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Model Kelly Brook is to strip on stage after joining the cast of saucy nude revue show Crazy Horse.

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Tributes have been paid to Amy Winehouse by fellow celebrities.

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Clare Maguire, Bush Hall, London

Half-a-million MySpace hits is one modern route to the Cinderella story. It let Birmingham's Clare Maguire sign to a major label at the once unremarkable age of 20. Then she was led through music's corridors of power, drinking with Jay-Z, squired by Rick Rubin to Leonard Cohen's rehearsals, offered a song by an enchanted Jarvis Cocker. Tentatively pushed in 2010, her album (with Ellie Goulding's producer) is finally due next month.

Gaultier can-cans on the catwalk

The flamboyant French designer Jean Paul Gaultier channelled the spirit of the Moulin Rouge at his catwalk show in Paris yesterday.

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From the most controversial films ever to the most scandalous book bannings, your tastes this year have tended heavily towards the contentious and the profane.

Body to body: Dita Von Teese

A display of rare vintage photographs of burlesque star Dita Von Teese will be exhibited at Ordinary Light in London.

New chapter in wall-to-wall style: Unrolling the latest wallpaper trends

Metallic patterns and bold colours are bringing a new wave of home decorators back to an interiors classic

Rhiannon Harries: Not to put too fine a gloss on it

To view the ONS selection of lip gloss as a fashion trend would be wrong

Nails - a real talon contest

Want to know how you can stay at the sharp end of style? The answer is at your fingertips, where street meets chic, says Harriet Walker

Westwood goes back to her (dyed) roots

In a spring/summer season that has seen designers playing to their own strengths – going back to their roots, if you will – Vivienne Westwood did just that at her Gold Label show in Paris yesterday.

Dior show wows Paris

If the A-list contingent was conspicuous by its absence at the spring/summer collections in Milan earlier this week it was out in force today in Paris, the last stop on the international designer fashion circuit and home to probably the most gifted fashion talent in the world.

What lies beneath: Marlies Dekkers' strong, sexy and structural lingerie

The days when shopping for underwear meant an uninspiring choice between sensible not-so-smalls at M&S and racy but cheap Ann Summers fare are thankfully a dim and distant memory for British women. But although the arrival of high-end lingerie label Agent Provocateur 15 years ago brought with it an exciting new feel and aesthetic, and attracted a slew of copycat brands in the process, the sector has remained surprisingly static compared with the changing moods of fashion that influence the rest of a woman's wardrobe.

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