Pointing you in the right cultural direction this month
This month’s cultural ups and downs
This bedazzled McQueen beauty can be yours for [insert annual wages], or make a dupe with a charity-shop knit and vintage brooches.
Not for the faint-hearted, this cinematic redo of the famous WW1 play includes Hollywood heavyweights Sam Claflin and Paul Bettany. Warning: existential crisis unavoidable.*
Adieu to hours of mirror angst trying to make your eyeliner flicks match. “Thumbprint” liner is an easier on-trend option, here to free up your mornings.
App Net fling pairs you with dates according to your Netflix preferences. Finally, a shortcut to finding someone who’s as into For The Love Of Spock as you are.
CHARITY TO THE MAXX
Donate your wardrobe cast-offs to TK Maxx’s Give Up Clothes For Good campaign and raise money to help beat child cancers. Michelle Dockery is also on board.**
Remember when Pokémon Go got so out of hand that an online death tracker appeared? Well, get ready: a Harry Potter follow-up is set to hit phones (and hospitals) later this year.
Great for breath-freshening, but not for use within 50ft of another human. These Melo iKo disposable toothbrushes (£5.99) squeak like a hamster on speed.
OK, we get it, ugly trainers are cool again, it’s fashion. But these £595 Balenciaga platform-trainer creatures are one step too far.
The Analog Watch Company makes watches out of your pet’s hair. Just send them 4oz of fur and around £150. High price to pay for a hairier wrist.
Yes, we’re into interiors but does anybody really want vulva slippers, butt lamps or a penis vase? And if you do, what will you say when your mum pops round with a bunch of daffs?