This week in Hit List — from perfume to lipstick, we go all the way with one of this season’s brightest, juiciest colours. So take a look, grab…

Tormented rockers on Super 8 film: The Veils perform their new record for Wonderland.

Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth’s unique take on post-retirement fairy tale figures.

And also, do you want to eat a pizza with Tom Ford‘s face on it? Those questions (and more) answered in this week’s Linkbait.

Lie back and sink into the langurous, hazy post-club comedown tracks from the much-hyped Brighton pair.

This week in Brand Buzz — Carrera celebrated its racing past with four new collections and a star-studded bash.

The South London producer and vocalist pumps out a juicy, sunshine-filled mix featuring Mykki Blanco, Cashmere Cat, MØ and many more.

Put away your mobile phones, it’s time to pay tribute to the icon who opened Versace couture.

Not everybody gets to celebrate their birthday at Battersea Power Station, but it’s a different story when you’re Superdry.

From the Wonderland archive: we spoke to the all-conquering Pink Lady as she released her second album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.

The Stockholm producer drops a stirring video to accompany his celebrated, super-emosh debut single.

Circus freaks and woozy, post-dubstep synth as espoused by Israel’s finest seapunk-inspired producer.

This week in Hit List – with Glasto starting today, we’re gathering our best beads, feathers and attitude for a festival special.

There’s a lot to compare between wild child Brit babes Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne. In addition to height, tattoos and suspicious…

“That shit ain’t journalism!” Also in Linkbait: James Franco lands Gucci, Cara Delevigne turns drummer and other industry news.

Elite golden boy Freddie Stoker popped for a chat and tells us about the time he met Samuel L. Jackson at the Hackett show.

Jenny Maxwell and her band of vagabonds lead us into a very strange dinner party in their music video.

The Dsquared2 SS14 Men’s show imagines James Dean stranded on a tropical island – in tiny pants.

Emporio Armani brings Miami Vice to the Matrix with its Milan Fashion Week SS14 collection.

This week in Brand Buzz, we continue to celebrate SS14 menswear with yacht-chic loafers and tote.

Coordinate your vacation wardrobe with the spring/summer menswear shows in Milan. Because you can.

Wander through a post-apocalyptic world in Tom Lipop’s film for River Island.

Noel Gallagher loves them, but don’t let that put you off these neo-psych superstars in the making. Turn on, tune in, trip out.

Fudge Creative Director John Vial shows us how to perfect the acid rave moptop, as seen at Christopher Shannon.

It’s less than a week till festival season (read: Glasto) kicks off, so Rinse FM upstart Monki put together a slammin’ mix of garage, hip-hop, jungle and house.

Meet the new house producer on the block, Dismantle – a man who knows how to raise a twerk or two.

This week in Hit List, we pump up the volume with the most luxurious, innovative mascaras for SS13. So take a look, grab your bag, and bat them lashes.

Bucket hats and boys in backpacks. What’s not to love about Nasir Mazhar?

Global traveller met Edwardian schoolboy in time for E. Tautz’s gently subversive SS14 catwalk show.

Go to the beach (each), because for SS14 Shaun Samson is pure iridescent brilliance.

Bristol cranks out another life-giving musical act in the form of AZ&TOR’s stylish, soulful house and their new video Sit Back.

Champagne meets British jewellery royalty – how’s that for luxury?

Handpicked by the xx as tour buddies and hailed for their baggy, Madchester sound, Jagwar Ma are riding a fierce wave of critical buzz.

Burberry makes its London comeback with Christopher Bailey’s new, relaxed take on English style.

Christopher Shannon explores his teenage clubbing memories of Liverpool, with surprising – and surprisingly pleasing – results.

We gawp at the Fashion East talent assembled for spring/summer 2014, including Kit Neale, Joseph Turvey, Liam Hodges, Marques’ Almeida and Tom Ryling.

The models were all smiles at yesterday’s Sibling spring/summer show – and they had good reason to be, too.

Katie Eary’s ‘flamingo massacre’ collection was a highlight of the Monday LC:M shows. And we want a leopard print skateboard.

This week in Brand Buzz, Warehouse calls on all aspiring stylists with this new, interactive AW13 campaign competition.