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French Sole is celebrating 25 years with its first non-London store – it’s time to slip in to spring, says Rebecca Gonsalves

Adrian Peterson breaks away to score a touchdown at Wembley

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Sole man: The Prince showcases his footwear in Jamaica

Don’t step on my blue suede shoes... they’re back in fashion

Everyone from Prince Harry to Janice Dickinson is stepping out in Kingly style

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Sveinn has an unusual job: he designs and builds sex dolls.

Flower girls: Christian Dior's ready-to-wear Spring/Summer 2014 collection in Paris

Paris Fashion Week: Raf Simons blossoms in the dark to lead Dior down a gorgeous garden path

Alien vines wrap wrists and shoes sprout roots in Paris Fashion Week’s biggest show thus far

Model 'punches' Femen protesters who storm catwalk during Paris fashion week

A Liverpool model said she "punched" two Femen protesters who broke onto the catwalk at Paris fashion week and grabbed her arm.

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Bouncing checks: Woollen suits and Knits

It’s time to cosy up in woollen suits and knits. Just be sure to take tartan and plaid oversize this season, says Lee Holmes

Raheem Sterling cleared: Liverpool winger found not guilty of assault

Case against footballer dropped after evidence supplied by ex-girlfriend judged to be ‘dissapointing’

Exclusive: M&S runs short of Leading Ladies stock just two weeks after launch

Chief executive Bolland faces embarrassment as critics accuse retailer of overhyping
The new iPhone 5C will come in five different colours

iPhone 5s & 5c review: 'The best smartphones Apple, or anyone, has made'

David Phelan is impressed by Apple's latest smartphones as they continue to live up to the hype

Susanna Reid posted this picture on Twitter to confirm she is appearing on Strictly Come Dancing 2013

Strictly's Susanna Reid to waltz Bill Turnbull around BBC Breakfast studio

Strictly Come Dancing contestant Susanna Reid has revealed that she plans to rehearse for the show with BBC Breakfast co-presenter Bill Turnbull - behind their TV sofa.

HMS Somerset's merlin helicopter putting shots across the bow of the dhow, believed to be the mother ship of the pirate group that failed to take the MV Montecristo, RFA Fort Victoria, in the Indian Ocean

How to keep the seas safe from piracy

Shipping is coming under attack off West Africa and even in the Suez Canal, even as the trouble off Somalia eases

The Erdem show

London Fashion Week: Lessons in English from Christopher Kane, Giles Deacon and Christopher Bailey

The Englishness of English dress is a very interesting concept, especially as manifested during London Fashion Week. Although maybe it’s the London-ness of London dress, given that most of the star designers come from further afield. Nevertheless they are all the product of the British capital’s fashion schools – Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art dominated today, Christopher Kane and Giles Deacon of the former, and Erdem and Burberry’s Christopher Bailey of the latter.

Naomi Campbell said the 'act of not choosing models of colour is racist'

Fashion industry has become more racist, says Naomi Campbell

Supermodel Naomi Campbell has accused fashion designers of snubbing black and Asian models on the catwalk.

Models at Julien Macdonald’s show

London Fashion Week: Strictly glamour on the catwalk

Rebecca Gonsalves reports from London Fashion Week, where Julien Macdonald, the master of glitz, splashed his dresses with sequins and J W Anderson wrapped his models in gauzy chiffon and embossed leather

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