Agenda: Yves Saint Laurent; Joseph Gilgun; Brimstone and Treacle; Record Store Day; Pippin Barr

 

Fashion: The new gold standard

Now entering its third season of It-bag status, Yves Saint Laurent's stylish Cabas Chyc tote is released this summer in a cool gold version. As sported by the ineffable Mariacarla Boscono in the house's ad campaign, it's a sure-fire hit for the warmer weather – and a fitting tribute to designer Stefano Pilati's final season at the label. £1,660, ysl.com

Face to watch: Joseph Gilgun

If you recognise the 28-year-old as sad clown Woody from This is England or loveable loser Rudy from Misfits, prepare to be shocked by his next role: glass-eyed and tattoed as the villain in Hollywood prison sci-fi Lockout, out on Friday.

Social networking: Match the tweet to the star

Joan Collins, Mia Farrow, Alec Baldwin, Zooey Deschanel

1. Isn't the Voice great! I love it

2. It's never too late for a coffee. After all it's always morning somewhere in the world.

3. Some people tweet too much - boring!!

4. Can you create your own reality? Would you?

Answers at the bottom of the page

App watch: Trakr

Steal a march on the Government and indulge in some digital self-surveillance with this multipurpose program allowing you to chart your progress in achieving specific goals – from writing a book to getting fit and cutting down on Mr Kipling fondant fancies – by keeping note of the relevant statistics. 69p from iTunes Store

Lexpionage: Ruevenirs, n.

Inappropriate commemorative merchandise vis-à-vis tragic anniversaries, e.g. Tayto Titanic Hand Baked Potato Crisps (yours for just £13 a bag from rmstitanic100.co.uk!)

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

Theatre: Brimstone and Treacle

May all hell break loose as Rupert Friend leads this revival of Dennis Potter's shocker about a man's visitation upon a troubled suburban family. 4 May to 2 June, Arcola Theatre, London E8

Music: Record Store Day

This annual love-in for indie retailers is back on Saturday, with a host of in-store events across the UK and exclusive releases including a Flaming Lips double-album of star collaborations. recordstoreday.com

Web: Pippin Barr

Warning: this creator of surreal, old-school video games is out to decimate your productivity. The latest, Epic Sax Guy, involves playing a sax riff in a Moldovan Eurovision performance. Addictive stuff. pippinbarr.com

Match the tweet: 1. Mia Farrow; 2. Zooey Deschanel; 3. Joan Collins; 4. Alec Baldwin.

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