The Agenda: Uniqlo; Zebra Katz; The Great British Bake Off; Festival No 6; La Concepta


Fashion: Uniqlo turns over a new leaf

British designer Orla Kiely's colourful stem prints have become part of the fashion vernacular, whether on umbrellas, tote bags or even doormats. And now, thanks to a second collaboration with high-street heroes Uniqlo, you can adorn yourself with them, too. Choose from T-shirts, hoodies, scarves and dresses and bloom in style.

Face to watch: Zebra Katz

The NYC rapper-cum-fashion-world- favourite made some noise with menacingly minimalist debut single "Ima Read" and new track "W8WTF" is equally fierce. Catch him supporting Azealia Banks on her autumn UK tour

Lexpionage: Osboorne, vb.

Heckling a politician at a major international competition as s/he is introduced at a medal ceremony, partic. used when said member of Parliament has introduced laws perceived to be detrimental to competitors

App watch: Teatime

Don't leave your cuppa to chance with this possibly fractionally over-zealous app, which helps you manage your work "tea group". Allowing you to set a tea-break alarm and store details of how each group member takes their brew, it will also select one person each time to be the designated tea-maker. From iTunes store, free

Match the tweet to the star

Danny Baker, Will Young, Irvine Welsh, Matt Horne

1. Autumn is my season

2. Girls: Just seen a very hot boy. He's on Farringdon Road. Go! Boys: Just seen a very hot boy. He's on Farringdon Road. Go! #liberal

3. Isaac Hayes has died #AsTrueNowAsIt WasThen

4. How scary but brilliant would it be if a bear bit yr hand, dragged you 20 ft, then left you alone? Like a cabbie having Bowie in his taxi.

On the radar: Because some things are worth getting excited about…

Web: The Great British Bake Off

For some truly palatable poetry, check out this wonderful, unofficial tribute to the BBC's Great British Bake Off, serving up bakery-related verse of all flavours and textures.

Festivals: Festival No 6

Those looking to defy the onset of autumn should check out this new festival, taking place in the Welsh village of Portmeirion and featuring New Order, Primal Scream and Spiritualized. Friday to Sunday,

Theatre: La Concepta

Thought the pop-up restaurant concept had no distance left to run? Then prepare to be startled by comic Simon Munnery's anti-eatery, opening for service in London after two years at the Edinburgh Festival. 8-28 October,

Match the tweet: 1. Will Young; 2. Matt Horne; 3. Danny Baker; 4. Irvine Welsh