The future looks bright for John Lewis, thanks to the spring offering from its successful menswear label, says Lee Holmes
Agent Provocateur has teamed up with photographer Miles Aldridge to shoot its latest lingerie collection, writes Rebecca Gonsalves
The uncomfortable truth is that we still find similar attitudes towards rape in the West with disturbing regularity
Spanish stars Penelope and Monica Cruz are behind a beautiful new Agent Provocateur lingerie line, says Rebecca Gonsalves
From foxy florals to sexy sets, Emma Akbareian selects the underwear that's too good to hide
Now designing bedlinen, the saucy knicker house shows gives ten tips to planning your bedroom, by Annie Deakin
Phil Boucher wonders if the greatest trick Lucifer ever pulled was to inspire such dangerous creativity
Xavier Pauchard was born in 1880 in Le Morvan, known as the green heart of France. Unsurprisingly wood was the most important construction material but despite that, he and his father and grandfather before him were zinc roofers.
Claire Rayner, the doyenne of agony aunts whose warmth and wisdom imparted in her trademark gravelly tones made her the nation's favoured mother figure for four decades, has died after a long illness to which her family said she had typically refused to succumb.
Ben Stephenson is shaking things up at the corporation
Peace protesters camped across the road from the House of Commons have been ordered to pack up and be gone by the weekend in a court victory for Boris Johnson.
Wrapped up in a revenge tragedy
'Here she was in heels and a Vivienne Westwood dress, cloth in hand, helping us clean the shop'
Mark Hughes goes undercover with the Metropolitan Police child sex unit
As 1980s pop stars from Britain leap on to the crowded revivalist bandwagon, Ben Walsh wonders what happened to their US cousins
A queue of eager guests snaked around Jay Jopling's White Cube in Mayfair last week for the private view of Tracey Emin's exhibition, Those Who Suffer Love – her first London show in four years.