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Make use of gold, silver and bronze metallic make-up to  ensure you sparkle this party season, writes Holly Swayne

Italian designer Donatella Versace poses with British designer Christopher Kane, winner of the Womenswear Designer of the Year Award, at the British Fashion Awards in London yesterday

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The former model was voted out by the public on Sunday night

Terry and Tricia Jones: The couple who put punk into print by creating i-D magazine

2013’s British Fashion Awards  take place on Monday – and one of  the most coveted and significant gongs of the evening is the Outstanding Achievement Award. This year, the honour is actually being bestowed on Terry and Tricia Jones, who founded i-D magazine. Former i-D editor Dylan Jones salutes their many achievements

David and Victoria Beckham buy west London home for £40m

The former footballer and Spice Girl are expected to invest £5m on doing the house up to their own specifications

All that jazz: Gatsby-inspired dresses are a good party look

Style File: All in a flap - Flapper dresses

Stand out from the crowd and channel The Great Gatsby and Downton Abbey for party season with  Miss Selfridge’s new collection of vintage-inspired flapper dresses, says Emma Akbareian

Style File: Haute on the half-pipe

The love affair of luxury labels with the Nineties skate scene shows no signs of abating,  as sneakers, sliders and sweatshirts are given an  über-luxe twist, says Rebecca Gonsalves

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The changing face of Versace: Lady Gaga is face of fashion label for Spring 2014

The fashion giant is going Gaga, Alexander Fury reveals today. So what do these two giant brands see in each other?

Tracking it: 5 best fitness monitors

If you're serious about fitness, you need to keep tabs on your progress. These bands and watches all do the job admirably. Ready. Set.

Greenpeace Arctic 30: Two more Brits granted bail in Russia

Seven more Greenpeace activists arrested by the Russian authorities in a protest against drilling in the Arctic have been granted bail, including two Britons - Frank Hewetson from London and Iain Rogers from Exeter.

The 10 Best statement necklaces

Bold is best when it comes to neckwear this year. Here's our pick of the stand-out pieces on the high street and online

The exhibition

In pictures: Design Museum launches the exhibition "Hello, My Name is Paul Smith"

British fashion designer Paul Smith started his career more than 40 years ago in a tiny shop in Nottingham, over the years he built a global fashion empire worth millions.

Westlife's Kian Egan has emerged as an early rival for Joey Essex in the battle for the I'm A Celebrity crown

I'm A Celebrity 2013: Kian Egan tipped to rival Joey Essex for crown

Bookmakers have picked the Westlife singer as the most likely challenger

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I'm A Celebrity 2013 contestants: David Emanuel

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