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Make getting out of the wrong side of bed on cold winter mornings a thing of the past with our selection of night-time covers

The best pom-pom beanies for winter

The bigger the pom-pom, the better. Embrace the cold with this playful chunky-knit, says Linda Sharkey

And relax... nine best onesies for adults

The cold snap is coming. We say stay on the sofa, preferably wearing one of these cosy onesies

Heidi Klum, the most famous Angel, at the annual show

Roy Raymond: The tragic genius at the heart of Victoria's Secret

Roy Raymond had an inspired idea back in 1977. But it wasn't enough to build a $6bn empire. As the fashion giant prepares for its 2013 show, Naomi Barr tells its story

Somerset by Alice Temperley

Alice Temperlay Lingerie - Bedtime stories

Alice Temperley’s debut for John Lewis broke sales records, a year on, will her first lingerie line be another dream come true? By Rebecca Gonsalves

The 10 Best children's coats

From waterproofs to traditional wool, choose from these smart styles to keep your small people warm this winter

Moss Bros is upbeat, but not suited by the weather

Retailer Moss Bros has warned that cash-strapped consumers are delaying hiring suits for weddings, and recent trading had been dampened by the wintry weather.

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<p>Unlike many coats, this is nice and flexible to move around in, with none of that stiff-armed, Michelin-man look and feel.</p>

The 10 Best children's coats

Keep the kids warm as the mercury drops this winter with 10 cosy, cute, and stylish jackets

If you ask me...I'm terribly disappointed that you didn't rescue me from this fleece

I've worn it everywhere since, bar the premiere of Skyfall, but only because I wasn't invited

Why I refuse to wear wool

Little is known about the vulgar treatment of lambs - all just to keep us snug and trendy.

Austria: Medieval bras rewrite history

Four medieval bras have been found among textiles excavated from a castle, confounding conventional wisdom that bras did not exist before the 19th century.

Album: The Cornshed Sisters, Tell Tales (Memphis Industries)

The Cornshed Sisters are a North-east folk-pop quartet who include Marie Nixon (previously of Kenickie), and their debut album, produced by Field Music's Peter Brewis (a Cornshed husband), is filled with beguiling close-harmony tunes which wouldn't feel out of place on the Wicker Man soundtrack, and sound like venerable trad-arrs but are actually originals.

<p>Photographer: <b>Rhys Frampton</b></p>
<p>Stylist: <b>Gemma Hayward</b></p>
<p>Hair: <b>Gow Tanaka</b> using Paul Mitchell</p>
<p>Make-up: <b>Adam de Cruz</b> using Shu Uemura</p>
<p>Stylist's assistant: <b>Emma Akbarelan</b></p>
<p>Photographer;s assistants: <b>Rokas Darulis, Andy Picton</b></p>
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Shot on location at The Surfcomber Hotel, Miami surfcomber.com

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Photographer: Rhys Frampton

Stylist: Gemma Hayward

Hair: Gow Tanaka using Paul Mitchell

Make-up: Adam de Cruz using Shu Uemura

Stylist's assistant: Emma Akbarelan

Photographer;s assistants: Rokas Darulis, Andy Picton

With huge thanks to netflights.com

Shot on location at The Surfcomber Hotel, Miami surfcomber.com

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Junya Watanabe: A delicate subject

He is not the only designer to use lace this spring – but his modern take defies expectations, says Susannah Frankel

Lace top, £1,110, by Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, 5 Portobello Green, London W10, 020-8968 1542; silk skirt, £927, by Rochas, from Joseph, 16 Sloane St, London SW1, 020-7235 1991; earrings (worn throughout), £320, by Prada, 16-18 Old Bond St, London W1, 020-7647 5000
The guidebook: Insight Guides’ Select series has four new editions: Marrakech, Paris, Chicago and Shanghai, all bound in patterned linen. £9.99 each. Go to Insightguides.com

Tips and deals of the week: Insight Guides, Milli Millu and Radisson Edwardian

The Guidebook

Insight Guides' Select series has four new editions: Marrakech, Paris, Chicago and Shanghai, all bound in patterned linen. £9.99 each.

Go to Insightguides.com

Model Bianca Gavrilas wears a a hand-embroidered cape made from the silk of the Golden Orb Spider in the V&A Museum's Medieval and Renaissance Gallery

Cape made of silk extracted from spiders to go on display

A cape created from golden silk spun by more than a million spiders is going on display this week.

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