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Lena Dunham photoshopped: Does feminism preclude women from wanting to look good?

Jezebel £10,000 offer for untouched photos of the New York comic is unsettling

Kate Moss in quotes: ‘Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels’ and other career-defining statements from fashion's silent supermodel

As she celebrates the launch of her new Topshop collection, here are the stories behind five of her most iconic quotes

Kate Barry: Daughter of Jane Birkin and John Barry found dead after fall from Paris apartment

Ms Barry, who was a photographer who had been published in Vogue and the Sunday Times, was reportedly found dead on the pavement beneath her flat

The “Unconditionally” singer revealed that the British comedian put pressure on her to start a family

Katy Perry, on her 'controlling' ex-husband Russell Brand

The “Unconditionally” singer revealed that the British comedian put pressure on her to start a family

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

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Page 3 Profile: Carmen Carrera, model

Hey, good looking.

The Sun rolling off the presses

My female readers persuaded me to keep Page Three topless photos, says Sun editor

David Dinsmore says examined views 'in some depth' by consulting readers in focus groups

The Conversation: Justine Picardie, author and journalist

'A marriage ending feels like a bomb going off'

The 21-year-old American Victoria Secrets model claims she can’t be in catwalk shows because she is too well-known

Karlie Kloss: Just too kolossal for the katwalk

Forget supermodels, Karlie Kloss is in a new, even higher category: models so famous that they don't have to actually model, indeed so famous they can't model.

David Cameron: I will allow my children to have Facebook accounts - but only if I can monitor them

Prime Minister David Cameron has said he will allow his children to have Facebook accounts - but only if he is able to monitor them.

Happier times: Russell Brand and Katy Perry in 2010

Katy Perry claims Russell Brand asked for a divorce via text message

Pop star Katy Perry has revealed that Russell Brand told her he was divorcing her in a text message.

Cara Delevingne’s career suffered an early knockback when she was dubbed a dwarf

Cara Delevingne was a 'dwarf' before she hit the giddy heights

She’s one of the most photographed, talked about and in demand models of the moment, and at 5ft 9in tall, she is well above average height for a UK woman, but Cara Delevingne’s career suffered an early knockback when she was dubbed a dwarf.

Galiano on the catwalk for Dior in 2010

'I didn’t mean it': John Galliano redesigns his reputation two years after intoxicated anti-Semitic rant

Recovering alcoholic gives first interview since racist outburst

Dannii Minogue and Simon Cowell on UK X Factor together

Simon Cowell calls Dannii Minogue on live television for the first time since she left UK X Factor

Dannii Minogue has revealed that she and Simon Cowell have spoken for the first time since she left the UK X Factor.

The Cannes Festival Diary: Sex scenes getting real

Lars Von Trier’s upcoming porno Nymphomania may not have been ready for Cannes, but “real sex” has surfaced in two of the best-received films at the festival.

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Nicolas Cage shines in low-budget drama Joe

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Make your own ice lollies and frozen yoghurt

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