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Sail away: models on the runway at the Craig Green show in London

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Astrid Andersen’s collection showcased unusual fabrics and colours for men

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Capital gains: Young British fashion designers are attracting international brands to London's menswear showcase

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Alexander Fury: I believe the children are our future

Education, education, education. An entire electoral campaign was built on that premise back in the early Noughties– erroneously, as it turns out.

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Gucci gives itself a makeover after record drop in profits

Italian fashion house Gucci, famous for its leather goods with intertwining G buckles, is branching into cosmetics following disastrous financial results last year.

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