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Running shoes, check. Lycra leggings, check. Snazzy top, check. But have you got an armband to keep your valuables safe and dry?

Axed Apprentice contestant Myles Mordaunt

The Apprentice 2013: Lord Sugar turns his nose up at Myles Mordaunt's 'smell what sells' task

Myles Mordaunt has become the latest Apprentice contestant to be shut down as his high-end homewares shop was put out of business by his rival's bargain fashion store.

The 10 Best camera bags

Whether you’re after a classic case in the style of Lee Miller or something hi-tech, keep your precious kit safe in one of these.

Supplier denies claim that he sold radioactive belts to Asos

The man named by online fashion retailer Asos as the supplier of radioactive belts claims they are not the ones he sent the company but says he has been refused permission to inspect them.

They look radiant: Asos withdraws batch of 'radioactive' leather belts

Online fashion retailer Asos has withdrawn a batch of metal-studded belts from sale after they were found to be radioactive.

Kawaii: Japanese cute

Kawaii: Going crazy for cute the Japanese way

Kawaii, or a love of the adorable, is huge in Japan – and it’s big here too. Bless, says Will Coldwell

Le Tour de France: The Official Treasures

"Minors must provide written authorisation from their parents or guardian in order to take part," reads Article Three of the 1910 Tour regulations; there must have been some tough kids around in those days. This is one of the mass of facsimile printed ephemera included with this deluxe edition by Serge Laget, Luke Edwardes-Evans and Andy McGrath, produced to celebrate this year's 100th race – it was first run in 1902, but two world wars caused some barren years.

Prices start from £10 for temporary tattoos and nail stickers

Spanish exchange

Luxury brand Loewe celebrates the brighter side of life with a new limited-edition collection, says Rebecca Gonsalves

A week with: Skullcandy navigator headphones

Price: £89
Features: Mic3-enabled controls/Rex-40 sound-driver

Paul & Joe spring/summer 13

Animal magic

This season the fashion world is a-buzz with inspiration from birds, bees and creatures altogether more beastly, says Stephanie Hirschmiller

Alexander McQueen spring/summer ’13

iStyle: Animal magnetism

This season the fashion world is abuzz with  inspiration from birds, bees and creatures altogether more beastly, says Stephanie Hirschmiller

Shoes £150; bag £70

Stepping out, Euro-style

We can never have too many shoes and bags – and thanks to a new arrival in Britain, there are great new designs to choose from, says Emma Akbareian

The only way is accessories

Whether you favour colourful print or minimalist white, give your outfit a kiss of life with the hippest new finishing touches from the high street

Being Modern: Novelty hats

In the old world, back when the measure of success had nothing to do with Twitter followers, an advertising slogan caught the public imagination that held, "If you want to get ahead get a hat!" These were the days when a cap, trilby or bowler would symbolise class, when the appropriate headwear could mark you out as a "man of ambition".

Check mate: Some things are best in black and white

(Clockwise from top) Striped tights, £15, emiliocavallini.com

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Paul Scholes column: Gareth Bale would be a perfect fit at Manchester United and could turn them into serious title contenders next season

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Child abuse scandal: Did a botched blackmail attempt by South African intelligence help Cyril Smith escape justice?

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