner screen with no space for the home button, the design moves away from Apple's fingerprint scanner to make room for the all new "Face ID" facial recognition system. Pair that with an OLED screen, a powerful camera, and water and dust resistance - and it's no wonder the iPhone X is already making waves worldwide. Available from November 3.
Which will you be ticking off your list? Let us know in the comments section!
Remember: this is a monthly series, so keep your eyes peeled for lots more - oh, and get in touch with your suggestions for December!