Agenda: Comme des Garçons' Rei Kawakubo; The Simpsons; Sage Vaughn; The Burning House; Memory tapes; Rocksalt

Fashion : D'oh, Rei, tees for you and me

After collaborations with everyone from the milliner Stephen Jones to the Beatles, Comme des Garçons' Rei Kawakubo has cast her eye over The Simpsons creator Matt Groening's back catalogue, and asked him to design a range of T-shirts for her Play range. The kooky, cartoon-infested tops complement the line's sense of humour and cutesy poignancy as characters from Groening's cult comic strip Life in Hell mingle with Kawakubo's signature doe-eyed heart on long-sleeved slubs and crew-necks. Available now, from £78, from

Face to watch: Sage Vaughn

This LA graffiti-artist-turned-painter's stylised cityscapes explore the tension between the urban and the pastoral. His first UK exhibition, Children ofa Lesser God, is at London's Lazarides Gallery until 4 June.

Lexpionage: Ga-ga land, n.

A state of mind characterized by overweening ambition, a pathological drive to ubiquity and an unrealistic estimation of others' tolerance for jazz interludes

Social networking: Match the tweet to the star

Gareth Thomas, Russell Tovey, Tony Parsons, KT Tunstall

1 Bankers – you either hate them or you loathe them.

2 Who invented Friday the 13th as a bad day?? Is it because of the film??

3 Every time I post a letter I feel a mini sense of achievement x

4 Just rescued a moth in Vegas. Was it real?!?!answers bottom left

App watch #19: Super 8

IF retro-minded photo app Hipstamatic appealed to your inner nostalgist, you're sure to love this similarly fuzzy-around-the-edges program, which will turn your iPhone into the titular film camera – allowing you to embellish your home videos with sepia hues and "authentic" scratches. Free from iTunes store

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

Web: The Burning House

What items would you take with you if your house was burning down? Post your pictorial answer to this conundrum, or check out others' selections, on this adorable photo-blog.

Music: Memory tapes

The much-fêted laptop-popster returns with a second album in July, and this lissom first offering, "Wait In the Dark", suggests it should be the very essence of summertime languor.

Food: Rocksalt

Since we do like to be beside the seaside, we'll be hot-footing it to this Folkestone seafood restaurant from former Claridge's head chef Mark Sargeant when it opens next month.

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