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

We love: Peter Jensen

Who better to get your cute woodland creature fix from this season than Peter Jensen, who has long had a fondness for our furry friends? The designer has just launched an e-shop too. Peterjensen.co.uk

We're not sure about: Google goggles

Not quite a technophobe, but in awe of such things as long-distance phone calls, the sound of The Audit's mind being blown was audible when the newest innovation from the search engine was revealed at Diane Von Furstenburg's fashion show last week.

We're buying: Temper, temper

Call it the Kate effect if you will (everyone else will after all). Somerset – Alice Temperley's range for John Lewis – has become the fastest-selling line in the department store's history as customers snap up leopard, lace and shearling. Johnlewis.com

We can't wait for: All the fun of the fair

With work for sale from recent graduates and venerable houses, the Goldsmiths fair is celebrating its 30th anniversary later this month. From 24 September, Goldsmiths' Hall, London EC2, thegoldsmiths.co.uk

We're saving up for: Alpha

Hand-knitted in lambswool or cashmere, these alphabet sweaters would make a jolly – if extremely luxurious – Christmas gift. If you win the lottery, you could get one for everyone and play a cracking game of human Scrabble. From £445, E Tautz.