Anna Wintour

I can't see the funny side of Zoolander 2

The sequel to the 2001 comedy satire starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson as simple-minded, aesthetically obsessed male models takes slapstick swipes at the fashion industry

The Met Ball's frock stars

From Rooney Mara's gothic gown to Marc Jacobs' LBD, Susannah Frankel picks the best looks from New York's big night out

The 50 Best womenswear

If you wait till the sun’s out, you’ll miss all the best of the spring/summer clothes. Eliisa Makin chooses the best pieces to buy now, wear later

Rick Owens: The prince of dark design

Rick Owens is face to face with a life-size wax sculpture of himself, staring out of shredded wadding and packed in a wooden crate in a corner of his London store. It's an oddly unnerving sight, as the cult Californian designer is first to admit: brown-eyed and eerily close in appearance to the man himself, the look of it is made no less disturbing by the fact that it is severed from the waist down – it has no legs.

It's so her last season – France's style queen quits

Given the notoriously icy "editrix" of US Vogue Anna Wintour once dismissed Sienna Miller as "toothy", it seems unlikely that she was crying into her designer water yesterday following the news that her fierce rival at French Vogue is to stand down.

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Wintour goes nuclear about restaurant on her doorstep

You don't have to be invited to know that Anna Wintour's Manhattan townhouse, which backs on to an exclusive garden oasis in the heart of Greenwich Village, must be swish. Try to drop by next Wednesday and you will find Barack Obama among her guests at a $30,000-a-plate fundraising reception.

On the agenda: A Positive View charity photo exhibition; Pizza East;

It has been 10 years since A Positive View ran its last charity photo exhibition, but it's been worth the wait: 130 signed works are set to go on show at London's Somerset House, with vintage photography from the likes of Magnum's Elliot Erwitt sitting alongside contemporary works by artists such as film-maker Wim Wenders and a suite of pieces by photographers from South-east Asia and West Africa – all juxtaposed against a series of images by homeless photographers taking part in Crisis's Skylight education project. All profits from a subsequent Christie's auction of many of the works will go to the homeless charity. Wednesday to 6 April,