Fashion: Art at your fingertips

Cutesy teddy bears at Meadham Kirchhoff, flakes of gold at Alexander McQueen and Egyptian hieroglyphs at Topshop Unique: this year, the spring shows really nailed nail art. So we say pay close attention to your talons and get the look at home with Topshop’s new varnish pens – the fine brush tip makes it easy to add your own details to your usual base colour, and they come in shades from graphic black to more playful silver, pink and blue. Get scribbling. £6.50 each,

Face to watch: Donald Glover

This Renaissance hottie does both flows and funnies, balancing stand-up and a part in the sitcom Community with a rap career as alter ego Childish Gambino. Catch him in action at Camp, London EC1, this Wednesday and Thursday

Social networking: Match the tweet to the star

Michael Winner, Tom Hiddleston, Darren Lyons, Heston Blumenthal

1. umm nooo

2. "Not everyone you love is going to love you back. That's why it's important to love yourself more than anything."

3. The Edge is talking to god with his guitar. That's how he rolls.

4. saw Two Weeks With Marilyn brilliantly acted, very moving, great film. Cannot recommend it highly enuf.

Answers at the bottom of the page

App watch: iF Poems

Escape into verse with this virtual poetry anthology containing more than 200 works by writers including Byron, Keats, Lear and Eliot. Many are available in audio form, read by thesps Bill Nighy and Helena Bonham Carter. And, if you're feeling inspired, you can even record your own version. £1.99 for iPhone, £2.99 for iPad

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

Art: Last Days Of The Arctic

Feel the ethical chill of this stunning photo-reportage exhibition exploring Greenland's threatened landscape and the Inuit communities who inhabit it. Proud Chelsea, London SW3, from Thursday

Music: The Asteroids Galaxy Tour

These long-tipped Danish cutie-pies are finally ready to seize the Scandi-pop limelight, judging by the infectious immediacy of their new single "Heart Attack". Watch the video at

Film: Silent House

With this year's crop of Oscar bait proving oh-so paltry, we can't wait for the return of some proper popcorn thrills such as this real-time, one-take horror starring starlet de nos jours Elizabeth Olsen.