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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

The 'death mask' was almost certainly taken by Francis Burton, a British surgeon in attendance at Napoleon's death

Block on rare Napoleon death mask leaving UK

The plaster mask was sold for £175,000 to an overseas buyer earlier this year by a descendant of the brother of its original owner

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Actors wearing specially commissioned Halloween style masks representing the damaging effects caused by smoking, approach members of the public in London, to promote a stop smoking campaign this October by online clinic HealthExpress

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Thirty actors wore specially commissioned Halloween-style masks as part of a stop smoking campaign

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Get that look: Student fancy dress essentials

Fancy dress is an integral part of the student experience. Here's how to do it right

Elton John closing Bestival 2013

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The last big summer festival of the year came to an end at Bestival last night, with ‘Rocket Man’ Sir Elton John bringing festivities to a close.

Rob Auton, the winner of Daveís Funniest Joke of the Fringe award.

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A village fancy dress party has has caused uproar after revellers posed as paedophile BBC star Jimmy Savile and his young victims. Young men from Lauder, Berwickshire, entered a

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Thousands watched the float, which featured a man dressed as serial sex predator Jimmy Savile surrounded by other men dressed as schoolgirls

Why is graduation so expensive?

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A while ago, a non-posh friend asked me why posh people love dressing up so much. Just to be clear, she was asking me this not because I have some Roman numerals after my name, but as a fellow non-posh person.

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England sevens players show their colours to promote 'Safari' fancy dress theme for fans

Rugby players have often been called animals….and now they really look the part.

Defendant in Rachel Manning murder case will not give evidence

A man accused of strangling a teenager to death 12 years ago before disfiguring her corpse with a car steering lock will not give evidence in his own defence, a court heard today.

It’s not only the players like Peter “Snake Bite” Wright who provide the colour at the PDC World Championship

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The World Championship has provided drama on the oche, mayhem – and fancy dress – in the crowd and shown a sport hitting 180, writes Jack Pitt-Brooke

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