Agenda: Fashion: Peter Pilotto; Bryony Kimmings; Chris Lilley; Justice; Nomad cinema

Fashion: Reach for the stars

Should you be sashaying off on a stylish sojourn, grab a hold of hot design duo Peter Pilotto's latest collection of luggage. For the second season of their rather magnificent collaboration with Belgian bag brand Kipling, they have once again targeted the intergalactic traveller, applying a Milky Way print to a selection of rucksacks and holdalls. It's one small step for man, but one giant leap for the humble backpack. From £57, 020 7299 9090, kipling.com

Face to watch: Bryony Kimmings

A veritable anti-ingenue, this hotly tipped performance artist's show Sex Idiot serves up STD stories, vagina synonyms and pubic hair call-outs. Following a hit Edinburgh Fringe run, it is at London's Soho Theatre, 6-16 April

Lexpionage: Felloweship, n.

The shared fascination with fanciful 20th-century period dramas, as evident in the second decade of the 21st century: thrives off one-dimensional characters and exhaustive attention to social etiquette

Social networking: Match the tweet to the star

George Michael, Kirstie Allsopp, Cher, Pink

1. Face it paps, hackers and haters... the album will sell great, the tour will sell out in hours...

2. Tonight's cabbie wants to be chosen by the nation as the next Worzel Gummidge in a reality show TV show, he's singing at me as I type!

3. I'm tired! Nite lovelies! That includes lovelies that Don't love Me! Isn't life Fun!!!? xxx me

4. the woman that did my hair butchered it. i hate it. thanks for pointing out how much you all hate it, too. helpful.

Answers at the bottom of the page

App watch: #11 Story Time

Whether travelling the globe or straining under the workload, absent parents can assuage their guilt with this virtual book of nursery rhymes which they can read to their kids remotely via the iPhone microphone, while the little 'uns also enjoy interactive animations. Just don't try this at home. £2.39 from iTunes

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

TV: Angry Boys

Chris Lilley, the Aussie comic genius behind grotesque Home and Away spoof Summer Heights High, is back with a new mocku-series about male adolescents. Enjoy a taster at http://bit.ly/h4z1KD

Music: Justice

Brace yourselves for the return of the French electro-heads whose new stomper, "Civilization", is as magisterial as they come. Catch the single soundtracking Adidas's new ad at bit.ly/fvsTn7 before its 4 April release

Film: Nomad cinema

For a Mother's Day treat that will sweep her off her feet, head to north London's Finsbury Park for this pop-up cinema's fancy-dress screening of Baz Luhrmann's comedy Strictly Ballroom. 7pm, whereisthenomad.com

MATCH THE TWEET: 1. GEORGE MICHAEL; 2. KIRSTIE ALLSOPP; 3. CHER; 4. PINK.

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