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The Fashion Audit: Absolutely Fabulous, wrap it up and chic charity tees

What we love, we're not sure about, we're buying and can't wait for...

We love: Absolutely Fabulous

Edina Monsoon may have been usurped by Siobhan Sharpe of TwentyTwelve from her role everyone's favourite fictional PR from hell, but The Audit is still excited to see what Olympian hijinks the duo will get up to, and more importantly, what they'll be wearing?

9:30pm, BBC One.

We're not sure about: Villain of the piece

According to the folk behind the latest fragrance off the Ed Hardy conveyer belt, "it's good to be bad", but whether that should refer to someone's odour is a matter up for some debate. With "kisses as sweet and addicting as crème brûlée", it sounds truly nauseating.

We're buying: Chic charity tees

The work of London fashion luminaries Jonathan Saunders, JW Anderson, Mary Katrantzou and Richard Nicoll may usually be out of reach for most, but these charity T-shirts are not only priced in the double digits, but will help support The Dispossessed Fund which fights poverty in London.

£60, matchesfashion.com

We can't wait for: Chanel's new store

Beauty buffs will be counting down the hours on their perfectly manicured fingers until the launch of Chanel's beauty boutique. The 57-square-metre space will be dedicated to exclusive products, make-up classes, and even a nail bar from the polish trendsetters themselves.

From 24 July, chanelatcoventgarden.com

We're cheating: Wrap it up

For nail-art obsessives who can't make it to the salon and aren't quite ambidextrous enough to achieve the same results at home, fashion favourite brand Wah Nails has extended its product line to include these easy-to-apply stickers with a choice of six of the most popular patterns.

£7 each, Boots nationwide