Iranians have used social media to mock Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, over comments he made suggesting they were not allowed to wear jeans.
This year – like every year – Versace is about boldness, brashness, and even crassness
Director Joe Hill-Gibbins can’t seem to decide quite what he wants his production (part of the Travelex season) of Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II to be - or indeed when.
Five people under arrest after week-long disappearance of chid
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Golf needs to yank its head out of the 1950s and get with the programme
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Unfairly maligned as 'mum jeans', the boot cut is fighting back. But, asks Rebecca Gonsalves, did the figure-flattering style ever really go away?
I am a phone loser. I have said it loud and not-so-proud on these pages before. Seven handsets have slipped through my fingers – I swear they're like eels – this past two years alone. Lost, smashed, stolen, left unattended on an bus... the list goes on.
Dancing to a South Korean pop song while pretending to be a horse was one of the more unusual, or rather, inexplicable hits of the past 12 months. Matthew Bell looks back over the year's crazes – from Gangnam Style to onesies, meggings, and filthy shades of grey...
What do you think is the most unattractive fashion trend of 2012?
Ever since the US elected its first mixed race president, there have been many conspiracy theories surrounding the identity of Barack Obama. The Tea Party say he's a socialist, Donald Trump reckons he wasn't born in the USA and now comedian Chris Rock has a new one to try out on the electorate: Is Barack Obama white?
A 15-year-old Ethiopian boy who came to Britain to run with the Olympic torch as part of an international charity programme has gone missing in Nottingham.
Styling: Lee Holmes
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