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Clare Maguire, Bush Hall, London

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

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Nails - a real talon contest

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Westwood goes back to her (dyed) roots

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Dior show wows Paris

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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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