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Books: The tour guide's defence

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Eat, drink and be merry

Hester Lacey is sick of being told how bad for her wine, good food, sunshine and anything else that's any fun is (it'll be sex next). So say yes to life and no to the joyless neo-puritans

People in fashion: A walk on the mild side

The glorious muddle that is Shelly's is finally cleaning up its act. Annalisa Barbieri talks to the low-key figure behind Britain's funkiest shoe shops

Arts: Birmingham's first lady of art

Liz Ann Macgregor is bringing fine art to the people at the new Ikon Gallery in Birmingham. David Lister was charmed

The Intelligent Consumer: The fashion month

Something was stirring at last week's London Fashion Week. Always hip, perky and headline-inspiring, there were signs this time of a new pragmatism, that the British fashion industry has learned to combine its cutting-edge creativity with sound business sense. Meanwhile, Naomi Campbell gave the proceedings a miss - she was too busy hob-nobbing with Fidel Castro. She may be a pro on the runway, but she's starting to look mighty comfortable on those podiums...
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