TEN THINGS

From al­gae fa­cials to Es­to­nian city breaks, bags to a blue su­per­food, these are the month’s musts – just be care­ful on that skate­board!

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Blue fizz is the new green juice; skate­board­ing is cool again, and why we’re all go­ing to Hull

READ

GOOD THINGS COME IN TWOS, from de­sign duo Katie Hil­lier and Luella Bart­ley, to Vivi­enne Westwood work­ing with her hus­band, An­dreas Kron­thaler. In Fash­ion To­gether (Riz­zoli, £55), pub­lished on 19 Oc­to­ber,

jour­nal­ist Lou Stop­pard doc­u­ments the fash­ion world’s most en­dur­ing col­lab­o­ra­tions.

EX­PLORE

MOVE OVER COPEN­HAGEN. With an in­flux of new restau­rants, Es­to­nia is

be­com­ing a ma­jor player on the Nordic food scene. Head to the me­dieval city of Tallinn and feast on

smoked fish and na­tive plants such as

sea buck­thorn.

WEAR

STELLA McCART­NEY’S AW17 SHOW was all about the de­tails – pre­pare to fall in love with what we’re dub­bing the du­vet bag. Ter­ra­cotta in colour, and al­most in­flat­able in tex­ture, ease into the day with a hand­bag that could al­most dou­ble up as

a pil­low. Al­most.

FLEX

SKATE­BOARD­ING is an Olympic sport now, so there’s been no bet­ter time to get on board and learn how to ‘tre flip’, ‘pop

shu­vit’ and do an ‘ol­lie’. The Cam­pus Pool in Bris­tol of­fers Satur­day classes for be­gin­ners, while the re­cently re­opened House of Vans, un­der­neath the arches in Lon­don Bridge, runs a week­end skate

school – no ex­pe­ri­ence re­quired.

LIS­TEN

BRIT-NOM­I­NATED

MIL­LEN­NIAL rock­ers Wolf Alice re­lease their sec­ond

stu­dio al­bum, Vi­sions Of A Life, on 29 Septem­ber, along with On The Road,

a part-drama, part-doc­u­men­tary

film about the band’s life on tour.

IN­DULGE

AL­GAE FA­CIALS HAVE AR­RIVED: Al­genist is a Sil­i­con Val­ley brand that uses mi­croal­gae – one of the old­est types of al­gae in the world – for its

anti-age­ing, colour-cor­rect­ing fa­cials. Find it in Genius Liq­uid Col­la­gen, £95, which has just

dropped at SpaceNK.

EAT

COOK YOUR­SELF HAPPY: The Dan­ish Way (Jac­qui Small, £25), by model and pre­sen­ter Caro­line Flem­ing, is pub­lished on 21 Septem­ber. With Den­mark of­ten cited as one of the hap­pi­est na­tions in

the world, these recipes are sure to

make you smile.

SEE

AF­TER A SELL-OUT RUN at the Almeida, Ink comes to the Duke of York The­atre. Star­ring Ber­tie Carvel (Doc­tor

Foster, Matilda) and Richard Coyle (The As­so­ciate), it tells the story of Ru­pert Mur­doch and The Sun news­pa­per’s in­cep­tion. Un­til 6 Jan­uary 2018.

DRINK

BLUE IS THE NEW GREEN when it comes to su­per­foods, so get your hands on some Blue Spir­ulina Ke­fir

Wa­ter (Purearth, £3.50), a sparkling drink that helps di­ges­tion and immunity. Maybe be­cause it con­tains Magik Spir­ulina, the best-qual­ity spir­ulina

money can buy.

EX­PE­RI­ENCE

HULL IS THIS YEAR’S CITY OF CUL­TURE,

and what bet­ter ex­cuse to visit than the 2017 Turner Prize, which opens on 26 Septem­ber at the city’s Ferens Art Gallery? The art prize

has had its share of con­tro­ver­sies, but this is its first year with no age re­stric­tion, and

two of the four nom­i­nees are over 50.

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