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We don’t know how they do it: Business women winning the fight for family friendly terms of employment

Four-day weeks, leaning  in - the working methods of high-powered female execs have never been under more scrutiny. But why is remaking the rules a woman’s job?

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Back in 2010, Janelle Monáe (pictured) went big with the futuristic pop, R&B, funk  and much else of her highly praised album The ArchAndroid. Now the multi-talented performer from Atlanta returns with a single from her upcoming LP, The Electric Lady. The song “Q.U.E.E.N”, featuring a guest vocal Erykah Badu is a sleek and confident mélange of R&B, rap and pop with a lovely gentle bassline floating along near the end. It’s already been released digitally and is streaming  at janellemonae.com.

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If you favour a more boutique shopping experience in real life there’s no reason you have to sacrifice it when you go online, says Stephanie Hirschmiller

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A teenager suffering from a rare genetic condition turning her into a “human mannequin” has refused to be beaten by her disease - and is battling against the odds to pursue her dream career in fashion.

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Design Museum brings shoe-biz legend to heel

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That look is just so last year! There was embarrassment in the world of fashion "glossies" after an almost-identical cover shot of Carey Mulligan graced the front of three magazines.

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Taylor Momsen has quit acting.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley won't crack with fame

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley will never turn to the "dark side".

Romantic Rachel McAdams inspired by parents

Rachel McAdams is inspired by her parents' marriage.

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Isla Fisher was mistaken for her husband's daughter at a party.

Why there may be life inside the diving bell

New research reveals surprising truths about locked-in syndrome, the condition made famous by 'The Diving Bell and the Butterfly'

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The venue: Truc Vert, a small café in Mayfair – because it's very near my office.

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