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A gadget to suck food out of your stomach, and 5 other lazy weight loss strategies

Wouldn't January be easier if, instead of cutting out unhealthy food and jogging, dieters could employ a gadget to suck away that Christmas fat? Well that's what Dean Kamen is thinking. Mr Kamen, inventor of the Segway, has applied to patent a pump that can suck food and drink straight out of the stomach, allowing users to eat to their heart's content - then drain everything away through a valve surgically installed into their abdominal wall. Innovative or what? Still, if that seems a little OTT (and the tool is designed for the morbidly obese), here are other ways to lose the flab without breaking too much sweat.

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Vogue's Princess Grace Coddington

Anecdotes and illustrations fill the creative director of Vogue US’ new memoir

Kim Kardashian is unlikely to be embraced by the world of high fashion

Fashion: Can Kim Kardashian's klothing konvince?

"Does Kim Kardashian belong on the cover of a fashion magazine?" asks this week's New York magazine, next to a close-up of the perennially pouting reality-television star.

Vogue editor Anna Wintour raised over $500,000 for Barack Obama

The fashion ambassador: is Anna Wintour set to become Barack Obama's woman in London?

Last week: film. This week: fashion. Doubling down on a strategy which incites critics as much as it seems to excite supporters, Barack Obama will devote part of yet another busy week to soliciting endorsements and campaign dollars from Americas A-list.

Lily Collins, Valentino: Skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood and hair as black as ebony… The delicate lace gown lives up to the fairy-tale heroine just as beautifully as the woman who recently played her

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

Caught in the Net: Mercy to Kanye West

Back in the summer of 2010 Kanye West kicked off his G.O.O.D Friday series, dropping a new track free on his website, kanyewest.com, every Friday in the lead up to the release of his glorious album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, later that year (not all the Friday tracks made it to the LP).

H Stern sets up shop in Europe

The upmarket Brazilian jewellery chain H Stern has chosen London's Sloane Street for its first-ever European standalone store.

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Starring: Bill Cunningham, Anna Wintour

A flash of brash in a fitting finale to Fashion Week

Tradition gives way to colour, glitz – and a glam-rock vibe
Mulberry - Autumn/winter 2012: The Brit brand scores an ace front row with (among others) the Downton girls, Michelle Williams, Elizabeth Olsen
and Lana del Rey

Trending: In the hot seat at London Fashion Week

Celebrities dominate the front row, but what's it like for everyone else at Fashion Week? Not as glamorous as it looks, says Harriet Walker

George Lucas and his girlfriend, Mellody Hobson, joined actress Dakota Fanning to watch the Rodarte show

George Lucas and the other unexpected fashion-show fans

New York Fashion Week comes to a close today and, as always, who sits front row at which show has been getting almost as much attention as the clothes themselves.

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Pleased to meet you, hope you guess my name: The Swinging Sixties' great get-togethers

As the BBC recreates the pairing of Bailey and The Shrimp, Mike Higgins recalls meetings that defined the decade

Sarah Sands: Attention to detail is the basis for terror

For masters of the universe, as for tyrants, ridicule is a far worse punishment than hostility. Fred Goodwin has brought down a bank and imperilled his country's economy. But his epitaph will be an email headed: "Rogue biscuits".

Harriet Walker: This is high fashion that appeals to the masses

When I went to the Met in June, the queue snaked through the post-Renaissance portraiture wing and included people of every nationality, age and creed. What Savage Beauty has – and it is something that many other fashion exhibitions do not – was universal appeal.

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