Agenda: Acne Paper; Lily Collins; The Ladykillers; Fiona Apple; Signature Brew


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Fashion: A compelling body of work

With the new season comes a new Acne Paper – no, not a spot remedy, but the biannual bible from the cult Swedish label. Part-brand digest, part-fashion mag, the spring 2012 issue, themed around "The Body", includes the final interview with the acclaimed American photographer Lillian Bassman, as well as features on artists Louise Bourgeois and Gillian Wearing, and an interview with Isabella Rossellini.

Face to watch: Lily Collins

Not exactly against all odds, Phil's daughter has become Hollywood hot property: after playing second fiddle to Taylor Lautner's abs in Abduction, she'll now get her princess moment as Snow White in family adventure Mirror Mirror

Social networking: Match the tweet to the star

Marian Keyes, Jessie J, Calvin Harris, Jeanette Winterson

1 JK Rowling gave $160 million to charity last year

2 Somebody just recommended Skype Sex but how could I then return to Twitter and online banking? Too much multi-tasking for me.

3 A spelling mistake on twitter feels like I've commited a crime. #nobodysperfect

4 Not 1 ting has hapened 2 me in last 20mins but am COMPELLED 2 tweet. am already HORIBLY adictd 2 dis. its FANTASTIC.

Answers at the bottom of the page

App watch: Shopitize

tighten the purse strings with this personal-shopping assistant, which allows you to take pics of your receipts and use the data to create reports on your spending. The only disappointment is the lack of physical-restraint capabilities for moments of abjectconsumerist desperation. Free from Android Marketplace

Lexpionage: Balladocio, n.

Generic songsmithery containing multiple key changes for no obvious reason, other than to denote empty emotion. Cf the UK's Eurovision entry. Also see phrase: getting the Hump

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

Theatre: The Ladykillers

It's truly wicked: Graham Linehan's stonkingly reviewed adaptation of the classic Ealing comedy heads out on a 26-week regional tour, beginning at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth, 14 September.

Music: Fiona Apple

Children of the 1990s, rejoice! Your favourite tortured confessionalist has been making a comeback at Texas's SXSW festival, where she premiered three new songs. Have a listen here:

Drinks: Signature Brew

Indie-kids should go giddy for this London brewery specialising in craft beers created by rock musicians – the latest being "Clear Heart" by the Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn. £10 for four-pack.

Match the tweet: 1. Calvin Harris; 2. Jeanette Winterson; 3. Jessie J; 4. Marian Keyes.