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With the dramatic increase in the popularity of fashion exhibitions over the past decade, this groundbreaking book provides a timely look at the evolution of the practice, taking as its anchor the seminal 1971 Victoria and Albert Museum exhibition “Fashion: An Anthology by Cecil Beaton”. The authors’ combined experience of more than 40 years – one in architecture and exhibition design and the other in fashion history and curating – informs this detailed account of the exhibition.

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Style File: Molten metals in the make-up box

Make use of gold, silver and bronze metallic make-up to  ensure you sparkle this party season, writes Holly Swayne

Earning her stripes: Judith Kerr with Alan Yentob in 'Imagine – Hitler, the Tiger and Me'

Imagine – Hitler, the Tiger and Me, BBC1 - TV review: tea-drinking tigers and fleeing the Nazis in a life story that's stranger than fiction

Look up "spry" in the dictionary and you might see a picture of children's author Judith Kerr, who turned 90 this June, but still bounded up the stairs to the her attic study, leaving Imagine host Alan Yentob panting behind her. She also walks around Barnes, in south-west London, for an hour every evening, takes a sip of martini every day at lunch and dismisses the Janet and John learn-to-read series as "boring". My kind of woman.

All that jazz: Gatsby-inspired dresses are a good party look

Style File: All in a flap - Flapper dresses

Stand out from the crowd and channel The Great Gatsby and Downton Abbey for party season with  Miss Selfridge’s new collection of vintage-inspired flapper dresses, says Emma Akbareian

Alexander Fury: Keeping the style in sustainable

Wear, What, Why, When?

How to get the look: Rain boots

Just what I was after for the office do.

Singer Lady Gaga in Versace at last year's Grammy awards

The changing face of Versace: Lady Gaga is face of fashion label for Spring 2014

The fashion giant is going Gaga, Alexander Fury reveals today. So what do these two giant brands see in each other?

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Style File: Utility factor - Industrial Design

Industrial designer Tom Dixon has put the funk into multi-functional with a capsule collection for  Adidas, says Rebecca Gonsalves

I'm a Celebrity 2013: Royal fashion designer David Emanuel

I'm A Celebrity 2013 contestants: David Emanuel

Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?

Alexander Fury: Think twice before you think ink

Wear, What, Why, When?

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Style File: A crafty idea from ASOS

There’s more to ASOS than meets the eye, as proven by its latest Crafted In collection, which takes wardrobe classics back to their roots, says Lee Holmes

Fringe benefits: Mary Quant having her hair cut by Vidal Sassoon in 1964

TV review: Bouffants, Beehives and Bobs: the Hairstyles That Shaped Britain

From Swinging Sixties salons to unisex fashion, this stylish show made the cut

Video: Sao Paolo Fashion Week

Brazil is an expanding country, particularly in terms of fashion. With more than 20 shows over five days, Sao Paulo's fashion week ended yesterday.

Abercrombie & Fitch bags feature fit young models

Abercrombie & Fitch targets plus size customers as sales decline

The preppy American retailer plans to expand its clothing range after ditching "no plus size" policy

Lagerfeld: 'I love what I do. That's the best motivation there is'

Debenhams unveils Size 16 mannequins. But fashion superstars like Karl Lagerfeld keep letting women down

The designer is doing a pretty good job of representing the worst of fashion

Jo Swinson at the Debenhams store in Oxford Street, London, at the launch of their size 16 mannequin range

Body confidence: Debenhams unveils 'average woman' size 16 mannequins

They will appear beside size 10 dummies at flagship store in Oxford Street, London

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