THE COMPASS This month’s cultural ups and downs
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THE GRIM RIPPER
Bill Nighy plays a Victorian detective hunting a grisly murderer in The Limehouse Golem. Bonus: Douglas Booth is also involved.
Here’s hoping your office chair reclines for the Glo Pamper squad, who’ll prep you deskside for your Friday date with the hot IT guy.
Unicorns are making a swift exit – there’s a new animal on the block. Global trend predictors at WGSN claim they’ll be on everything soon.
Ever wondered what it’d be like to hang out inside a giant Slush Puppie? Visit Champneys Forest Mere’s indoor snow chambers, the latest in circulation-boosting.
Frank Spencer, Samuel L Jackson, Che Guevara: let these be your unlikely icons, as Dior proclaims the beret the height of autumn style. Feeling brave? Go leather like Rihanna.
Why must there be a group chat for every occasion, full of people you don’t know, whose opinions (and emojis) you don’t care about? MUTE.
This trend for making everything from bra tops to dresses out of the 40p Swedish laundry sacks is stressful – and sweaty.
You know a fad’s gone too far when PornHub reports over 2.5 million searches for ‘Fidget Spinner’ on their website.
For £11.50 you can ripen your avo in just 24 hours with the woolly Avocado Sock™. Or, save cash and stick it next to a mouldy banana instead.
Health alert: doctors are warning against Passion Dust. What’s that? Oh, just glitter capsules you pop into your vagina pre-sex.