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Retailer has been using Ms O’Shaughnessy in their campaigns since 2011

Red House, 2 Elystan Street, London

The American invasion of London continues. It seems only yesterday that Keith McNally opened a simulacrum of his New York brasserie Balthazar, to reviews that found the food pedestrian. The Shake Shack burger franchise will soon explode upon Covent Garden, along with the Bubba Gump Shrimp Co in the Trocadero, Piccadilly, while the hip New York hotelier André Balazs will open a new joint with a fancy grill in Marylebone. Soon you won't be able to move in London for luxuriantly-priced USDA steaks, seafood platters and ingenious deployments of quinoa.

Once tragically uncool, white shoes are the chic choice this summer

How White Shoes Cleaned Up Their Act

Once tragically uncool, they are the chic choice this summer, says Naomi Attwood

Shulman wants to show the difference between fashion and reality

'Vogue' exposes industry's tricks: The magazine has made a film to reveal fashion's fakery to teenagers

One of the biggest names in the world of fashion is to go into Britain's secondary schools to reveal the trickery behind the glossy images it sells.

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iStyle: Le click, c’est chic

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

Brian McFadden and his wife Vogue who appear in this week's Hello! Magazine.

Westlife star Brian McFadden would give up career to become stay-at-home-dad

Former Westlife star Brian McFadden said he is delighted to be back on stage but would happily give it all up to become a "stay-at-home dad".

Google Doodle honours Sir Norman Parkinson - one of Britain's most celebrated portrait and fashion photographers

Parkinson, who was born on this day in 1913 and died in 1990, is widely credited with revolutionising the world of British fashion photography

Marie-Claire Alain: Prodigious French organist

The French organ virtuoso Marie-Claire Alain was that rare jewel: a teenage musical prodigy who matured into one of the finest and most sought after recitalists and teachers.

Naomi Campbell to front a new model search called The Face

Naomi Campbell to mentor young models on UK television talent search The Face

Supermodel Naomi Campbell has signed up as a mentor for new UK TV talent search, The Face.

A bedroom at Thirty Two

B&B and Beyond: Thirty Two, Cheltenham

This stylish residence is the perfect base for a day at the races or a ramble in the Cotswolds, says James Litston

How We Met: Nicky Haslam & Tony Glenville

'I know the name of every leading lady from the talkies on, which turned into this silly game'

Cara Delevingne is way out in front of the model crowd

All runways lead to Cara Delevingne. But what's so special about the new Kate Moss?

Not since the days of Kate Moss’s dominance has the name of one girl been on the lips of so many people in fashion.

The Bell Jar

'An insult to women everywhere' - Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar gets a 'chick lit' makeover

Publisher Faber is facing a serious backlash from disgruntled readers

IoS book review: The Bell Jar, By Sylvia Plath

Plath's timeless narrative still resonates

Grace Coddington on i-D's cover

Vogue's Princess Grace Coddington

Anecdotes and illustrations fill the creative director of Vogue US’ new memoir

Kate Moss said that Johnny Depp 'took care' of her... for a bit

Relationships: The one that got away (lucky Kate: hers is Johnny Depp)

The One That Got Away is a potent figure in novels, films, love songs – and real life. A quick poll of the Trending desk reveals that men are as likely to have an OTGA as women. It's not necessarily an ex-partner who you have unfinished business with – it can be a crush that never came good or someone you were at college with that you still wonder about.

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