This week in Hit List – rid yourself of that summer grime with the best cleansers on market.

Vuvuvultures frontwoman and Models 1 girl Harmony Boucher gets a rather dramatic haircut in our new fashion film.

And does Kanye go by Kenny in the Kardashian household? These questions and more in Linkbait.

Marques Toliver’s soulful, electro-jungle meets choir beats are back in his second mixtape, Study For My PHD, Volume II.

We chat to the lovely Ben Crank from Select  about his love for California & Blink 182

Fresh from wowing the crowds at Wireless, rising East London songstress Phoenix Martins performs an acoustic version of her new single ‘Heart Strings’.

Ahead of Skins: Pure debuting on E4 tonight, In Profile shot Hannah Murray aka Cassie, teen TV-dom’s most messed-up (and best) take on the manic pixie dream girl.

All the goings-on from COS’ Serpentine party, including a specially-commissioned film that explores the Pavilion.

Dope hip-hop beats and MIA-esque eclecticism from Danish singer-songwriter Mercedes‘ mixtape, created in collaboration with Brad Baloo from Nextmen.

It’s your Friday afternoon Storify of Azealia Banks‘ most recent Twitter fight!

Before reading Kirsten Dunst’s and Lena Dunham’s emails for her newest art project We Think Alone, we sat down with Miranda July to discuss her film The Future, as well as…

This week in Hit List – continuing our trip down rainbow lane, we go wild over the deepest, loudest, and most shocking colour of the season: purple.

Combining sweaters and towel skirts are totally a thing now, thanks to Shaun Samson.

Do not insult Jean Paul Gaultier with your paltry knowledge of fashion history. Also in Linkbait: Suzy Menkes auctions her wardrobe, Anna Wintour and…

Get to know all the designers, places and faces that populate the V&A Club To Catwalk exhibition, opening today.

The lovely Stephanie Hall from Models 1 came round for a cuppa and to chat to us about her L.A dreams.

Another day, another AW13 ad – this time, it’s Cara Delevingne for DKNY’s fall campaign video.

Detroit’s weirdest new band want you to get high on their blend of trap pop.