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Coach shares dived 7 per cent pre-market New York trading after the preppy retailer posted its third consecutive decline in sales in North America.

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Time for a T-bar? This season's shoes

Whether they have chunky heels, spindly stilettos or are sober flats, this season shoes are adorned with straps galore, says Rebecca Gonsalves

Printed matters

Layer as many patterns as possible to make the ultimate statement this season. Here's how to do it on the high street, says Charlotte Owen

Face to watch: Edie Campbell has worked on campaigns for Stella McCartney, Marc Jacobs and Burberry while juggling her modelling career with a degree in Art History at the Courtauld Institute

Agenda: Paule Ka; Edie Campbell; Crossfire Hurricane; The Master and Margarita

Fashion: You have to hand it to 'em

The Bargain Hunter - M&S homeware and clothing sale

Marks & Spencer launched a huge, up-to-half-price sale earlier this week, which discounts selected items both in-store and online. The sale includes free delivery to more than 450 M&S stores in the UK, with many of the best buys available in the men's, women's and children's fashion departments. Outside of clothing there are some good offers on M&S homeware. Pay particular attention to the glassware section, where a floral bubble jug has been reduced from £22.50 to £15, and Marcel Wanders Martini glasses are available for just £5.

Solange Knowle, the younger sister of Beyonce, performing 'Losing You'

Your new favourite song? ‘Losing You’ by Solange

It might require some pretty far out IVF advancements, but Matthew Knowles and Tina Knowles are going to have to produce some more offspring. For the good of humanity. All of the ones they've had so far have turned out marvellously.

The Bargain Hunter - La Redoute offers online fashion deals

The online clothes retailer La Redoute is offering 25 per cent off all full-price items in its Autumn-Winter 2012 and Spring-Summer 2012 collections until Sunday 7 October.

To boldly go... the trends laid bare

Big shapes, bigger baubles and a brave spirit dominate the new season's collections, says Susannah Frankel. Dare to wear these clothes

Freddie Ljungberg

Former Arsenal midfielder and Sweden captain Freddie Ljungberg retires

Former Arsenal player and Sweden captain Freddie Ljungberg has decided to retire from soccer, his press adviser told Swedish television on Friday.

29 held in Olympic Games ticket tout probe

Some 29 suspected ticket touts have been arrested since the start of the Olympic Games, police said today.

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The 10 Best summer nail polishes

Technicolor talons in rainbow hues and pretty pastels will brighten your day even when the sun isn’t shining

On the A-list: Bill Clinton with Streisand, who sang for him

A cool $100,000 to dine chez Barbra Streisand

Singer and actress gives $10m of her own money to research into why heart disease kills more American women than all cancers put together

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The 10 Best coffee table books

Here are 10 captivating new titles to give your guests something to flick through in your front room

1. F&F: £7 tesco.com - A gaudy floral print on swimming shorts is never a good look. Vivid colours may clash with sunburnt skin so opt instead for something more tasteful and restrained.

The Ten Best swimming shorts

Whether you're packing for the beach or heading to the local lido, ditch the trunks and get something more substantial

1. Extract of Limes: £36, Geo F Trumper, trumpers.com - This summery, citrus aftershave is a timeless classic that suits the warm weather. It’s fresh, clean and modern.

The Ten Best men's grooming buys

Stay cool with these summer-time buys that will keep you looking and feeling fresh, regardless of the temperature

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