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Prince George stayed in the warm as the Royal Family attended their traditional Christmas Day church service.

A new book chart's Isabella Blow's fabulous clothings collections through contributions of friends

Fact and fashion blur in portraits of industry’s great and good

As with clothes, there is a fashion tome to suit every taste. Some will become an invaluable, well-thumbed resource for students and fashion fanatics, while others present a moment of fantasy to be displayed with pride on a coffee table already groaning with beautiful books.

5 reasons to watch The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

As The Hunger Games sequel hits cinemas, we take a look at the best bits...

My perfect cousin: Isabella Blow

Hats off to Isabella Blow

On the eve of an exhibition to mark the exuberant personality and career of Isabella Blow, her cousin Simon Blow recounts the extraordinary private life of the woman he knew

City Sloane

The Chelsea set: The Sloane Ranger rides again

Does this season’s mass of bows, pearls and ruffles mean the Chelsea set is back in style? Rebecca Gonsalves reports

David Collins passed away surrounded by family and loved ones

David Collins, the man who put the taste into Britain’s restaurants, dies aged 58

David Collins, the interior designer whose “magic” touch changed the face of Britain’s most iconic restaurants, bars and hotels has died.

Five years ago, Posh Spice (pictured) was taking LA by storm in a sexy bandage dress

Fashion statement: Live-streamed shows, blogs, Posh Spice: a lot has changed in five years

Things change quickly in fashion. Recurring trends come round without warning; they are a way of telling the time. (Like florals for spring: don't forget to look yours out now the sun is shining.) Faddish fixes stage fly-by-night coups – witness this season's neon beanie, which burnt so bright at fashion week it practically set itself on fire.

Romeo Beckham models Burberry, Vivienne Westwood and Burberry designer Christopher Bailey

Let's hear it for the boys, London

A fashion event for men only is long overdue, says Style Editor Harriet Walker

New maroon: faux-fur coat £80, asos.com

Like a fine wine

Add some berry shades to your wardrobe for an intoxicating look, says Naomi Attwood

Sales rises are in the bag for Gucci owner PPR

Delicately woven leather Bottega Veneta bags and finely made Yves Saint Laurent fashions helped their owner prove there is not a luxury goods sales slowdown.

29 April 2011: Rear of the Year

They walk! they talk! they smile a lot! A year in Will&Kate

There were speeches, handshakes, and ever so many parties – but somehow the royal couple have survived a year. Harriet Walker marks the occasion

Handbags and (luxury) gladrags booming at YSL

Yves Saint Laurent handbags and Brioni suits have helped French luxury group PPR post a strong start to 2012 reporting €3.3bn in turnover for the first quarter.

Ready To Wear: The return of a much-loved and thoroughly British name

This evening sees the return of the Alexander McQueen name to the London catwalk after an absence of more than a decade.

Luxury still in vogue as PPR sales rise

Thousand-pound python skin Gucci handbags can be added to the list of things that remain popular despite the economic gloom.

Ready To Wear: It’s refreshing when women, not teenagers, catch our gaze

How inspiring that the two best-dressed women at last week’s British Fashion Awards were fortysomethings. And even better that, they were among the most beautiful – if not the most beautiful – women in the room.

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