Agenda: Andrej Pejic; Jessica Chastain; the British Library; The Go! Team; Falling Skies; gallery grub

Fashion: The new androgyny

After the billboard success of transgender model Lea T, comes the next gender-bending face of fashion, the Serbian-born Australian model Andrej Pejic. With his flowing blond locks and pixie pout, he's the androgynous face of Marc Jacobs' newly launched spring/summer ad campaign, and stars alongside female lookey-likey Karolina Kurkova for Jean Paul Gaultier. We don't know whether to fancy him or envy him.

Face to watch: Jessica Chastain

She starred recently in Murder on the Orient Express, but no grey cells are required to deduce that this 29-year-old is primed for bigger things, with roles in Mossad thriller The Debt and Terrence Malick's long-awaited The Tree of Life.

Social networking: Match the tweet to the star

Bret Easton Ellis

Sarah Silverman

Paloma Faith

Hugh Bonneville

1 EXTRA! EXTRA! Wrinkles & lines are a great way to weed out the douchebags!

2 I'm floating up...I am quite high now and I look down at all the people racing about like fleas and they look very small and sped up

3 Just read somewhere that the massive bird deaths all over the world were caused by angry pigs

4 I'm reading a discarded MoS on SW Trains and am drinking a Kenco coffee. I'm not being paid to endorse any of them

Answers at the bottom of the page

App watch: #1 Treasures

The British Library brings its vaults of wisdom to the app eco-system with this new application incorporating more than 100 of its most prized possessions – from Leonardo's notebooks to Lennon's handwritten lyrics – alongside handy commentary from the experts. £1.19, from iTunes Store and Android Marketplace

Lexpionage: Oblication, n.

Those irritating things – ie. emails, texts, voicemails, blog updates, tweets, incompetent housesitters – that you are required to attend to even though you are SUPPOSED TO BE ON HOLIDAY!

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

Music: The Go! Team

Banish that back-to-school feeling with the schoolyard pop of these Brightoners, whose latest LP Rolling Blackouts (out 31 Jan) fuses cheerleader chants, hip-hop beats and bumptious brass to typically gleeful effect.

Television: Falling Skies

Sci-fi geeks are bristling in anticipation of Steven Spielberg's latest TV sojourn, an alien-invasion series emitting Close Encounters vibes. Launches in the US in June; catch the first trailer at tinyurl.com/6js7zo

Restaurants: Gallery grub

High culture just got more palatable thanks to gastro re-fits at the Whitechapel Gallery, where Angela Hartnett has taken over the dining-room, and the RA, where Oliver Peyton launches a tapas-style affair on Wednesday.

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