What’s hot and what’s not: from Viktor & Rolf sloganwear to dessert pizza

‘The Other Two’ is funny, but just say no to ostentatious displays of money

Viktor & Rolf show at Paris Fashion Week. Photograph: Thierry Chesnot/Getty Images

Viktor & Rolf show at Paris Fashion Week. Photograph: Thierry Chesnot/Getty Images

 

WHAT’S HOT

Cavanbert
Corleggy Cheese’s pun-tastic product

DIFF
The Dublin International Film Festival kicks off this month

Viktor & Rolf
You just know their wearable memes will influence slogan T-shirts for ages

The Other Two
A new comedy series about a teen pop sensation’s siblings 

Reflective clothing
Make your outfits literally shine

Derry Girls mural
Loving this massive painting celebrating the show’s stars

Drake at the 3Arena
If his last show here is anything to go by, this will be brilliant

WHAT’S NOT

Dessert pizza
A tired gimmick no one asked for

Buzzfeed
Writers being laid off is bad for journalism

Luxury headphones
The trend is already broken thanks to Louis Vuitton’s ridiculous $100 pods

Uber bikes
Dublin City Council says no to the electric Jump bikes

Influencers
Dealt a critical blow by the two Fyre Festival docs

Celtic Tiger redux
Say no to ostentatiousness and acting flash

Dyson
Funded by a Brexiteer yet still moving its headquarters from England

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