Agenda: Paule Ka; Edie Campbell; Crossfire Hurricane; The Master and Margarita

 

Fashion: You have to hand it to 'em

French brand Paule Ka and its founder Serge Cajfinger are having a bit of a moment – not only has the Duchess of Cambridge been spotted in one of the label's chic skirt suits, but this week sees the opening of its latest store on Mayfair's hip epicentre Mount Street. Expect feminine luxury and Gallic chic topped off with an injection of modernism and mayhem.

Opens Tuesday, London W1, pauleka.com

Face to watch: Edie Campbell

She's worked on campaigns for Stella McCartney, Marc Jacobs and Burberry, all while "doing a Lily Cole" and juggling her modelling career with a degree in Art History at the Courtauld Institute. We predict huge things on graduation.

Lexpionage: Shoepidity, *.

The moment you see ridiculously OTT footwear that will likely not only cripple the wearer but (even worse) make them look like Lady Gaga – and yet against all reason still really want a pair yourself.

Match the tweet to the star

Steve Carrell, Russell Crowe, Caitlin Moran, Lily Allen

1. Give A Stranger A Hug Day was 7% successful.

2. The idea of Louis Walsh at Woodstock is blowing my mind

3. I think I may have TB, worstest cough ever. Is that a symptom?

4. Good night normal people.

App watch: Dapprly

The red tie or the blue? Am I too old for skinny jeans? If you're the kind of man who spends hours in a state of sartorial panic every morning, this app lets you upload pictures of different outfits then asks your friends to vote on what they think you should wear. Fashion advice for the terminally indecisive, basically. Free, iTunes store

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

Film: Crossfire Hurricane

If you're a Rolling Stones fan, you'll know that the title of this documentary charting their rise to fame is taken from the opening lines of "Jumping Jack Flash". And it is indeed a gas. In selected cinemas from 18 October

Art: Vintage Vogue

James Mylne recreates famous photos of fashion icons, using only a humble Biro. Much, much better than that time your pen leaked in your pocket. Until 31 October, London W1. rookandraven.co.uk

Theatre: The Master and Margarita

Following its sold-out season earlier this year, Complicite's mesmerising version of Bulgakov's novel is back for a limited run. Catch it while you can. 14 December to 19 January, barbican.org.uk

Match the tweet: 1. Steve Carrell; 2. Caitlin Moran; 3. Lily Allen; 4. Russell Crowe

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