Agenda: Estée Lauder; Edinburgh Fringe; Big Screen; Open House London; Red State

Fashion: Praise the Lauder!

The alchemists at Estée Lauder are known for their miracle-working serums. And their latest treatment, Idealist Even Skintone Illuminator, promises (as if its name doesn't already tell you everything you need to know) to brighten skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines and clear up outbreaks. In other words, it makes you look like one of those healthy, outdoorsy types. And hurrah for that! From £46, esteelauder.co.uk

Face to watch: Josh Osho

This silken-voiced south Londoner has overcome a tough childhood to become the latest crooner who could. Jubilantly gospel-flavoured single "Redemption Days" – featuring a cameo from Ghostface Killah – is out 12 September

Lexpionage: Bell-wring, vb

Trad. cricket To anguish over a perfectly reasonable act and perform a volte-face, resulting in widespread acclaim but lamentable consequences for your own hopes of remaining the best in your field

Social networking: Match the tweet to the star

Chris Moyles, Katy B, John Bishop, Katie Waissel

1. We are the misfits

2, Just shook hands with Ewan McGregor – had to bite my lip and not mention Star Wars or say "Morning Obi"!

3. I love it when i see the grannies and grandads having a dance in Spitalfields!!

4. Why am I so busy?* *I actually know why so please don't reply with any weird or rude suggestions!

Answers at the bottom of the page

App watch: Edinburgh Fringe

For those already lost among the myriad acts in Edinburgh, download this app from the Fringe Society and you'll be laughing: it uses your location to tell you which acts are on nearby, checks ticket availability, allows you to buy them through your phone, then gives you directions to the venue. Free for iPhone and Android

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

Festivals: Big screen

Buff up, cinematically speaking, with Empire's weekender at the O2, featuring talks, previews and premieres, including the 1960s Mississipi-set The Help. Friday to Sunday, empirebigscreen.com

Design: Open House London

Have a sanctioned snoop as hundreds of notable buildings across the capital open their doors to the public, including City Hall. 17 to 18 September, booking from tomorrow, londonopenhouse.org

Film: Red State

Slacker-comedy king Kevin Smith takes a left turn into horror with this religious shocker about teens entrapped by evangelical Christians. Catch the trailer at ind.pn/nJYq4u before its 30 September release

MATCH THE TWEET: 1. KATIE WAISSEL; 2. JOHN BISHOP; 3. KATY B; 4. CHRIS MOYLES

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